This Stones and Thrones Tour was really really great, not just because we got to see some Game of Thrones moments come to life but also because of the incredible sights of Ireland we saw along the way.
The Wall –
This was a quick drive-by because you aren’t allowed to stop but it was still incredible to see.
The Caves where Melisandre of Asshai gave birth to a shadow baby –
To get here we arrived at a small town called Cushenden.
Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge –
This was definitely one of my favourite parts of the day. Make sure you go to cross the bridge straight away because the line can be quite long. The walk to the bridge and back was truly beautiful.
Dark Hedges road –
A road that lies beneath a natural archway of intertwined trees. A natural wonder.
Giant’s Causeway –
We were given an hour and a half to explore this UNESCO World Heritage Site which really allowed us to explore everywhere and have plenty of times for photos.
How: We did the tour through Stones and Thrones. It was done on an air-conditioned bus. You can book online or pay on the day.
When: It leaves from Belfast at 9am.
Cost: 70- 80 Australian Dollars. The traditional Irish lunch at a local pub is a cost on top of original price.
Duration: 9 hours.