Coasteering on the Giants Causeway

If you’re looking for an exciting outdoor adventure in Northern Ireland, then we’ve got the perfect activity for your stack! Prepare for raw adrenaline with this exciting coasteering experience on the Causeway Coast – dive off cliffs into blue waters, spin your way round wave pools, challenge yourself underwater and much more in this beautiful, rugged coastline!

Where can I do coasteering in Northern Ireland?

If you're looking to try out coasteering, then Causeway Coasteering have the package for you! Taking you to one of the most beautiful and famous spots in the country, the Giants Causeway, there's no better place to experience the thrills of diving, climbing and being taken for a ride by the waves. Based in Portrush and operating on the Causeway coast, your meeting point will be determined after booking is made.

At Causeway Coasteering, you’ll be able to turn the Causeway Coast into your own playground – home to the famous Giants Causeway, one of the key Game of Thrones filming locations and a number of historical locations (like the oldest whiskey distillery in the world!), there’s no better place to enjoy the outdoors.

You choose from a number of packages to explore the Causeway. Take a private coasteering expedition in the Causeway Safari package, enjoying a ride in their 4×4 vehicle to the most beautiful locations on the Causeway coast, being whisked away off the tourist trail to admire stunning locations and, of course, getting your wetsuit on for your coasteering adventure!

If you’re a bit short on time, then the shorter packages like the Causeway Special still allow ample time for your adventure. Experience wave pools and the thrill of jumping into the ocean, exploring hidden sea caves and exhilarating climbs.

  • Special wetsuits, buoyancy aids and helmets are included in all packages.
  • Causeway Safari: £500 per group, duration 7 hours.
  • Causeway Deluxe: £55 per person, duration 3 hours. Exclusive and private to your group.
  • Causeway Special: £40 per person, duration 3 hours.
  • The Wee C: £35 per person, duration 2 hours.



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