Take a trip outside Belfast to Ireland’s most famous landmark, the extraordinary Giants Causeway. Situated just North of Belfast this captivating UNESCO World Heritage site is renowned for its unique basalt formations. 60 million years in the making this truly unique spot is a fascinating result of geological changes to this chalky landscape, from volcanic activity and glaciers to ocean erosion and years of rain and showers. Groups will enjoy a full day exploring this fascinating location, including coach transport an expert guide and entrance to the visitor’s centre, where they can learn about the history, myths and legends of the Causeway. While in the area why not wow your students even further with an additional visit to the rope bridge in Carrick-a-Rede? Groups can brave the bridge, suspended over crystal jade waters and the labyrinth of caverns below.
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