Tour The Giants Causeway & Northern Ireland
In a one week long tour all or any of the following can be included:
For longer tours of more than 7 days any of the extended tour options listed can be combined depending on your time available and energy levels.
As one of Ireland’s very few fully approved national tour guides with all the required licenses to drive small private groups around all the sites it will be my pleasure to accompany you on your Irish adventure. You will see much more in your short time with someone who can give you all the information, background and understanding of the rich culture, landscape and history of Ireland while being right there beside you. No long queues in large buses. A real connection with the places you visit and tips for all the best places to eat and stay.
Tours are normally in my own Luxury Six Seat Mercedes Limousine with air-conditioning and complimentary water on board. For larger groups a bigger vehicle can be arranged.
- The Dublin City Highlights Tour. A drive around Dublin’s historic city sites and sights.
- Malahide Castle built by the Norman French in 1174 and occupied by the same family until they left in 1974 it still has it’s original contents in tact. Surounding the castle there are also wonderful gardens famous for exotic plants
- Howth a little fishing town north of Dublin city and a great favourite for seafood restaurants with a walk along the pier, There are spectauclar views over Dublin bay from it’s headland.
- Newgrange is a 5500 year old Passage Tomb and World Heritage Site older than the pyrimands at Giza.
- Monasterboice hosts two of Ireland’s most iconic High Celtic Crosses.
- Belfast, the peaceful Capital of Northern Ireland with it’s Titanic Centre dedicated to the great ship where it was built and the Peace Walls along with the stories of the Troubles which beset this pary of Ireland for many years.
- The northern Causeway Coast drive is one of Ireland’s best. A long drive on this coast has views views of Scotland and Rathlin Island and includes many Game of Thrones filming sites.
- Carrick a Rede Rope Bridge. Cross this bridge if you dare. It was erected so salmon fishermen could bring home their catch.
- The Giant’s Causeway, the result of an ancient volcanic eruption has 40,000 basalt columns and has to be seen to be belived Dramatic Dunluce Castle on the edge of a cliff overlooking the sea. Local legend states that at one point, part of the kitchen next to the cliff face collapsed into the sea, after which the wife of the owner refused to live in the castle any longer. Visit before the rest timbles in!
- Inland The Dark Hedges is one of the filming sites for the Kings Road in The Game of Thrones.
- Derry City aka The Maiden City as its walls were never breached. Walk the intact circle of the Walls and enjoy the warm welcome the city is noted for.
- Slieve League Cliffs Co Donegal these cliffs are among the highest sea cliffs in Europe. From the highest point on the cliffs, it’s a staggering 609m (1,998 feett) drop into the swirling Atlantic Ocean below
- Glencolumcille, the valley of Colm Cille“. Saint Colm Cille, or Columba, is one of Ireland’s three patron saints (along with Saint Patrick and Saint Brigid). Today it is an Irish speaking rural community noted for friendliness, crafts, historic mounuments and great beauty
- The Ceide Fields Co Mayo are the oldest known field systems in the world with the same field walls intact for the at least the last 5,500 years.
- Connemara National Park with it’s towering mountains and spectacular scenery is a day long tour at least though some of the most remote and beautiful mountains in Ireland.
- Galway City is a bustling busy medieval town, very popular with locals and visitors alike.
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We did a one-day tour of Killruddery and Powerscourt gardens with John as our guide. John's knowledge and enthusiasm are infectious and insightful. You really need a guided tour to... read more
December 6, 2022