North Coast Tour

The Giant's Causeway

Northern Ireland’s iconic World Heritage Site and Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty is home to a wealth of local history and legend. Marvel at the 40,000 basalt stone columns left by volcanic eruptions over 60 million years ago. State-of-the-art interpretation is found within the Visitor Centre unlocks the mystery and stories of the landscape, and offers a unique glimpse into this amazing place. See local giant Finn McCool on the Big Screen and search for distinctive rock formations fancifully named the Camel, Wishing Chair, Granny and the Organ. Explore the upgraded walking trails and enjoy spectacular coastal scenery accompanied by an outdoor audio-guide available in a range of languages – English, French, German, Japanese, Italian, Mandarin, Polish, Russian and Spanish.

The area is an outstanding area of natural beauty and is a haven for seabirds such as fulmar, petrel, cormorant, shag, redshank, guillemot and razorbill, while the unusual weathered rock formations host a number of rare and unusual plants. A must see when visiting Northern Ireland!

Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge

Dare you cross the rope bridge to Carrick-a-Rede Island?

This ”scary” bridge crosses the ocean over a 30-metre deep and 20-metre wide chasm. The bridge was traditionally erected by salmon fishermen and has been here for well over 250 years. Beyond the bridge you will discover unrivalled coastal scenery, beautiful views across the seas of Moyle to Rathlin Island and beyond, and spectacular bird-watching opportunities.

Carrick-a-Rede is a Site of Special Scientific Interest with unique geology, flora and fauna. Viewing platform suitable for visitors with disability. There are also two quarries – black and white.

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Suitable outdoor clothing/footwear is recommended!