Set out from the heart from Belfast and enjoy a full day coach trip to one of Ireland's most astounding visitor attractions.

• Explore Giant's Causeway with a professional guide.

• Cross the Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge.

• Savour a whiskey tasting stop at Bushmills Distillery.

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About The Giant's Causeway Day Tour:

Visit one of the world's most striking natural wonders on a luxury coach day trip from central Belfast. The 'Giants Causeway & Antrim Coast Tour' is a popular excursion that departs at 09:15 each day before returning at 18:30.

Prepare to be blown away not just by the iconic basalt columns, but by the lush, wind-swept vistas of Antrim's eastern coast. At various points throughout the journey there'll be stops at famous attractions such as Carrickfergus Castle, Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge, Bushmills Whiskey Distillery and Dunluce Castle. You'll also take a short break in the picturesque village of Carnlough.

Note: A detailed itinerary for both the summer and winter seasons is available below.


today Season:

  • All Year Round, Daily | Except December 24-26.

headset Commentary:

  • Live English-speaking guide.

schedule Departure Time:

  • Depart: 09:15 (check-in at 09:00).
  • Return: Approximately 18:30.

place Departure Point:

  • No Pick-Up: Irish Tour Tickets Office (10 Great Victoria Street).
  • Pick-Up: City centre hotels (see exceptions below). Hotel pick-ups must be arranged at least 24 hours in advance.

hourglass_empty Duration:

  • Approx. 9 Hours.

cancel Exclusions:

  • Lunch at Bushmills.

home Hotel Pick-Up:

  • As well as making your own way to the departure point, hotel pickups can be organised providing you book at least 24 hours in advance of your desired date. Please email info@cityxplora.com to arrange a pickup.
  • Note that this service is not available from the following hotels: Fitzwilliam Hotel, Jurys Hotel, Travelodge Hotel, Ibis City Centre, Holiday Inn Hope Sreet and Ten Square.

Summer Itinerary (March-October):

  • 1) Hotel pickups (if requested) - 08:15.
  • 2) Check-in at the Ticket Office (10 Great Victoria Street) - 09:00.
  • 3) Depart Belfast from Irish Tour Tickets - 09:15.
  • 4) Giant's Causeway (stay approx. 1.5 hours, Visitor Centre entry included).
  • 5) Dunluce Castle (photo stop).
  • 6) Bushmills Whiskey Distillery (no guided tour).
  • 7) Carrick-A-Rede Rope Bridge.
  • 8) Antrim coastal drive Cushendall, Glenariff and Cushendun villages.
  • 9) Carnlough Village.
  • 10) Carrickfergus Castle.
  • 11) Arrive back in Belfast (Ticket Office) - Approx. 18:30.

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Winter Itinerary (November-February):

  • 1) Hotel pickups (if requested) - 08:15.
  • 2) Check-in at the Ticket Office (10 Great Victoria Street) - 09:00.
  • 3) Depart Belfast from Irish Tour Tickets - 09:15.
  • 4) Carrickfergus Castle.
  • 5) Carnlough Village.
  • 6) Antrim coastal drive Cushendall, Glenariff and Cushendun villages.
  • 7) Dunluce Castle (photo stop).
  • 8) Giant's Causeway (stay approx. 1.5 hours, Visitor Centre entry included).
  • 9) Carrick-A-Rede Rope Bridge.
  • 10) Bushmills Whiskey Distillery (no guided tour).
  • 11) Arrive back in Belfast (Ticket Office) - Approx. 18:00.

Example Itinerary:

Departing Belfast city centre by luxury coach, embark on a journey featuring medieval castles and beautiful, unspoiled wilderness. Accompanied by a professional guide, you'll chart a scenic route through County Antrim towards Giant's Causeway.

The stay here lasts approximately 1 hour 45 minutes, during which time you'll be free to explore on-foot and even access the Causeway Visitor Centre. The entry fee for this attraction is included in the tour price.

Continuing on you'll make a brief photo stop at Dunluce Castle before arriving the tour's second major location - Bushmills Whiskey Distillery. Here there will be a break for lunch, souvenir shopping, and most importantly, Irish whiskey tasting. Food is not included in the tour price, but you are welcome to bring your own lunch or buy from the on-site restaurant.

Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge is the next stop on this 9-hour adventure. If you're not afraid of heights why not make the famous crossing (small fee payable on site), which spans a 20m-wide, 23m-deep chasm!

On the final leg of the tour there'll be a 15 minute stop-off at Carnlough Village, as well as another photo stop, this time at Carrickfergus Castle. After a few snaps in front of this medieval fortress you'll arrive back in Belfast at around 18:00.

Bookings for this product temporarilly unavailable

Unfortunately, due to the current World COVID-19 pandemic, ALL bookings have been suspended until further notice. We apologies for any inconvenience this may cause.

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