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Causeway Coast Kayaking Tour


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Ballintoy Harbour, Ballycastle, County Antrim, BT54 6NA
Causeway Coast Kayaking

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The setting is simply stunning. And when we say ‘stunning’, we mean breath-taking, mould-breaking, multiple-selfie-making, Causeway Coast stunn-ing! 

Let’s start at the ruggedly beautiful Ballintoy Harbour, home to Causeway Coast Kayaking. If you’re thinking it looks like an epic movie location, you’ve got it in one (or more specifically, location of The Iron Islands from TV series Game Of Thrones®)! It’s also the launching point for your giant adventure. 

Daylight or Twilight? Carrick-a-rede Bridge or Kinbane Castle & Caves Tour? Beginner or Advanced? Once you’re out there on the water it’s another world, no matter which tour you choose. And there are plenty more where they came from… So, zip up the wetsuit, throw on the life jacket and pull on the helmet. Then choose your kayak, grab your paddle and you’re all set. We provide all the gear, so the only thing you need to bring is your sense of giant adventure. Once you have that sorted, embrace your giant spirit and away you go… 

All our tours and experiences are fully guided - and our highly qualified and experienced local guides make it our mission to make your adventure truly legendary. We look after all the safety aspects so you can sit back and marvel at those epic sights all around you - you might even spot a friendly dolphin or two to share a moment with. Splashing your mates is optional...

We’re also members of the “We’re Good to Go” scheme, so let us know whenever you’re good to go... and let’s do it.

*Winner of Northern Ireland Prestige Awards 2020/2021

Gift vouchers also available.


Establishment Features

  • Groups catered for
  • Lessons/courses available
  • Prior Booking Required
  • Showers
  • Toilets

Parking & Transport

  • On site parking

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  • All major credit/debit cards accepted
  • Euros accepted

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