If you are in Belfast, I would highly recommend taking the train to Dublin than flying. The sceneries are beautiful. Second is taking a very long drive to country Antrim to see the Giants Causeway.
This is a heritage site with strangely regular basalt rock formations
Proximate drive from Belfast to County Atrim is around 2 hours and you can take the road to Newtownabbey, Killdrum to Ballymena - Cushendall ... this drive will guanratee you the best view of Ireland's countryside.
Giants Causeway is literally the end of the world in Northern Ireland because the next stop from here is Scotland
Don't forget to get a 'fish and chips' 😊 on the way back.
Please follow us on our 'Round the World Trip' as we back-pack through the wild, rough, beautiful and most unimaginable places on earth! Our first stop is Africa where we head to Tanzania to chill on the beaches of Zanzibar before we trek the jungles of Uganda to get close encounters with the Gorillas. We will also take in some safari, rafting and finally fishing on the longest river of Africa, The Victoria Nile. After Uganda, we will also go to Kenya for an Orphanage Volunteer Program and our final African adventures will be spent on the beautiful beaches of Mozamb... full info