Glenara Elite Travel tours are designed to bring visitors the best of every location along the stunning Causeway Coast. Visitors can enjoy the culture, history and heritage of iconic sites with local experts who make the tours memorable for everyone. Please see Glenara Elite Travel website for full listing of tours and experiences.

Causeway Coast: Every Wednesday and Saturday available March – November, 9.30am – 4.30pm departing Railway Place, Coleraine.

The Causeway Coast tour includes the following stops: Mussenden Temple; Benone Strand; Portstewart Strand, Dunluce Castle; Bushmills Distillery; Giant’s Causeway; Ballintoy Harbour and Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge.

Visit all the spectacular sites of the Causeway Coast on this luxury day tour. With beautiful sandy beaches, picturesque harbours and stunning ancient ruins. This ancient landscape has everything from medieval cliff-top castles, to an 18th temple and a causeway formed millions of years ago by volcanic activity.  Soak up the views in between sites, while a Glenara Elite travel guide provides information on everything about each of the stopping places.

Game of Thrones: Every Tuesday and Friday March to November, 9.30am – 4.30pm, departing Railway Place, Coleraine.

Game of Thrones tour includes the following stops: Mussenden Temple and Downhill Beach,  Ballintoy Harbour; Dunluce Castle, Giant’s Causeway and The Dark Hedges.

For fans of HBO’s hit TV series, Game of Thrones, a trip to the Causeway Coast just wouldn’t be complete without visiting some of the stunning locations made famous by the show. A gateway to Westeros, visitors can explore various nooks and crannies from the Seven Kingdoms for a truly immersive experience to remember for years to come.

Step out onto the Kings Road and marvel at the natural beauty of the Dark Hedges, or visit Dragonstone, Lordsport Harbour and the site of Renly Baratheon’s camp to see stories spring to life. The Game of Thrones tour also throws in a few unmissable locations which might not have featured in the series. These include Northern Ireland’s first World Heritage Site, the Giant’s Causeway, along with Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge, suspended almost 30m above sea level.

Tour Admission: £60 per person.

** This Experiential Tour can be booked directly through any of the Causeway Coast and Glens Visitor Information Centres. **