A new assortment of guided tours 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 owing to re-open on February 6, 2021

Developed to link readers to the organic, historic and mythological miracles of the Giant’s Causeway, the five new ‘Giant Encounters Tours’ at Northern Ireland’s only UNESCO Earth Heritage Site, will be readily available to men and women who book tickets for the Giant’s Causeway Visitor Working experience.

The new Large Activities excursions will allow visitors to be a part of a little team for a socially distanced guided wander, focusing on a expert subject location these types of as geology, oceanography, flora and fauna and conservation.

Ciara McClements, working experience and visitor programming manager for the Giant’s Causeway said: “We are delighted to offer you this variety of bespoke excursions, sent by our staff of experienced tour guides. Every tour enables readers to get a deeper knowledge of a key factor of the UNESCO World Heritage Internet site.

“Whether your interest is heritage, marine wildlife or geology, website visitors can be a part of a tour that connects them to this exclusive spot in a new and engaging way.

“Each tour explores a distinctive spot of the web site, from the clifftop route to the rock pools that sit along with the Grand Causeway, and site visitors will be taken on a interesting journey as our guides bring to existence the unique heritage of this iconic position.”

The excursions are: Nurturing mother nature Fables and folklore Insider secrets of sea and shore Vikings and voyagers and Fireplace, ice and stone.