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Tour Duration - 8 hours

Your Causeway Sightseeing Tour begins at The Dark Hedges, a location that was brought to global fame by the popular Television series Game of Thrones.

Your tour continues to The Old Bushmills Distillery, where if you’re lucky, you’ll get the chance to sample some of Irelands finest whiskey.

Then onwards to Dunluce Castle. The first castle at Dunluce was built in the early 13th century by Richard Óg de Burgh 2nd Earl of Ulster.

After Dunluce Castle, it’s on to the Giants Causeway! Irish folklore claims that the Giants Causeway was created by Fionn mac Cumhaill, an Irish giant who built a land bridge across to Scotland so that he could do battle with the Scottish giant, Benandonner! (This is probably 100% true)

When the Giants Causeway is behind us, we’ll stop for lunch.

After lunch, get a photo on the Iron Throne, and see one of the Ten Doors of Game of Thrones.

Next stop, Ballintoy harbour which was a filming location in Game of Thrones.

After Ballintoy is the Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge, which was first built by salmon fishermen and is not for the faint-hearted. When we finish at Carrick-a-Rede, we’ll stop at the rope bridge view point for a wee photo.

Once your Causeway Sightseeing Tour finishes, you’ll be returned to your preferred drop-off point in Belfast City Centre, but your memories will last a lifetime!


Dunluce Castle

The Giants Causeway

The Old Bushmills Distillery

Dunseverick Castle

Rathlin Island Viewpoint

Ballintoy Harbour


Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge

The Dark Hedges

Then homeward bound.

Please be aware that attraction tickets and prices are not included in the price of your tour.


1 – 4 People = £500
5 – 7 People = £600

Book Your Causeway Sightseeing Tour

Book your Causeway Sightseeing Tour today and experience the best of what Northern Ireland’s north-east coast has to offer. Perfect for a staycation! Pick-up at 9:00, drop-off at 5:00.

For groups larger than 6 people please contact.

We spent a lovely 1.5 hours with Tom in his black cab while he took us around Belfast and explained in detail ( too much to recall all) about the past of the political situation that occurred in Belfast. The experience and detail of this tour was outstanding. We forgot a jacket in his black taxi and he delivered it back the next day to our hotel. Good man Tom and thanks.

Joanne Gallant

Murals Tour

The complex history of Belfast and the experience of living through the Troubles. Really enjoyed the “peace wall” and wall art. Loved Belfast Castle.

Janeen Cunningham

City Sightseeing Tour

Our group of 6 had a wonderful private Causeway tour with John. He adjusted the itinerary based on what we wanted, and regaled us with legends and knowledge about the area and locations we visited. Our children (age 7-12) didn’t love the driving, but said it was worth it to see the Dark Hedges, Dunluce Castle, and the Giant’s Causeway. We were also very pleased with the pub John took us to for lunch. Five Stars all around!

Leann Bringer and Family

Causeway Tour

Our guide Tommy did a wonderful job in trying to explain a complicated period of Irish history in a balanced way. He clearly stated the facts and when it was an opinion or a ‘wondering’. The tour is sobering for visitors but well worthwhile in doing. Thoroughly recommend it!

Maureen Bromage

Murals Tour

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