Discover the historic walled city of Derry~Londonderry and the beautiful Causeway Coast
Nestled perfectly between the beautiful Antrim Glens and the stunning Wild Atlantic Way, the breathtaking city of Derry, arguably the most historic place in Ireland, boasts 2,000 years of powerful and compelling history that has been touched by saints and scholars, kings and armies, royalty and rebellion, troubles and triumph, and much more.
Derry boasts the only completely walled city on the island of Ireland and is full of history and hidden treasures. The modern-day city is a vibrant place to visit, full of great pubs & places to eat, authentic live music, warm friendly people and great craic. Come join us on an adventure!
The Derry City Sightseeing Hop-on / Hop-off bus tour provides you with a comprehensive look at Derry city and allows you to explore every area and district of this unique place.
Regularly rated as one of the top 5 scenic routes in the world, this day tour offers a wonderful opportunity to experience Northern Ireland’s stunning coastline and visit the world-famous Giant’s Causeway.
Northern Ireland dramatic bays, unspoilt stunning coastline and misty green mountains are real Game of Thrones territory. Experience some of the most iconic film locations in Westeros on this fun day tour.
The Highlands of Donegal are one of Ireland’s best kept secrets. This day tour is the perfect way to explore its ruggedly beautiful landscapes of wild mountains, moors and loughs and experience the picturesque market town of Donegal.
Often described as ‘Ireland in miniature’, the Inishowen Peninsula is a land where scenic bays, rugged heather-clad hills and breathtaking coastal vistas provide a stunning backdrop to this day tour.
Step back in time at the Ulster American Folk Park and follow the epic journey of a five year old boy who emigrated with his parents from rural County Tyrone to Western Pennsylvannia in the 19th Century.
The Giant’s Causeway is known to the Irish as the 8th Wonder of the World. A jagged promontory of neatly packed columns of hexagonal basalt rocks created some 6 million years ago by a flow of basaltic lava.
The Giant’s Causeway was said to be discovered in 1692 when William King, the then Anglican Bishop of Derry, along with an unnamed Cambridge Scholar, visited the area.
Derry City’s Halloween celebrations may have started out small with a fireworks display 30 years ago, but they have grown into a four-day festival attracting tens of thousands.
Halloween roots in the Celtic tradition of Samhain, marking the end of the harvest season. Local folklore and legends are filled with fascinating tales inspired by Samhain, when the veil between this world and the other is at its thinnest, allowing spirits to pass through.
The Derry Halloween carnival is fun for all ages. It’s first and foremost a family affair, with hundreds of children on parade and hundreds more lining the streets to watch, most of them decked out in fancy dress.