“I am the fire that burns against the cold”, says the vows of the Night’s Watch and this tour will burn bright forever in the hearts of Game of Thrones fans across the world. Bringing iconic scenes from the HBO hit-series alive, this is the perfect tour to relive your favourite show. That’s not all! Our unforgettable trail also includes a tour of the breathtaking Giant’s Causeway, the only UNESCO World Heritage Site in the region.
Travelling with the same company as the cast and crew of Game of Thrones (our local partner has worked on 4 seasons) along the beautiful Causeway Coastal Route, we will arrive at the small town of Ballycastle which was featured as the home of Lady Catelyn Stark and Varys. The first stop of the day is at Cushendun, where you’ll visit the cave where Melisandre gave birth to the shadow baby. Next up is the iconic King’s Road, known locally as The Dark Hedges, a beautiful avenue of beech trees planted by the Stuart family in the 18th century and featured in the first episode of season two. Fraught with local lores, this site has witnessed some integral scenes, from Arya’s escape to The Starks’ arrival at King’s Landing.
Ballintoy and Pyke Harbour are lined up next; two stunning seaside locations which has been used for exterior shots and as the Iron Islands. We will make a stop at the cosy Fullerton Arms in Ballintoy, a popular spot amongst Game of Thrones fans as it has been known to host some of the cast members! Enjoy a scrumptious lunch (payable direct), and you might even hear a story or two from the staff about bumping into some of the series’ stars. Ask them about John Snow for us, will you?
Post lunch, we will head to Larrybane, our final tryst with our beloved show, where Renly swears to Lady Stark that he will avenge Ned’s death, but meets his end at the hands of the shadow baby that came to being in those caves you visited in Cushendun.
Having sunk into the fantastical world of this revolutionary tv show, we will visit the marvellous Giant’s Causeway, an area of about 40,000 interlocking basalt columns which are the result of an ancient volcanic eruption. Shrouded in myths and legends, the Causeway is an equally magical location capable of letting our imagination run wild!
01 Apr - 31 Nov: Daily except Tuesday & FridayDuration
10.5 hours approx.Start time
Till 31 March 2020:
From The Europa Hotel: 9:10am
From Belfast International Youth Hostel: 8:30am
From 1 April 2020:
Tour start time: 8:45am
McComb’s Tour Office (inside Belfast International Youth Hostel, 22 Donegall Road) at 8:20am
In the hotel lobby of Europa Hotel at 8:30am
Belfast International Youth Hostel on Donegall Road OR The Europa Hotel on Great Victoria Street.
The tour ends at starting points.
Voucher Information: No need to print! You can show your voucher on your smartphone or other devices. (But if you’d rather print a copy – that’s fine too!)
Tour is not recommended for those aged 16 and under.
The price you pay for an all day tour is so worth it. Visited some amazing places and the tour guide Derek made the tour even better! He was very entertaining....Anthony Wallis, United Kingdom
Excellent and breath taking trip up the beautiful Northern Irish coastline, this country is so stunning, wild and rugged, I just love it! As a huge follower of Game of Thrones I...Thomas Maire, United Kingdom
Our tour was a great! Our tour guide was funny and very informative. He would answer all questions and tell great stories about the Northern Irish history & landscape. The day...Brian Cantalupi, United States
Great service, great price