The Giant’s Causeway, a UNESCO World Heritage site, is a dramatic landscape of about 40,000 basalt columns emerging from the sea off the North Coast of Ireland. The columns formed millions of years ago after a volcanic eruption. The area is so impressive that it inspired the legend of giant Fionn Mac Cumhaill who built the stepping stones to reach Scotland. The area is a must-see on any visit to Ireland – whether you’re interested in the mythology and folklore, or simply want to take in the beauty of the rugged North.
Our Giants Causeway, Belfast City & Carrick A Rede Rope Bridge Day Tour from Dublin is the ideal way to explore this fantastic region! Take advantage of your time in Belfast and opt to take either a Black Taxi Tour to learn about the political conflict in the North, or join the Titanic Visitor Experience to witness interactive displays and reconstructions of the fateful ship. Of course, a trip to the North is incomplete without a visit to the gem in the crown – the Giant’s Causeway. Here you can walk along the basalt columns which disappear under the sea and take in stunning views of the wild ocean. If you’d like to craft your own Irish adventure, please get in touch with Wild Rover today for more information about our private tours. Our driver/guides can take you to any location in Ireland, for any duration! Just take a look at our private tour option, choose your locations, and we’ll take care of the rest!