From: £45.00

Escape the crowds on the Giants Causeway. Go Sea Kayaking along the coast instead! Escorted by our qualified instructors in a stable double sea kayak, the landscape of the Causeway Coast truly comes to life. The sea is the natural vantage point to witness this legendary coastline.

One of the more challenging coasts to navigate by sea, the Causeway Coast kayak tour is ideal for those interested in the geological and natural heritage of this amazing piece of coastline. If you book this tour, please consider if you are booking the right experience for your interest and kayaking ability. We offer other great tours for people wanting to celebrate a birthday or stag & hen experience- check out our Coasteering and Dragon SUP tours for example.

Ireland is ideal for sea kayaking. As an activity it is on the up and offers the opportunity to get close to travel to places inaccessible by any other form of transport. We offer four different routes on the Giants Causeway coast for different abilities and to accommodate the weather and sea forecast. Your Giant’s Causeway coast kayak tour will be tailored to you.

The route that passes the Causeway itself is an exciting paddle that requires competent kayaking skills. We use many other routes suiting beginner to intermediate kayaking skills such as via Dunluce Castle and the magical cliffs at Whiterocks and from Ballintoy to Carrick-a-rede Rope Bridge. Giant’s Causeway coastline is undoubtedly one of the most popular tourism locations in Ireland, so it can get busy on the walking traditional route. Spending a half a day exploring the area surrounding the Causeway is a fulfilling and fascinating experience. Sea caves, smugglers coves and geology abounds in the short stretch of coastline to either side of the Causeway itself. 

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Lorcan McBride


I have been making the outdoors both my work and passion for over 10 years now- and every activity brings new people, new places, and new discoveries. What keeps me smiling is discovering the depth of Ireland’s natural heritage- and how people take to it so positively. I have been working with community leaders in Aotearoa/New Zealand for years to understand our own indigenous identity.

Robin Crouch


Robin is a director of the company and experienced outdoor leader. Specialising in environmental education, Robin is a proud home-schooler and spends a lot of time exploring the outdoors on a daily basis with his young family. He loves climbing and canoeing, always including some  foraged food en route!

Darren Thompson

Adventure Guide

Born in the city, Darren spent 12 years working in Scotland leading water and land based expeditions. Living in Inishowen since 2018, he is happiest when rock-climbing and kayaking around our beautiful coast-line

Michelle McLaughlin

Adventure Guide

Hiya I’m Michelle. I’ve been coaching Outdoor Education for over 30 years. As well as teaching I avidly do Outdoor Pursuits for my hobbies. It’s an amazing feeling empowering people to get out of their comfort zone and find a buzz that will stay with them for a long time

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