Starts in Dublin / Ends in Dublin
Explore the town of Doolin
The breathtaking Cliffs of Moher
The Burren National Park
Visit the city of Galway
Cliffs of Moher Day Tour Itinerary
6:50am : Depart Dublin
Our Cliffs of Moher Trip meets at the Molly Malone Statue on Suffolk Street. We recommend you arrive at the departure point at least 15 minutes early. Our tours leave on time so please be there with plenty of time to spare before the departure. Your guide will introduce themselves to you and all the other adventurous travelers. Sit back and relax on our comfortable coach as we make our way to the west coast, passing charming towns, villages and lush countryside along the way.
11:00am : Cliffs Of Moher
We arrive at the main highlight of our cliffs of Moher tour, the Cliffs! We have the chance to explore this beautiful landmark. Take in the amazing vistas from this vantage point. You have an hour and a half to take in all that the cliffs have to offer. Walk along the cliff tops, see O'Brien's Tower and admire this scenic location. Included in the price is entrance to the Cliffs and an interactive presentation which is shown in the visitors centre. There is also a gift shop for the shoppers amongst you! Take your time and enjoy the landscape as this is the highlight of your tour. These magnificent formations will leave an unforgettable impression on your mind and will no doubt be one of the highlights of your visit to Ireland.
12:45pm : Lunch Doolin
After our morning walk, it's time for lunch, so we head to Doolin - a beautiful village famed for its traditional music. It is also famed for its delicious food. We usually go to Fitzpatrick’s Pub where the seafood is particularly good. Don’t worry if you are not a fan of seafood, there are plenty of other options available. Relax and enjoy your meal as soon we'll be getting on the bus again for more adventures and scenic views.
2:00pm : The Burren
The next highlight on the Cliffs of Moher tour is the Burren, a karst/limestone area with a unique ecosystem producing beautiful wild orchids. The word "Burren" comes from an Irish word, "Boíreann," meaning a rocky place, an appropriate name! Admire the view from the top of the hill if you’re game to walk up the rocky hill face to the top. You can also walk down to the cliffs to see the ocean swirling beneath you. Just don’t step too close to the edge! It is almost like taking a walk on the moon as you traverse the lunar surface.
3:45pm : Galway City
Your final destination is Galway city. Galway is renowned for its brightly painted pubs, live music and cafés. It is a city steeped in history, explore the meandering streets and listen to the many street performers from around the world who call this city their home. Remnants of the medieval town walls lie between shops selling Aran sweaters, handcrafted Claddagh rings and stacks of second-hand and new books. This ‘City of Tribes’ will be a stop to remember on your day tour!
7:45pm : Arrive back in Dublin
We arrive back in Dublin having experienced the stunning views of Ireland's west coast and seeing the #1 most visited natural attraction in Ireland.