Dublin: Giants Causeway, Dunluce castle,Dark Hedges, Belfast
Cleaning and safety practices
- Visit the Giant's Causeway and admire its formation
- Photo stop at Dunluce Castle
- Travel down the romantic avenue of beech trees at Dark Hedge
- Spend time in Belfast, the friendliest city in the world
- Learn stories of folklore and history with a few myths
What's included, what's not
Know before you book
- Not recommended to those with walking disabilities (a fair amount of walking involved)
- Not recommended for participants with back problems, with heart complaints, pregnant women or other serious medical conditions
- Group of 12 people or more will not be accepted, even if the group make separate bookings; Up to 60 people on board
- Not recommend for small children. If you child/baby is very used to long day tours and walking, please book 1 seat per child/baby and bring 1 child/baby seat per child/baby. Sitting on parent's lap is not allowed
What you can expect
To break up the drive on the way to Belfast, we will stop at a service station so you can get some coffee or breakfast and a packed lunch if you did not bring one. Occasionally we will pick up a few more passengers from Belfast on the way as well.
Dunluce Castle A photo stop at the most beautiful medieval castle ruin in all of Ireland
You will get to experience the beautiful location of Giant's Causeway for around 2 to 2.5 hours. This must-see World Heritage Site is Northern Ireland's most popular visitor attraction, and for good reason. Magnificent seascape and of course the awe-inspiring hexagonal/polygonal stone columns that form the legendary Causeway itself, some of which reach 40 feet (12 metres) into the air. The Giant's Causeway was declared a World Heritage Site in 1986.
You then get on the coastal route and go through beautiful coastal towns, where you will enjoy fantastic view of islands just off the coast like Sheep Island, Rathlin Island or maybe even a glimpse of Scotland.
The Dark Hedges, will be a 25 minute stop. The Dark Hedges were planted 270 years ago by the Stuart family as a driveway to their mansion Gracehill Manor. It is now the most photographed natural phenomenon in Northern Ireland.
Last stop of the day is Belfast. You will spend approximately 2 hours here. Belfast has a very compact city centre as a legacy of the Troubles, also known internationally as the Northern Ireland conflict. Visit the Crown bar, Big Fish, Albert's Clock and many more attractions in the city centre while you do some shopping or buy snacks for your way back to Dublin.
You will return to Dublin at approximately 7:30pm
*Please note that all times are approximate. The locations might be visited in a different order, depends on traffic and weather
Cleaning and safety practices
Enhanced cleanliness measures
- High-touch surfaces cleaned and disinfected
- Vehicles and venues cleaned with disinfectants
- Vehicles and venues kept vacant between travellers
- Contactless ticket redemption
- Social distancing measures in place
- Personal protective equipment worn by staff
- Temperature checks given to staff
- Masks required
- Hand sanitiser provided