Definitely, our best selling tour is Cliffs Of Moher Tour. If you are coming over to Dublin, you really want to go and see the cliffs – you probably know them already from Harry Potter or Princess Bride (Cliffs of Insanity, anyone?).
They boldly claim: “The Cliffs of Moher are Ireland’s most visited natural attraction with a magical vista that captures the hearts of up to one million visitors every year.” You want to be one of those visitors! Seriously, you do!
Cliffs are standing 214m (702 feet) at their highest point they stretch for 8 kilometres (5 miles) along the Atlantic coast of County Clare in the west of Ireland. Stunning!
In terms of Cliff of Moher Tours, you have option to go and visit from both Dublin or Galway. From Dublin, tour to Cliffs of Moher is a full day thing. You can see more info here. From Galway, you can opt in for half day or full day tour – our receptionists will give you all info you need.
Usual itinerary for Cliffs of Moher tour from Dublin:
SUMMER Tour Itinerary (April to September)
06:50 Board the coach at Discover Ireland Centre on O’Connell St. (near the Savoy Cinema)
07:00 Wave goodbye to Dublin as we depart for the Wild West!
08:30 A ‘wee’ break for tea, coffee & restrooms near Athlone town.
10:00 Arrive in Galway and begin a relaxed 1 hour guided walk of this charming medieval city. Hear the legends of the Claddagh, Spanish Arch & St. Nick’s Church. See castles, walls and laneways which all have stories to tell, and much, much more…
11:30 Depart Galway for The Burren (home to 75% of Ireland’s native flora) and the Cliffs of Moher.
13:15 Arrive in the quaint fishing village of Doolin to enjoy some lunch (try the famous Seafood Chowder at Gus O’Conner’s or some delicious fudge from the Doolin Chocolate Shop!)
14:15 Arrive at the 8km long, 200m high Cliffs of Moher – with 2 hours to wander & explore!
16:15 Depart Cliffs of Moher returning to Galway via the Coast Road with spectacular views over the Aran Islands and Galway Bay – returning to Galway shortly after 18:00.
18:30 Depart Galway for Dublin (Express Shuttle Service)
21:00 Arrive back in Dublin City. The drop-off points are Bachelor’s Walk (near O’Connell St.) and Nassau St. (near Trinity College)
N.B. All times approximate, depending on how many Killer Sheep we meet…
You may want to travel more around Ireland – one of the best options is to book our 2 day tour of Ireland with a night in Dublin, Cliffs of Moher Tour and night in Galway! You can get that for only €60 per person! And besides awesome Dublin, you also get to spend a night in even more awesome Galway. That’s just the best thing ever! You also get to stay in Barnacles galway. #winning!
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