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4.5 / 5
based on 943 reviews

Wild Rover Tours is THE way to go to visit the Giant's Causeway

This was an excellent tour with our wonderful tour guide J.P. and driver Paulo. They were very personable and friendly. They shared a lot of fun jokes, legends, and history of Ireland. There seemed to be plenty of time for each stop. My friend and I choose to do the Black Cab Taxi tour and I cannot recommend it enough. It was informative and gave great insight on the history of the area through the eyes of a local. Our next stop was the Giant's Causeway which you cannot miss if you are visiting the Island! There was road construction the day we went and had to take a detour to get to the Causeway. However, due to this we were able to see Dunluce Castle! The Causeway is incredibly beautiful and unlike anywhere else in the world! The next stop at Carrick-A-Rede Rope Bridge is phenomenal! The water is a striking combination of cobalt and turquoise blue. You can even see Scotland in the distance. If the weather is fair and you get the opportunity to cross the bridge, do it!

A real eye-opener into life in present-day Belfast

I follow the news and politics closely and like to think I'm up to speed on current affairs within the UK. However, this walking tour was a revelation as to how the different factions in Belfast still live totally separate lives, even though 'The Troubles' are hopefully now consigned to history. This was driven home during the handover at the Peace Line gates, each not willing to enter into the other's community. I had no idea life was still like that. Both guides, of course, gave their respective opinions which reflected their life-long experiences. The Republican guide was a former IRA prisoner, the loyalist a former British soldier. Their respective stories are of necessity grim at times, but if you're remotely interested in the complexities of life in present-day Belfast, this tour is a must.

It was good experience with a knowledgeable guide.

I enjoyed the tour generally. Two things bothered me a bit. One is that I thought we would see more murals and the other is that the tour was supposed to last up to 8 p.m. but instead we arrived back by 6 p.m. so we had only two hours in Belfast city centre instead of four. One more: we were about to meet at 8 a.m. at Molly Malone. I arrived by 7.40 and about a minute later our guide appeared and took us to another street where the bus was parked. I don't know how I could have found the bus if I had arrived, say, by 7.43.

Belfast & Titanic Experience Full-Day Tour from Dublin Reviewed by

The highlight of our 3-day trip to Belfast

Both the Republican and the Loyalist guides were very friendly and interesting and provided an unbiased view of their time in their respective communities during the Troubles. If you want to have some idea of what it must have been like during that terrible time forget what you have read in books or newspapers or have seen on television and experience this fascinating tour for yourselves.

Belfast: Political Conflict 3-Hour Walking Tour Reviewed by

Outstanding insight into the troubles period in Northern Ireland

This walking tour was an exceptional opportunity to learn about the troubles period in Northern Ireland from two people who were actively involved in the struggle on opposite sides. Visiting both the republican and loyalist areas of Belfast allows one to understand the complex issues from both points of view.

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