- See iconic landmarks used for the hit TV show
- Amazing overhead views of Giant’s Causeway and Dunluce Castle
When the HBO location-scouts were looking for their primary filming base for ‘Game of Thrones’ they discounted 14 countries before finally choosing Northern Ireland. Why? The astonishingly diverse landscapes here, dotted with ancient but well-preserved castles. Since it became one of the most successful and popular TV shows ever made, fans have loved visiting the places where their favourite scenes have been filmed. With this awesome Northern Ireland helicopter tour you get to see some of the most famous locations, but from above.
See Binevenagh / the Dothraki Grasslands; Downhill Beach / Dragonstone; Portstewart Strand / Coast of Dorne; Ballintoy Harbour / Lordsport Harbour and Larrybane / The Stormlands as you get your George R. R. Martin fix. It’s easy to see why the magnificent scenery of the North Antrim coast appealed, these rolling green hills are just sublime. You’ll also admire the famed Giant’s Causeway, Dunluce Castle and the Carrick-a-rede rope bridge on this hour-long journey to a land of fire and ice.