Céad Míle Fáilte, One Hundred Thousand Welcomes! Clamber onboard and join like- minded adventurers on this daily (UNESCO) Giants Causeway Tour from Dublin.

Why choose this tour?

– Giant’s Causeway Visitor Centre Included (GBP 9.00 value)
– Free Wireless Internet on- board!
– Transport by late model air-conditioned coach
– Expert local guides
– Belfast City Highlights (+ one hour free time)
– Glens of Antrim
– Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge @ Ballintoy
– Dark Hedges (HBOs Game of Thrones)
– Dunluce Castle Ruins (photo stop)
– Causeway Coastal Views
– Available Daily (But dates fill up, so don’t leave it until the last minute!)
– Online Special @ EUR 65.00 per person (EUR 70.00 Brochure Price)

Giants Causeway Tour Itinerary

07:30 AM | Giants Causeway from Dublin

Meet your expert day tour guide, mount your luxury tour bus and commence the exciting scenic drive North to Belfast City, once the industrial and shipbuilding engine of the British Empire. We’ll follow a well- beaten ancient path known as the ‘Gap of the North’, where the legendary Celtic Warrior CúChulainn singlehandedly fought his last epic battle against a massive invading army, and through the infamous “Bandit Country” of South Armagh (British Army helicopter patrols were commonly seen on tour until as recently as 2007). Arrive in central Belfast at 08.45 am approx.

09.00 | Belfast City Tour We’ll have time for a restroom stop and a quick coffee / cup of Irish breakfast tea, maybe quickly glimpse some of the city highlights like Queen’s University Belfast and Victorian City hall. We’ll provide a panoramic coach-tour of Belfast city- centre, including Royal Avenue and the Titanic Docks & Shipyard area. Then we get ready for what are truly the highlights: the amazing Antrim Coastal Route and the Wonder of the World that is the Giants Causeway! NB: This is a brief one hour visit for those who may not get the chance otherwise. We also offer a Belfast day tour if you wish to see the city at length. The one hour visit can be either morning or afternoon depending on the day.

10:30 | Glens of Antrim Leave Belfast City and tour through the lush rolling fields, hedgerows and valleys of part of the Glens of Antrim to the Northern Coast of Ulster. Our first stop is the charming village of Ballintoy which is home to the famous Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge (Now open year-round!). There are great views of Rathlin Island and even Bonnie Scotland only 12km away!

Dark Hedges By popular demand we bring you to this stunning location. The Dark Hedges is perhaps the most mysteriously cool road ever! This tunnel- like avenue of gnarly ancient beech trees was originally planted in the 1700s by the Stuart family to wow guests approaching their manor. These days, the King’s Road wows global audiences on HBOs Game of Thrones. Locals say the Dark Hedges are actually haunted in real life by the Grey Lady who appears at dusk. So, don’t stray too far from the bus!

12.00 | Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge

Adrenaline junkies will love this exhilarating cliff- top experience spanning the 60 foot gap between tiny Carrick-a-Rede Island and the Northern Ireland mainland. The bridge was traditionally hung by local fishermen and only recently had a safety handrail added to both sides! Visitors brave enough to cross are rewarded with legendary views of the Antrim coast and North Atlantic – just be mindful that you will have to cross back again to return to the tour bus! According to locals, the name of the rope bridge derives from the local “Ulster Scots” dialect spoken in parts of the province and means “rock in the road”. Apparently this refers to how the bridge stands in the path of migrating salmon making their way to ancient spawning grounds. The rope bridge is open to the public 363 days (closed Dec 25 & 26)(Consider crossing for a small optional donation to the National Trust, the United Kingdom’s official conservation charity that maintains the Bridge). For scaredy- cats there is still plenty to do and see including fantastic birdwatching and unrivalled coastal scenery. Enjoy uninterrupted views of Rathlin and the Scottish islands. Afterwards, we continue past scenic bays where the Spanish Armada was wrecked following battle with the English Imperial Navy in 1588 to the Giant’s Causeway itself!

13.30 | Giant’s Causeway This spectacular volcanic formation, Northern Ireland’s only UNESCO World Heritage Site, is one of our most unique & haunting landscapes. The Causeway features 37,000 basalt columns forming “stepping stones” leading from the cliffs and disappearing under the sea. The columns reappear on the Scottish island of Straffe, leading to the legend that the mythical warrior Giant Finn McCool built this path to allow Scottish Giant Fingal visit for a fight! Your day tour ticket also allows you pre-paid access to the new “Giant’s Causeway Visitor Experience” which would otherwise cost you GBP 9.00! (a benefit only included by leading operators). This access includes an innovative pocket- size audio guide in various major languages, telling you the story of the basalt columns as you explore them at leisure! The visitor experience also offers you a “grab and go” style café and an exclusive retail store featuring local products. All going well with weather and local logistics we’ll enjoy 2 hours at the Giant’s Causeway (at least one hour and thirty minutes). (Not only is Giant’s Causeway one of the most unique and beautiful locations on earth, this area was home to several key scenes in Game of Thrones!)

