Giant's Causeway Tour

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First-time visitors to Ireland - Northern Ireland's scenery is magnificent. Dunlop Memorial Gardens is a tribute to a famous family in motorbike road racing, 3 members of the family have been killed at separate road races over a period of 18 years. Dark Hedges was made famous when its location was used in HBO "Game of Thrones" Bushmills Whiskey Distillery was first granted a licence to distil in 1608 and was founded by Hugh Anderson originally registered the trademark in 1784 it is thought to date right back to 1276. Dunluce Castle and the Giant's Causeway are two very different but fabulous sites with totally different eye-catching features and history. Ballintoy Harbour the Views are breathtaking. Carrick-a-rede rope bridge is set 30 meters above the rocks below and 20 meters long "across" Ballycastle and Cusendun Caves were also used by HBO in Game of Thrones. Start coastal Drive back towards Belfast passing through: Cushendall Waterfoot Carnlough Glenarm Larne

Itinerary Details

Modern Late 2017 Ford Tourneo Custom Sport 170bhp, Seating for 8 passengers, Seating half leather and half cloth, full aircon and WiFi onboard.

1st Klass Giant’s Causeway Tour will take us approximately 8 - 9 hours, price is £950.00 for up to 8 passengers, Maximum of 8 passengers per vehicle although we can accommodate larger groups on request. This tour will include Tea, Coffee, Scone Break, Soft Drinks, Lunch, and Irish Coffee after the day. For adults only, 18 years and above, Irish Coffee has a measure of alcohol "Irish Whiskey".

Our Itinerary for the tour will be as follows,

Ballymoney Dunlop Family Memorial Garden 15 Minutes, (Toilet Stop)
Dark Hedges 1 hour
Bushmills Whiskey Distillery 30 minutes (Unless doing a guided tour of the distillery which requires to be pre-Booked.)
Dunluce Castle 30 Minutes,
Giant’s Causeway 1Hour 30 minutes
Ballintoy Harbour 15 Minutes,

Lunch Break 45 Minutes,

Carrick-A-Rede Rope Bridge 1 Hour 30 Minutes,
Ballycastle 10 Minutes,
Cushendun Caves 20 minutes,
Coastal Drive Back to Belfast
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