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Activity Experiences

Book your own private Causeway Coast Sea Safari


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From £0.00  (Convert)

500 per day

About the Experience

Book an exclusive sea safari for up to 12 people along the Causeway Coast and Rathlin Island. Perfect for a group social outing, family reunion or birthday party with a difference!

The trip will depart Ballycastle harbour before skimming along the waters to the Rope Bridge at Carrick-a-rede. After taking it the sights it will then be time to visit the famous bird sanctuary at Rathlin Island to see puffins and seals and if you're lucky maybe even a dolphin or two, before heading back to Ballycastle.

You will meet your guide for the day at Ballycastle harbour where you will be kitted out with all the necessary safety equipment before exploring the coastline.

The Sea Safari is available all year round however booking is essential. Contact Aquaholics to book a date that suits you.

Suitable for all ages from 8 years old. Not suitable for those with back pain or heavily pregnant women.

The trip lasts approximately 2hrs. Please meet 10 minutes before the start time. All safety gear including buoyancy aids.

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Aquaholics Dive Centre and Sea Safari's

14 Portmore Road Portstewart
+44(0)28 7083 2584

Directions from Ballycastle: Ballycastle Marina is situated on the seafront across the road from the Marine Hotel. Please wait at gate entrance to the boats. Please arrive 10mins before start time. Directions from Portstewart: Portstewart harbour is located at North End of Portstewart promenade.

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