North Ireland without a car

We have driven in the UK several times in th past and can't deal with that anymore. We are heading to NI after a trip starting in Sweden and Norway and winding up with Scotlan,England and Wales. We can manage all of that but NI presents a challenge. We will fly into Belfast, no car needed. We really want to see Donegal and the Giants Causeway. Can't find tours for Donegal. Have found several for the Causeway. One is a train translink, between Londonderry and Coleraine. We will spend 2 days in the Derry area.
Any insight??

Posted by Michael
Griffith, IN, USA
440 posts

Your question is a little confusing. Is it you don't want to rent a car?

Posted by Sheila
Middleszex, NJ, USA
11 posts

Hi Michael, We do not want to drivr in Ireland. We are looking to see if there is a way to tour Donegal without a car. Is there a tour guide we can hire or a tour group that does the Donegal "loop" so to speak. Is the train link trip a good choice to travel to Derry. We think we should use Derry as our base for the Causeway and a possible tour of Donegal
Thanks for your response Sheila