Full Day Tour
Join Wild Rover on a Giant’s Causeway tour from Belfast to explore the incredible natural wonders of Northern Ireland. Explore beautiful locations such as the Giant’s Causeway, Dunluce castle, the best preserved medieval structure in Ireland – Carrickfergus Castle, Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge, and of course the picturesque views over the north Atlantic.
Why Choose this Tour
Climb the ancient volcanic rocks at the Giant’s Causeway and listen to the mythology surrounding the area
Stop off at Bushmills Whiskey Distillery to witness how this family business produces the finest whiskey
Visit the best preserved medieval structure in Ireland - Carrickfergus Castle!
Enjoy a photo opportunity at Dunluce Castle and admire the stunning views over the ocean
Travel in luxury in a comfortable and modern coach
Drive through Cushendall, Glenariff and Cushendun villages for a real sense of local life!
Adult £35.00 GBP
Student/Senior £31.00 GBP
Child Under 12 £25.50 GBP
Includes: Ticket to cross the rope bridge, entrance to the visitor’s centre and an audio guide for the causeway walk
Every day, all year round
Check in at Irish Tour Tickets, 10 Great Victoria Street, Belfast at 9:00am
Belfast City Centre at approx 6:30pm
Things to Bring:
There is a lot of walking on what are sometimes uneven surfaces during this tour. Please come dressed in warm clothing and comfortable shoes, for not only the season but also for the activity.
Qualified and entertaining tour guide
Carrick-A-Rede Rope Bridge crossing (premium customers only)
Entrance to Giant’s Causeway Visitor’s Centre
Please note that this tour is operated by a trusted third party provider.
Carrick-A-Rede Rope Bridge crossing (non-premium customers)
Bushmills distillery tour
For cancellation up to 72 hours prior to departure date: 10% administration fee will be imposed
For cancellation less than 72 hours prior to departure date or ‘no-show’: 100% of the total amount will be charged
Climb the Ancient Rocks
Discover Local Folklore
Our first stop is the Giant’s Causeway, commonly called “the 8th wonder of the world”, the Giant’s Causeway is the only world heritage site in Ireland. During our stop here you can spend time climbing over the ancient stones, snapping photos and reflecting on the myths and legends of this very unique area.
Bushmills Whiskey Distillery Visitor Centre & Dunluce Castle
Visit Visitor's Centre & Gift Shop
Photo Stop at Dunluce Castle
Our next stop of the day is at Bushmills Whiskey Distillery visitors centre and gift shop. Bushmills Whiskey Distillery has been creating beautiful ‘water of life’ since 1608, making this the oldest working distillery in Ireland! Visit this place where family and friends have worked together for generations with the philosophy that handcrafting small batches is the way to create beautifully smooth whiskey. Take the opportunity to purchase some of this famed triple distilled whiskey in the gift shop and wander around the visitor’s centre for an insight into this fascinating distillery.
We then make our way to Dunluce Castle for a photo opportunity. This now ruined medieval castle sits perched on the edge of a basalt cliff and is one of the most picturesque castles anywhere in Ireland.
Carrick a Rede Rope Bridge
Cross the Bridge if You Dare!
After lunch, we visit the amazing Carrick a Rede rope bridge which spans a chasm over 99ft in height. The lovely coastal path provides a spectacular walk with stunning sea views. Premium ticket holders can cross the bridge and take a look over the edge if they dare! You can opt to buy a bridge ticket on the day, or wander the area, taking in the fresh sea breeze and some of the best cliff-top views in Europe!
Antrim Coast Road & Carnlough Village
Visit a Local Village
Picturesque Cliff Drive
The Antrim Coast Road is widely agreed to be one of the finest stretches of road anywhere in the world. The road hugs the coastline giving incredible seaside views, passing unspoilt beaches and sheltering under rugged cliffs. You may even see Scotland on a good day!
Our second to last stop of the day takes us into the picturesque fishing village of Carnlough for a quick comfort break. The village stop is a fitting end to your trip as you take in the quaint harbour used by pleasure boats and small fishing vessels in an area rich for both sea and freshwater angling.
Ireland´s Best Preserved Medieval Structure
antastic Photo Opportunity
Our last stop is at Carrickfergus Castle, situated on the northern shore of Belfast Lough. This Norman Castle, which dates back to 1177, was besieged in turn by the Scots, Irish, English and French for centuries. It remains one of the best preserved medieval structures in Ireland and presents a great opportunity for photographs.
All that then remains to be done is to sit back and relax on the comfortable journey back to Belfast in one of our luxury coaches. This really is a must take tour, and with the combination of our luxury coaches, experienced, friendly tour guides, and wonderful attractions, you would be mad to miss it!