Giants Causeway and Belfast Day Trip from Dublin plus Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge Instant Confirmation
Visit one of Ireland's most impressive places, the Giants Causeway. This tour take you to the curiously shaped stones, as well as the Carrick a Rede Rope bridge, Belfast and the Dunluce Castle.
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Giants Causeway and Belfast Day Trip from Dublin plus Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge
Join us on our uniquely structured tour to one of Ireland’s 7 wonders which is also one of the most northern points in all of Ireland. From the moment you step foot onto the tour bus, you will have the ideal opportunity of gaining valuable knowledge in regards to Ireland’s enchanting history all the while driving along some of the most impressive coastline in Ireland, all within a days’ time.
Ireland's Giants Causeway Day Trip from Dublin will take you along the famous Antrim coastline. You’ll cross the famous Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge and visit the causeway before checking out Dunluce Castle and Belfast City.
- Duration: 14 hour(s)
- Available: Daily
- Pick-up: Not available
- Inclusion: Admission / English-speaking guide
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06:30 Depart DublinYou depart from the Old Stone Church on Suffolk Street. You will be taking the M1 motorway through counties Meath and Louth before hitting the border into what is called the "six counties" i.e. part of Ireland that is administered by the United Kingdom.
09:00 Coffee StopYour first stop will be a coffee stop in the border town of Newry, before you are back on the M1 again and in no time at all you will arrive in Belfast city to drop the Belfast tour off as you continue on our adventure up the North.
Stop at the Dark Hedges on the way to the Giants Causeway.
12:30 The Giants CausewayAnd now for the highlight of the day and possibly your trip to Ireland; The Giants Causeway. You will be visiting the causeway for one and half hours also which will give you lots of time to explore this anomaly in geological terms. 40,000 hexagonal shaped rocks spread out like a road to the sea.
14:00 Carrick-a-Rede Rope BridgeSpend an hour and a half at this man made wonder over to a little rock out-drop. The rope bridge was originally used by salmon fishermen who would cast their nets under the rope bridge to trap the tasty creatures.
Lunch in Ballintoy & Dunluce CastleYou will be stopping in the small village of Ballintoy for lunch. This village is one of the prettiest in Ireland and has a fantastic view over the ocean. Dunluce Castle is built on a cliff it is known as the most romantic castle in Ireland.
17:00 BelfastEnjoy an hour taking in the main city sights of Belfast. Including the City Hall, the Titanic Quarter and Donegal Square. From here you then make your way back to Dublin.
20:00 Arrive back in Dublin and check out
- Please wear comfortable shoes.
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- Any cancellations made between 18:00 local time, 14 business days to 18:00 local time, 7 business days prior to the activity will be subject to a charge of 50% of the total amount.
- Any cancellations made after 18:00 local time, 7 business days prior to the activity will be subject to a charge of 100% of the total amount.
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