Private Tour Itinerary

9:00 AM Meeting Time, departing promptly at 9:15 AM
View the stunning sights of the Causeway Coast & Antrim Glens
The Rope Bridge at Carrick-a-Rede
Choose to cross the bridge as the fishermen did for centuries during the Atlantic Salmon migration over to the island they named ‘the rock in the road’.
Ballintoy Harbour & The Hidden Beach
A beautiful white limestone harbour dating from our industrial heritage past with many fascinating features on display.
UNESCO World Heritage Site, The Giant's Causeway
Guided Walking Tour & free time to explore Be amazed by the incredible hexagonal volcanic rock columns & hear the formation story of the site, and wider area, over millennia.  You’ll appreciate how the locals invented the myth of a giant stonemason; how else could ‘the stones’ have been created?
Lunch stop, Ballycastle
Choices for you here, but, we recommend you enjoy our very own Ursa Minor Économusée Craft Bakery Cafe.
Murlough Bay
Experience the breathtaking views across to Rathlin Island, the Scottish Islands of Islay & Jura & the Mull of Kintyre.  Driving right down to the shore to enjoy the magical atmosphere that the bay offers.
Torr Road to Cushendun
Arguably the best ‘wee winding road’ in the country with magnificent coastal views from a height to arrive at the whitewashed Cornish style village of Cushendun.
Grenariffe Waterfalls
Take the short walk into see the the HorseShoe Falls & the Falls of the Mare.  You may be lucky enough to see a Red Squirrel.
Return to Ballycastle
Driving off the main road for some distance to view Corrig Wood & Glendun Viaduct then past Loughareema, The Vanishing Lake to bring the tour to an end.
5:00 PM: Approximate return time



Causeway Coast & Glens
"Dragonstone - Stormlands - Iron Islands"