Giant's Causeway Tours
The Giant's Causeway was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1986, thus confirming its status as a world-class tourist attraction.
It is an area of the County Antrim coastline defined by interlocking hexagonal columns of basalt rock. The variable height of each column top creates a stepping-stone effect, which runs through the cliff faces and down into the sea below.
Due to their shape, some column formations have acquired names; for example: the Chimney Stacks, the Organ Pipes and the Giant's Harp.
A chauffeur-driven tour is the best way to make a day-trip to the Giant's Causeway from Belfast.
With your own dedicated driver-guide, you get the most from the experience and avoid the delays and irritations of coach travel.
You design the tour to suit your itinerary, and you can change it when required.
Unlike most bus trips, My Belfast Chauffeur tours take in other attractions such as Bushmills Distillery, Dunluce Castle and the rope bridge.
View the Causeway Coast slideshow below for further ideas and contact My Belfast Chauffeur to plan your perfect tour.
Old Bushmills Distillery Tour
The Giant's Causeway is a few miles from Bushmills, home to the oldest working distillery in Ireland.
Open daily for tours and visitors get to watch the whiskey being made and to taste the produce. Advance booking is essential.