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Activity Experiences

Causeway Coast and Dunluce Castle Sea Safari


Day Out


From £30.00  (Convert)

Family tickets available 2 adults 2 child £75

About the Experience

The only way to see the North Coast in all its glory. Join the local experts from Aquaholics aboard their high speed boats along this spectacular coastline.

Your experience will start at Portstewart harbour. After safety briefing you will be taken around Portstewart bay then to the skerries at Portrush for wildlife spotting. Seals, birds and even a very very strange mammal on the islands to spot.

We will then blast across to Dunluce Castle and explore the sea caves there and at White Rocks before travelling along the beaches to Portrush and then following the shore line back to Portstewart..

As well as the amazing coastline, you will also be on the lookout for dolphins, seals and the wide range of seabirds including guillemots, razorbills, kittiwakes, puffins, fulmars, shags and gannets.

Each trip can have up to 12 passengers

Recommended for ages 5 years and above, under 16's must be accompanied with adult.

Booking is essential! Please contact us for our a full list of scheduled trips.

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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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