We are definitely glad we did this long drive up north to see the Giant's Causeway. The time goes by quickly as you learn Irish history along the way. The tour guide will go on every hour or so and narrate a relevant chapter of...More
Board your Wi-Fi-enabled bus in central Dublin. Then soak up the scenery as you cross the border into Northern Ireland and head north along Antrim’s stark and rugged coastline.
You’ll have around two hours of free time to explore the UNESCO-listed Giant’s Causeway, a spectacular natural wonder composed of many thousands of six-sided basalt columns. Don’t forget to ask your guide how the Causeway got its name.
Next, see the Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge, which swings perilously high above the Atlantic Ocean, connecting the coastal cliffs to a tiny offshore island—upgrade to cross the bridge when weather permits.
Finally, enjoy photo stops at two key Game of Thrones filming locations: the Dark Hedges, which did duty as the Kingsroad when Arya Stark escaped King’s Landing, and the ruins of Dunluce Castle, aka the House of Greyjoy.
Your bus will drop you back in central Dublin at the end of the tour.
Walk in the footsteps of giants and cover many of Northern Ireland’s most famous attractions, including Giant’s Causeway, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, in just one day—all from the comfort of a Wi-Fi-enabled bus, complete with a local guide. See the Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge, the Dark Hedges, Dunluce Castle, and the Antrim Coast Road.