IMPORTANT NOTICE (8th January 2020)
The Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge (part of the Giant's Causeway tour) has been closed due to a small landslide. The National Trust has said, "The safety of our staff and visitors is paramount therefore the bridge will remain closed until all necessary specialist surveys have been completed."
We will keep you updated on its re-opening!
The Giant's Causeway is one of Irelands few Uneaeco world heritage sites. The rock formations at the Giants causeway are very rare throughout the world and the causeway is probably the best example. It consists of 40,000 hexagonal interlocking columns which were formed by extensive volcanic activity over 50 million years ago with rapid cooling of the lava causing the formation of the hexagonal shapes. Every location in Ireland is interlinked with myths and fables and the Giants causeway is no exception as you can guess by the name. There are many features that also are intertwined with myths such as the Giants boot and the chimney stacks.
Discover more of the stunning Antrim coast with a scenic walk to the Carrick-a-Rede ropebridge which you cross to enjoy stunning coastal views from the Island.
Take 75 minutes to discover some of Belfasts highlights or your driver can arrange for a political taxi tour (£15pp not included).
Irish Day Tours deliver an excellent service obtaining the Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019 - and have a 96% rating - excellent or very good in no small part due to our excellent guides.