Child (Under 12): €45
We apologise but we cannot accept reservations for babies under 2 years of age.
Availability: Everyday, All Year Round
Drop Off: Approx 7.30pm O Connell Street, Dublin
Voted Irelands favourite tourist attraction 2019 by Irish Independent readers and voted the seventh most wonderful heritage site in the world by UNESCO the Cliffs of Moher are situated along the Wild Atlantic Way.
The breath-taking Cliffs have faced the Atlantic Ocean for over 350 million years and their beauty is incomparable. When you gaze upon this majestic sight you will soon understand why it is Irelands most visited Tourist Attraction.
We will be boarding from 6.45am and departing at 7.00am and starting our journey to the beautiful west of Ireland. We aim to show you as much as we can on this one day tour from the East to the West of this magnificent country. Our highly experienced guides and tour bus drivers will share their wealth of knowledge about Irish history and legends along the way.
Barack Obama Plaza – Rest Stop
Located in Moneygall Co. Offaly home to Irish born and son of the local shoemaker Falmouth Kearney is part of Irish American history as the 3rd Great Grandfather to former President of the United States Barack Obama. You can take this opportunity to use the restrooms, stretch your legs, stock up on some refreshments or enjoy a relaxing tea or coffee.
Bunratty Castle and Folk Park – Free Time and Photo Opportunity
A large 15th century tower house in Co. Clare. Bunratty castle is the most complete and authentic medieval fortress in Ireland. Built in 1425 it was restored to its former medieval splendour in 1954 and now contains mainly 15th and 16th century furnishings, tapestries and works of art capturing the mood of those times.
Bunratty folk park includes a living reconstruction of homes in Ireland over a century ago. It is set on 26 acres and features over 30 buildings in a living village and rural setting for you to enjoy village life from 19th century Ireland.
You will have approximately one hour to take in the wonderful sites of Bunratty castle. Customers have the option of entering the castle and folk park (entrance fee not included in tour price).
Doolin Village – Lunch Stop
Situated on the Wild Atlantic Way boasting some of the most breathtaking scenery in Ireland and with a colourful and welcoming village and restaurant where you have the option of purchasing a delicious lunch. Located on the edge of the historic Burren in Northwest Co. Clare and within easy reach of the majestic Cliffs of Moher and the unique Aran Islands. Doolin’s dramatic landscape cannot easily be forgotten.
Cliffs of Moher
The Cliffs rise to 214 metres (702ft) at their highest point and range over 8kms (5 miles) over the Atlantic Ocean. In 1835 O’Briens tower which is a round stone tower near the mid point of the cliffs was built by Sir Cornelius O’Brien and from her visitiors can see the Aran Islands and Galway Bay, The Maumtucks and 12 pins mountain ranges to the north in Co. Galway and Loop Head to the south.
It is estimated that 1.5 million people visit this amazing site every year. The Cliffs take their name from an old promontory fort called Mothar or Moher which once stood on Hag’s Head the southernmost point of the cliffs coast which is now the site of Moher Tower.
The Cliffs of Moher visitor experience won an award in the Interpret Britain and Ireland awards 2007 awarded by the association of heritage interpretation. The Cliffs consist mainly of beds of narmurian shale and sandstone with the oldest rocks being found at the bottom of the cliffs. At peak season there are an estimated 30,000 pairs of birds living on the cliffs representing more than 20 species. These include the Atlantic Puffins and Razor Bills. A wide range of sea life can also be seen from grey seals to porpoises, dolphins, minke whales and basking sharks.
The cliffs have also appeared in numerous media including movies such as the princess bride, harry potter and the half blood prince and leap year. The cliffs are most certainly an attraction not to be missed. Would you travel to Egypt and not visit the pyramids? You cannot travel to Ireland and not experience this amazing attraction.
The Burren National Park
The Burren National Park Located in the South Eastern Corner of the Burren and approximately 1500 hectares in size. It contains examples of all the major habitats within the Burren for example Limestone pavement, calcareous grassland, hazel scrub, ash and hazel woodland, turloughs, lakes, springs and cliffs. The word Burren comes from an Irish word Boireann meaning a rocky place. The terrain that exists within the bands of the Burren is so varied that the flowers and plants found there are remarkable in their diversity. It truly is an amazing site to behold.
Dunguaire Castle Kinvarra – Photostop
Dunguaire Caste and its history lies at the heart of Ireland literary revival in the early 20th century. It was built in 1520 by the O’Hynes Clan on the picturesque shores of Galway Bay. Take this opportunity to take some beautiful photographs.
What to bring
What is included?
Transport guides and all admissions
What is not included?
About the vehicle:
Luxury air-conditioned coaches with 4G Wi-Fi
About our guides
You will be accompanied by two members of staff. A driver and a guide
- Adult €55.00
- Student €50.00
- Child: €45.00.
Unfortunately for health and safety reasons we cannot allow children under two years of age on this tour.
For cancellations up to 48 prior to departure a 20% and fee will be imposed. For cancellations less than 24 hours, a 50% of the total amount will be charged.
Cancellation notice must be given by email. If no cancellation notice is given their refund policy is then at the discretion of the reservations Department.