Boasting stunning scenery, intriguing history, and, of course, great people – Ireland is home to an abundance of adventure and ‘must see’ hidden gems.
From the spectacular Atlantic Edge to the ‘fit for TV’ Dunluce Castle – discovering more of our beautiful island should be top of your 2020 bucket list! So, why not leave the car at home and uncover some of Ireland’s top hidden gems with Wild Rover Day Tours: Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge Located in County Antrim, this unique rope bridge is a must experience when visiting the North Coast.
Spanning 20 metres, and situated 30 metres above the rocks below, the Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge was first erected 350 years ago! Feeling brave? Walk across the bridge on the Giants Causeway, Belfast City & Carrick A Rede Rope Bridge Day Tour from Dublin.The Atlantic Edge
Immerse yourself in an exciting interpretive experience at the Atlantic Edge visitor centre, located along the world-famous Cliffs of Moher.
Situated in a large domed cave, spot photographs, exhibits, displays and experiences that will add a layer of enchantment to your visit to the Cliffs of Moher.
Continue the tour through the dome and experience a virtual reality cliff face adventure known as The Ledge – allowing you to experience life at the cliff face both above and below sea level.
You can experience the Atlantic Edge on the Cliffs Of Moher, Atlantic Edge Ocean Walk & Galway City Day Tour From Dublin.
Sheepdog Trials in Glendalough
Visit the village of Annamoe – located at the foot of the Wicklow Mountains, and enjoy the unique chance to experience a Shepherd at work with his best friend: the Border Collie Sheep Dog, on the Kilkenny, Wicklow Mountains, Glendalough Day Tour From Dublin. The dog, listening to the whistling sounds from the Shepherd, will herd the sheep across fields, through gates and fencing into corrals, out again over ditches around trees to your feet. This is an experience not to be missed! Dark Hedges
The picturesque village of Cushendun, along the Causeway Coastal Route, is an important Game of Thrones’ filming location in Ireland!
Mary McBrides” pub in the town is home to one of the ten doors made from the fallen trees of the Dark Hedges – a real bonus for a true Game of Thrones experience.
Cushendun and its coastline are iconic parts of the series, with relics and landscapes that make it possible to imagine the HBO fantasy world.
Fancy yourself a Game of Thrones enthusiast? Why not dedicate a day to uncovering this iconic location with the Game of Thrones Tour from Dublin.
Another fascinating spot on the Game of Thrones Tour from Dublin is Dunluce Castle – otherwise known as Castle Greyjoy in the HBO series. The castles cruel past, the enmity between wealthy families and the ruthless resolution of disputes gives Dunluce castle more than a passing resemblance to ‘the Dreadfort’ or ‘Harrenhal’!
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