This tour is only available for private hire at the moment. If you are interested, please send us an email with the following details –

Tour date:
Number of people:
Pick up address:
Preferred pick up time: (usually around 8am)
Preferred drop off time: (usually around 7:30pm – 8:30pm)

*Only for groups with 15 people and/ or more due to the Rope Bridge restriction

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Why choose this tour? 

1. Later Departure. Earlier return. More time at the attractions.

2. Spend all of your sightseeing time only at the Giants Causeway and the Carric-a-Rede Rope bridge. No other short stops besides comfort stops on the drive to and from the Giant’s Causeway 

GIANT’S CAUSEWAY around 2.5 hours 

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The Giant’s Causeway was formed in the aftermath of a volcanic eruption around 50 to 60 million years ago, leaving 40,000 interlocking basalt columns. The uniqueness of this attraction is what led to its becoming a UNESCO world heritage site. As the “8th wonder of the world”, you cannot afford to not visit the Giant’s Causeway while in Ireland. 

Alternatively, in folklore, it could have been built by the Irish Giant Finn McCool as a bridge to Scotland to go fight his rival Bennandonner.

CARRICK-A-REDE ROPE BRIDGE around 2 hours 

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Do you dare crossing this Rope bridge?  The bridge at Carrick-a-Rede is 66ft long and 98ft high hanging over a chasm and can be crossed from the mainland to spend a little bit of time on the Carrickarede Island. This is definitely not for the faint-hearted and is truly an accelerating experience crossing this moving bridge. This is our only added extra for the day and will be an optional £6.40 per person if you want to cross the bridge.  You can explore the area and walk all the way up to the bridge absolutely free.