A UNESCO world heritage site, the Giant’s Causeway is situated on the north east coast of county atrium. Filled with myths and legends, Giant’s Causeway is a must visit place if you are considering to go to Northern Ireland. The mysterious geological formation will give you an experience that you have never had and the natural beauty will simply just amaze you. Words can’t do justice to an extravagant place such as Giant’s Causeway and until you behold by yourself, one will never understand what one was missing. The setting is spectacular, the dynamic coastal landscape of Atlantic waves, secluded bays and magnificent views. The rugged cliffs are something that attracts the tourists. The causeway forms a headland of neatly packed columns, the beauty of which is, out of this world.
The Giant’s Causeway is more than enough of a reason to visit the Northern Ireland and get an experience of a once in a life time. There are lots of activities that one can perform in Giant’s Causeway and each activity brings pleasure and fulfillment. Be it walking down the path or taking photographs in the cliffs, will simply be a memory that you will cherish forever for the rest of your life.
Following are must to dogs when you visit the Giant’s Causeway.
- Cliff top experience: In Giant’s Causeway among the ruins, where you will walk by, you will have the magnificent cliff top experience and get the opportunity to behold the views from the cliffs. five-mile hike from the ruin of Dunseverick Castle along the stunning cliff top path to Northern Ireland’s first World Heritage Site, the Giant’s Causeway is something that you should do while experiencing the natural beauty of giant’s causeway. On this journey, you will get the opportunity to behold the out of the world beauty of coastal lines which gives one of the best cliff views in the whole Europe. The breath taking the beauty of the natural wonder has attracted hundreds of tourists each year to this place.
- Walk among the columns: This is something you should never miss out. If you are at Giant’s Causeway and you haven’t walked along the columns, then you will miss the spectacular view of the coastal lines. There are two ways to walk along. The short one is to walk from the visitor centre down past Port Naboo and Port Gann. This is the most popular route to Giant’s Causeway and if you don’t have much time yet, you want to experience the beauty of nature, then this is the route you should take.
- But if you can, be adventurous: above is the short route which you should take if you are running in a shortage of time. But none can match the experience if you opt for being adventurous and take the long route. By taking the long route, you will get the opportunity to experience the breath taking the beauty of the coastal Bay while going to Giant’s Causeway. You can take the panoramic shepherds steps and behold the cliffs, and sleepy fields of Antrim landscape.
- Don’t forget to visit organ and amphitheatre: The Organ is a collection of unique, enormous columns towering over the bay. From the amphitheatre platform, you will behold the magnificent coastlines and curious rock formations which are the base of many legends and myths. You will be simply amazed how nature can portray its beauty.
- Bring your camera: Giant’s Causeway is one of the intriguing landscapes not only in Northern Ireland but the whole world in general. It doesn’t matter whether you are an amateur or a pro at taking pictures, as the whole natural beauty will give every one of your pictures a great new dimension. If you are a pro, you will have the perfect opportunity to test your skills. Find different locations, angles and perspectives to take the most astonishing pictures that one could take. You should also take a note on the sanctuary and take a view of the birds. It’s one of the things in life that you will cherish forever.
Thus, Giant’s Causeway gives you the ample of opportunity to bring out the beauty of nature to the world. It is there by, has been regarded as a heritage site even by the UNESCO. If you are visiting Northern Ireland, you certainly shouldn’t miss this opportunity.