Half Day Causeway Coast Iconic Site Tour
Showing off the amazing iconic locations of the area. View the incredible, breathtaking scenery of the world famous Causeway Coastal Route that is studded with sandy beaches and clifftop paths.
Walk and climb on the dramatic 60 million year old volcanic rocks at the Giant’s Causeway and see the cliffs and beaches of the North Atlantic coastline.
Bring Your Camera
Absorbing this epic landscape from the height of the van looking over the hedgerows. We balance driving with many stops for photo opportunities and discovery.
Sights and Sounds
A guided walking tour is provided at the Giant’s Causeway and the Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge. The sounds of the crashing waves, the salty taste from the sea on your lips, the wind whistling past your ears, combined with the birds soaring above and the possible sighting of dolphins and seals – are all part of this legendary land’s beauty.
Flip, your local-guide and driver, from an Environmental Science background, will chat about the natural history, wildlife and industrial heritage that is on show throughout the tour. He explains the landscape’s incredible formation at the Giant’s Causeway and other sites along with stories that bring the place to life.
(THIS TOUR IS INDEPENDENTLY OPERATED BY GIANT TOURS IRELAND. IT IS NOT SPONSORED, ENDORSED, OR AFFILIATED WITH ANY LARGE TRACT LAND OWNING ORGANISATIONS WITH CHARITY STATUS)
|DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATION||The Diamond, Ballycastle (or pick-up & drop-off at your Hotel or B&B if nearby by special arrangement)|
|DEPARTURE TIME||Please arrive by 9:00 AM for a prompt departure at 9:15 AM.|
|RETURN TIME||Approximately 1:00 – 1:30 PM.|
|WEAR||Comfortable layered clothing, hiking boots/strong shoes, hat, waterproof jacket & trousers & (fingers crossed) sunscreen.|
9:00 AM Meeting Time, departing promptly at 9:15 AM
View the stunning sights of the Causeway Coast –
The Rope Bridge at Carrick-a-Rede
Ballintoy Harbour & The Hidden Beach
The Giant's Causeway, UNESCO World Heritage Site
Be amazed by the incredible hexagonal volcanic; rock columns & hear the formation story of the site, and wider area, over millennia. Appreciate why the locals invented the myth of a giant stonemason; how else could ‘the stones’ have been created?