Belfast & Northern Ireland

Ulsterbus Tours

If you like what you’ve read in our Northern Ireland Highlights & Hidden Gems section (and why wouldn’t you?) and want to explore more without having to hire a car and sat nav yourself around the country, then these value-for-money daytours are fantastic, hassle-free ways to see the sights.

Seven themes - Cruises & Boat Trips, Scenery & Main Tourist Attractions, Events, Culture, Heritage & Genealogy, Local Food & Produce, Family Days Out and Shopping - cover all six counties, with some also dipping into Sligo, Dublin and Donegal. Over forty itineraries range from cruises to Rathlin Island, daytrips to Fermanagh's lakelands, drives around Donegal’s dramatic Inishowen Peninsula and shoreline excursions of Strangford Lough.

The ever-popular Antrim Coast and Giant’s Causeway are also on the map, as are the stand-out scenic Mourne Mountains and Silent Valley. And foodies will love the new tours serving up the best in local cuisine. Entrance fees and, on some trips, lunch are included in the price (check ahead to confirm) which means you usually don’t need to worry about spending over the odds.

Friendly, knowledgeable and experienced drivers, comfortable luxury coaches, and tour guides on a selection of trips, ensure a memorable day out. Plan carefully and you could end up seeing a lot more of NI – even in a small space of time – than you ever thought possible. We may be small in space but we definitely pack a scenic punch.


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We went to The Blackforest and the Rhyne 2012, it was really nice, but with my husband having a walking disablity , it was not suitable and I think this should be put on the website. The drivers want you to rush on and off the (Ships, Boats) which my husband cant do. But in saying that we both enjoyed our trip. Bus drivers, please please dont rush people x
M Gowling

What happened to the old brochure. I like all the day tours in one place instead of having to click on each one. This is not as good as it used to be.
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