Sea Safari Gift Certificate

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Sea Safari Gift Certificate


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Trips from Portrush or Portstewart depart Portstewart Harbour with further pickup Portrush 10 minutes later.


Portstewart/Portrush - Giants Causeway Skerries and Dunluce Castle

Visit sights such as the Skerries. a site of special scientific interest, the famous Cretaceous chalk cliffs at White Rocks, the 14th Century Dunluce Castle and the incredible Giant's Causeway, a geological wonder of the world.

During the trip there is also a chance of seeing some of our spectacular marine creatures, although there are never any guarantees! Bring a keen sense of adventure and your binoculars... look out for harbour seals, grey seals, dolphins, porpoises and many seabirds along the way.


Ballycastle - Giants Causeway Coast and Rathlin Island Boat Trip

Depart Ballycastle Harbour, for a 4 hour boat trip along the magnificent Causeway Coast.

The trip will take you on a breath taking tour visiting sights such as the Skerries. a site of special scientific interest, the famous Cretaceous chalk cliffs at White Rocks and Whitepark Bay, the 14th Century Dunluce Castle, the incredible Giant's Causeway, a geological wonder of the world, the raised beaches from the Quarternary Period at Ballintoy, the famous Carrick-a-Rede Ropebridge, and then over to Rathlin to one of the UK's busiest bird sanctuaries and to the West Lighthouse, Ireland's only upside down lighthouse!

During the trip there is also a chance of seeing some of our spectacular marine creatures, although there are never any guarantees! Bring a keen sense of adventure and your binoculars... look out for harbour seals, grey seals, dolphins, porpoises, many seabirds and who knows possibly even a whale or a basking shark along the way.


Ballycastle - Giants Causeway and Carrick A Rede boat trip

Visit the 16th Century Kinbane Castle, situated on a stunning limestone headland, before exploring the coastline up to Carrick A Rede ropebridge. From there travel along past Ballintoy ( Ironlands) where you can see raised beaches from the Quartnerary Period to Whitepark bay, and then the whole length of the UNESCO World heritage site, 'the Giants Causeway'. 

During the trip listen to our guides local knowledge and tales of historical events that make up Northern Ireland's Causeway Coast. You'll even visit the site of the Spanish Amanda ship the Girona, the largest loss of life in the Irish sea in a single event.


Ballycastle - Puffin Express and Carrick A Rede Ropebridge boat trip

West Rathlin is home to thousands of birds including puffins, gullimots, razorbills, gannets , fulmars. Seals and hopefully dolphins/porpoises can  also be sighted

From there we travel across to Carrick a rede to view this spectacular sight from the sea and even a swim for the hardy

Travelling then along the coastline to Ballycastle stopping at Kenbane Castle and headland

This trip also includes talks on marine life, geology and of course Game of Thrones inside filming stories