I walked slowly over the gently swaying rope bridge, perched 100 feet above the sea. Built in 1755 by salmon fisherman, the Carrick-a-Rede Bridge was one stop on our 13-hour bus tour of Northern Ireland with Wild Rover Tours.
Disgarding our original idea to rent a car, we opted for two day-long bus tours. They were an excellent option – no navigating, parking or additional ticket purchase. Our guides were excellent and we saw more and learned more than we would have on our own. Other stops included Giants Causeway and a black cab tour of Belfast.
– Jan Schroder, Editor-in-Chief