Escape the hustle and bustle of the city and venture into the serene and idyllic corners of Northern Ireland. Here, you will discover two UNESCO World Heritage-listed sites, the Giant's Causeway and Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge. On your route to the Giant's Causeway, stop by the Dark Hedges, an avenue of beech trees planted by the Stuart family 270 years ago as a driveway to their home Gracehill Manor. Once you reach the Giant's Causeway, you will be amazed by the majestic seascape and oddly-shaped stone columns, some of which are 12 meters tall, that form the legend-laden causeway itself. A few miles away from this site, is the abandoned fishing island of CarrickÂaÂRede. Traverse the Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge that links the small fishing island to Ballintoy in County Antrim in the mainland. Spanning 20 meters and hanging at 30 meters above the rocks, the narrow rope bridge affords visitors a stunning view of the islands and the sea. The tour will then take you to the busy city of Belfast, where you can visit famous attractions such as the Crown bar, Big Fish, and Albert's Clock.
The trip starts with a pick-up at the City Center in a spacious and comfortable air-conditioned bus. Each excursion will have a maximum of 60 passengers. The vehicle is stroller accessible; however, participants traveling with children should bring their child seats.
The tour received praise from travelers who experienced it. It is well-planned and well-organized, offering many options to the participants. This trip a must-try.