A new assortment of guided excursions launch at Giant’s Causeway



a herd of sheep standing on top of a rocky mountain with Giant's Causeway in the background


© The Giant’s Causeway is due to re-open up on February 6, 2021


Intended to link visitors to the natural, historic and mythological wonders of the Giant’s Causeway, the 5 new ‘Giant Encounters Tours’ at Northern Ireland’s only UNESCO World Heritage Site, will be offered to individuals who e book tickets for the Giant’s Causeway Visitor Encounter.

The new Huge Encounters excursions will enable visitors to be a part of a modest team for a socially distanced guided walk, focusing on a expert issue space this sort of as geology, oceanography, flora and fauna and conservation.

Ciara McClements, practical experience and visitor programming supervisor for the Giant’s Causeway explained: “We are delighted to supply this assortment of bespoke tours, delivered by our workforce of experienced tour guides. Each tour will allow guests to get a further knowledge of a crucial aspect of the UNESCO Planet Heritage Site.

“Whether your interest is heritage, maritime wildlife or geology, site visitors can be part of a tour that connects them to this special area in a new and partaking way.

“Each tour explores a various area of the internet site, from the clifftop path to the rock swimming pools that sit alongside the Grand Causeway, and site visitors will be taken on a fascinating journey as our guides provide to everyday living the exclusive heritage of this iconic put.”

The tours are: Nurturing mother nature Fables and folklore Tricks of sea and shore Vikings and voyagers and Hearth, ice and stone.