Giants Causeway, Belfast and Game of Thrones Tour
In the beautiful land of Ireland, where myths , legends and HBO 7 Kingdoms are common, you’ll find no better a place to visit than the World Famous Giant’s Causeway and Game of thrones locations.
The Giant’s Causeway is a World Heritage site, National Nature Reserve and Northern Ireland’s premier tourist attraction and offers breath taking scenery that can only be appreciated on arrival.
Visit the Game of Thrones Locations
Situated 75 miles / 110 km outside of Belfast the Giants Causeway is the excuse for a full day outing. Travelling with your guide you’ll have the option of being taken along the scenic Antrim coast where you can stop off at your leisure for refreshments and photographic opportunities .
Being picked up from your hotel / accommodation you’ll need to set aside for 2 hours journey time for each journey, so we recommend and early start.
For a full day tour (we believe it offers great value for money) and with the possibility to carry up to 1-7 passengers per vehicle you’ll be amazed at what enjoyment you’ll get for your money.
Dark Hedges (King’s Road)
This is a spectacular photo opportunity of beech Trees planted over 200 years ago and the famous Game of thrones location where Ayra Stark flees King’s Landing.
“We came to Belfast to sample the nightlife, however before we did this i thought it would be a good idea to pre book a tour, so that we could see what else Belfast has to offer…
We were not disappointed!
Our driver Gerard was already waiting at the airport for us, not only was he punctual he was great ‘craic’, we felt at ease straight away and we were roaring with laughter within the first mile!
We took a drive down the Causeway coast which was beautiful, photographs do not do this place justice, again Gerard told us the story of Finn McCool,( the irish have a great way of telling stories!)
We also did the famous ‘Games of thrones tour’ which once again showed us that Northern Ireland has a lot to offer.
A Great tour , a great weekend, and great memories…. Thank you Gerard and thank you Belfast…….as Arnie once said…… I’LL BE BACK!!”Gemma G, Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom
Bushmills Distillery founded 1608 photo opportunity and a chance to buy a bottle of this famous Whiskey and taste a free nip of it’s 12 malt only bought at Bushmills.
Please the distillery doesn’t open until 12 o’clock on Sundays. Tour of distillery can be offered for £12 per person but will take up a lot of your tour duration time only for non cruise ship passengers as waiting time can take up to 45 mins and tour last 1 hour
Dunluce Castle (House of Greyjoy in Game of Thrones)
Dunluce Castle built in the late middle ages and rebuilt in the 17th century invaded by the English & Scottish.
Pyke Castle has been used in several seasons of the HBO drama Game of Thrones.
“My husband and I are huge GOT fans so we decided to go on the tour. I must say it was completely incredible. The staff, the attention to details, it was well worth the money. An experience of a life time for any Game of Thrones fan. Highly recommended. We will be going again!!!” Victoria P
The Highlight of your tour, Giants Causeway stones. 30,000 interlocking basalt columns formed by an ancient volcanic eruption.
Please note that you have the opportunity to enter the visitor centre at £9 per person but you also have the option of using the public pathway which is totally free.
There is a shuttle bus service for the 1km distance from the visitor centre to the causeway centre to the causeway which costs £2.
White Park Bay
A Beautiful scenic beach at the very tip of Ireland and the closest country from here would be Iceland which is 800 miles away.
“Gerard was amazing!! There’s noting better than a guide that loves his job and treats you like family. He was extremely knowledgeable on all subjects. Especially The Game of Thrones if u are a fan of the show this is a must do tour!!! on the tour you get to see all the amazing places they film at. He also has capes and swords if u want to take pictures like in the show. this tour has something for everyone even if your not a fan of Game of Thrones.” Lynn V
Ballintoy Harbour (Lordsport / Stormlands in Game of Thrones)
Ballingtoy Harbour was built to export Lime around the world. The harbour was used as Lordsport for Theo Greyjoy’s return to the Iron Islands and also the location where Theo Greyjoy is baptised and also features in season 6 of the epic Game of Thrones Drama.
“We took the tour on September 29. Sharleen was our guide and was awesome she was funny and had so much interesting information to share we stopped for a nice lunch and the causeway was beautiful as was the tour with the rope bridge. Loved it” Lanabostic, Federal Way, Washington
Sandy Bay (GOT Caves)
This is the location where the Red Witch sets fire to the traitors and also the caves have featured in season 6 of the HBO Drama.
“Wouldn’t hesitate to recommend. Our guide, Colm, was very knowledgeable and an excellent tour guide. We saw everything we had asked to see and he kept us informed throughout the trip. Would do it again!” Katharine S, Egham, United Kingdom
Carrick-a-rede Rope Bridge (Renly Baratheon’s Camp)
Renly Baratheon’s camp and also featured in Vanity Fair Photo shoot for Game of Thrones. Plus this is the location where Brienne Tarth fought for King’s Guard and shadow baby murders Renly. Heavily featured in season 6 also.
Carrick-a-rede rope bridge was used by fishermen for over 100 years to catch salmon and gain access to the island. Not for the faint hearted as steep steps all the way down the 1 km walk. The bridge is 20 metres long and 98 ft high and costs £5.50 per person to cross.
Please note on a cruises ship day the wait can take over 1 hour and 30 mins. We recommend a vantage point to take a beautiful photograph of the bridge.
Please note if we have enough time due to the relocation of the cruise ship dock to the other side of Belfast dock we have to make sure you’re back in time for your ship. Your guide will be watching for roadworks and rush hour traffic but we will try our best to include a Belfast sightseeing tour of our changing city.
“So much to learn when you travel and so much rich history in Ireland this was our first stop & the 1 km walk was worth every bit” Big M
The price for this once in a lifetime experience is only:
£360 for 1 to 2 people in a London cab
£390 for luxury Mercedes car for 1 to 3 people (Full leather and Air Conditioning)
£400 for MPV 4 to 5 People all front facing seats with Air Conditioning
£450 for MPV 6 to 7 People all front facing seats with Air Conditioning
All coach requests please contact us
Duration: 7 Hours