15.30 | Dunluce Castle Ruins At 15.30pm we continue up the road for a photo- opportunity at the haunting cliff- face ruins of Dunluce Castle, a spectacular medieval fortress with great views over the North Atlantic. En route we pass through Bushmills, famed for the fantastic whiskey, which is enjoyed all over the world (Note: no excursions from Dublin actually visit Old Bushmills Distillery in shoulder & peak seasons – the distillery is simply too small to facilitate groups efficiently). Afterwards, we turn back towards Belfast which is only a short trip from here.

16.30 | Belfast City Highlights Wind down after this action packed day trip with some R&R in Belfast. Depending on the weather and local operational considerations you will be shown the highlights of Belfast city centre such as the Titanic Docklands Quarter and Victorian City Hall either in the morning (before the Causeway etc.) or now at approximately 16.30. In any case, you’ll enjoy a stop at leisure to explore the city centre before we return to Dublin together. Perhaps pop in to the Victorian “Crown Liquor Saloon” for a swift pint of local favourite “Harp Lager” or a cheeky dram of Bushmills “Black Bush” Whiskey (The Crown is an ostentatious masterpiece and a pub at the same time. Renovated by Italian craftsmen working on churches in 1885, the bar is still lighted by gas and has antique push- button bells for ordering a round of drinks – that’ll be a story for the guys back home!).

20.30 | The Boys are Back in Town After a giant day out, the tour arrives in central Dublin in time for dinner and creamy pints of Guinness at approximately 20.30! Probably one of the best day tours in the world!


EUR 65.00 (online special offer – normally EUR 70.00)

• The Palace, Lower Gardiner Street, Dublin 1 (07.15am)
• “Discover Ireland” Centre (Official Tourist Office), O’Connell Street, Dublin 1 (07.20am)
• “Discover Ireland” Centre (Official Tourist Office), Suffolk Street, Dublin 2 (07.30am)


  • The dates on the booking calendar are live. You’ll receive a confirmation at time of booking (please make sure to spell the email address correctly).
  • Advance booking is strongly advised. This popular tour is likely to sell- out in advance of departure.
  • You can present either a paper or electronic voucher for this tour. The tour representative will have the name used for the booking and the corresponding confirmation code on his / her passenger list.
  • This tour takes you into Northern Ireland which is part of the UK & where the currency is British Pounds Sterling. So take any spare pounds you have – otherwise all major cards are widely accepted, and cash can easily be drawn from ATM machines!
  • Seats on this coach tour are offered as part of our “concierge” range. Our product managers select only the market leaders on each route, ensuring you peace of mind. Coaches are the best quality available in the scheduled tour market.
  • Private tour versions in sedans and vans are also available at a premium (as you are paying extra to have a private vehicle & driver). For an overview of tour options start here.

Excursion Summary

No visit to Ireland is complete without taking a legendary Giants Causeway tour! Ancient volcanoes helped the mythical Celtic warrior Finn McCool create this natural wonder 60 million years ago. 6 kilometres of sheer cliffs rise to a height of almost 300 ft and form a series of bays: really something special! Also visit Belfast City (one hour), Carrick-a-rede Rope Bridge, Ballintoy Village and Dunluce Castle Ruins in this one day tour from Dublin. (Free Wi-Fi on board & free Giant’s Causeway Visitor Centre entrance with online purchases!)

Other tours to Giant’s Causeway & Belfast;

Small Group Giants Causeway Tour from Dublin (Semi- Private Van Tour @ EUR 85.00 per person)

Private Giant’s Causeway Tour from Dublin (from EUR 495.00 – EUR 795.00+ per vehicle)

What could be better than a private tour to the (UNESCO) Giant’s Causeway? With your own private vehicle hire (Typically a Mercedes- Benz Sedan, Viano or Sprinter) & expert chauffeur guide, you’ll experience Ireland at your own pace. You can stop whenever you like to take photos, decide how long you want to spend at each attraction, and you can even plan your own customized itinerary! Your driver collects you from your hotel and drops you off wherever you choose in central Dublin when the tour is finished. Private giants causeway tours can represent great value for money as the price per person decreases as your group size increases! Groups of 2 – 500 catered for. Please email info@ kennedycarr.com