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The Giant's Causeway is truly one of Ireland’s best natural wonders. There was extensive volcanic activity over 50 million years ago, the hot lava cooled resulting in the formation of over 40,000 interlocking basalt columns. There are a few examples of this phenomenon around the world but none as impressive as the Giant’s Causeway. Spend two hours exploring this fantastic attraction with its many notable features such as the Giants Boot, the chimney stacks, the Giant's Gate, and the honeycomb.
On our wonderful day trip, you also get to cross the Carrick-A-Rede rope bridge. From this viewpoint you are afforded spectacular coastal and ocean views. Also, on a clear day you can see Scotland and have cliffs views that rival the cliffs of Moher for its beauty. You have 75 minutes to explore Belfast or your driver can arrange for a political taxi tour (£15pp not included).
Throughout the day you will enjoy the unique humour, wisdom, and unbeatable knowledge of our guides. Furthermore, we will drive along some of the most breath-taking coastline in Northern Ireland. In conclusion our Giant’s Causeway tour is an incredible trip with memories to last a lifetime.

Price: 70€ Student/OAP or 75€ Adult (all tickets included).
Departure: 6.30am near Trinity College.
Arrival: 20.00pm near Trinity College.

ITINERARY
6:30 AM: DEPART DUBLIN Meet your guide and fellow travellers for the day tour at the Molly Malone Statue on Suffolk Street. Board our comfortable bus and head North out of the City. Enjoy the drive to Northern Ireland with your guide providing entertainment and knowledge in equal measure. Please arrive 10 minutes before departure time.
COASTAL DRIVE
The Causeway coast is world renowned for its beauty and is one of the most spectacular drives on the island of Ireland. Sit back relax and enjoy the wonderful views from the luxury of your coach.
10.45 AM: CARRICK-A-REDE ROPE BRIDGE The Carrick-A-Rede rope bridge was originally erected by salmon fishermen and has been in use for 350 years. It is now a tourist attraction operated by the National Trust. Take a 20 minute scenic walk before crossing the bridge suspended 30 meters above a ravine. Enjoy spectacular views from Carrick-A-Rede Island before crossing the bridge and continuing to the Giant's Causeway.
12:15 PM: GIANT’S CAUSEWAY On the journey there are spectacular views over Whiteparks Bay and Portbradden. We will have lunch (not included) before tackling the legendary Causeway. Stroll up to the very peak of the cliffs so that you get a panoramic view of the causeway, then descend down to the point referred to as the “Organ”. Alternatively, a mobility bus operates which can take you directly to the causeway for a small fee. This extraordinary natural attraction never fails to impress. Explore this fantastic natural attraction formed 50 million years ago.
4:00 PM: BELFAST CITY On to the capital of Northern Ireland, Belfast, with its many fantastic landmarks, You can take free time to explore the city centre including city hall, the opera house and the Crown pub, or take the opportunity to do a political taxi tour of West Belfast where you will visit the peace wall and many of the hot spots associated with the troubles in Northern Ireland. This taxi tour is highly recommended; the price is £15pp (Pounds Sterling).
8:00 PM: ARRIVE BACK IN DUBLIN We will arrive back in Dublin filled with stories, memorable experiences and stunning photos to share.

Giants Causeway Tour

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 (75€ per ticket)
 (70€ per ticket)




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