Dragonstone & Giants Causeway - Private Tour

Experience the wild & rugged filmscapes of the North Coast as your driver guide takes you to the various ‘best spots’, many of which are peaceful and not crowded with tourists as they are NOT accessible to large coach tours.

With the wind in your hair and as you breathe in the purest Irish Sea air, stand atop Fair Head Sea Cliff and savour the breathtaking views from Dragonstone Castle. This is where Jon Snow first met Daenerys ‘Mother of Dragons’ – remember that scene in season 7 where Jon reached out (terrified!) to touch Khalessi’s dragon Drogon?                                                                                                                                                            "Bend the Knee....Jon Snow

Next you are off along narrow twisting country lane ways to Murlough Bay passing through early cottage settlements known locally as Clachans and where deer & sheep roam wild. Murlough Bay is steeped in history and surrounded by spectacular landscapes, it is the place that time truly did forget. Film location for Slavers Bay & Renlys Camp.


Other key film locations during this exclusive private tour can include:

Cushendun Sea Caves – where Melisandre gave birth to the Shadow Baby.

Larrybane Quarry – A chalkstone Quarry perched on cliff edge overlooking Sheep Island in the North Atlantic Sea. Film location of the tourney scene where Brienne of Tarth is named to Renly’s Kingsguard and also location of Iron Islands Kingsmoot. You can also cross the Carrick-a-rede suspension rope bridge if you dare.

Ballintoy Harbour AKA the Iron Islands – the memorable scene where Theon renewed his faith to the ‘Drowned God’.

Giants Causeway UNESCO World Heritage Site – not in Game of Thrones but still a ‘must see’

Downhill Beach & view of Mussenden Temple – Where Melisandre burns the seven gods effigies – the ‘Lord of Light’.

Binevanagh Mountain – The Dothraki Grasslands where Daenerys lands her dragon on the clifftop.

Dark Hedges Game of Thrones – Also known as the 'Kings Road', the Dark Hedges are mystical interlocking beach trees, through which Arya Stark escaped from Kings Landing.       

Cost: £POA

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