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Experience Giant's Causeway with us

With Giant’s Causeway tours, discover Ireland’s most intriguing and exotic attraction. A geologist’s dream, the extraordinary rock formations on the coastline of Northern Ireland’s County Antrim is a sight you’ll have to see to believe. The result of volcanic eruptions around 50-60 million years ago, the Giant’s Causeway is made up of some 40,000 huge basalt columns protruding from the shore. Despite knowing the science behind the site, the ethereal and mighty beauty of the Causeway makes it easy to understand why ancients believed it simply couldn’t be natural. Labelled the handiwork of giant Fin McCool, this striking sight has inspired Irish folklore for centuries, with tales still told by locals today. Whether you’re partial to the scientific or the mythical, there’s plenty to keep you busy at this Northern Irish gem. Check out a wide range of Giant’s Causeway tours on isango! and book at the best prices.   


Our tips for Giant's Causeway

  • When visiting the Giant’s Causeway, make sure to visit the Dunluce Castle, Bushmill’s Distillery, and the Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge, all a short drive away from the Giant’s Causeway.
  • There are also tons of Game of Thrones locations that you should check out when exploring the region.

Good to know

Best time to visit
  • The busiest hours are midday so the ideal time to visit the attraction is early in the morning or at dusk.
  • The fog in the mornings make for stunning photo ops, creating a mysterious effect.
  • The visitor center opens at 9am and stays open till evening.
Getting there
  • You can take a minibus that will take you half mile to the causeway. Tickets cost £1 one way.
  • You should ideally book Giant Causeway tours from Dublin with transfers included in the package for a hassle-free experience.
  • There are also a number of scenic hiking trails that you must try.
Money saving tips
  • The earlier you book, the better deal you’re likely to get.
  • Plan your trip well and book your tickets and tours months in advance to enjoy a budget-friendly trip.
  • Check out the tours on isango! to enjoy deals and discounts on your Giant Causeway tours.
Did you know?
  • Volcanic eruptions in the Antrim area produced the 60-million-year-old hexagonal rock formations.
  • The characteristic shape of the basalt columns was created by the gradual and regular cooling of the hot lava.
  • The cliffs and stone formations around the Giants Causeway is an absolute must-do for bird enthusiasts.
  • Birds such as cormorants, redshanks, fulmars and eiders nest in the rocks or populate the shallow waters of the coast.

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