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From Galway: Aran Islands Day Trip & Cliffs of Moher Cruise

From Galway: Aran Islands Day Trip & Cliffs of Moher Cruise

Take a day trip to Inisheer (Inis Oirr) from Galway and discover the ancient churches and castles on the smallest of the Aran Islands. Visit the Cliffs of Moher and admire the coastal scenery. From the meeting point in Galway, get driven south along the Wild Atlantic Way and into the lunar-like Burren region. From there, head to the picturesque fishing village of Doolin where you’ll board the ferry to Inisheer. Once there, explore the island's churches, castles, lighthouses, shipwrecks, cafes, and pubs. Discover one of Ireland's most beautiful beaches and, if you like, take a pony and carriage, hire a bicycle, or stroll the country roads. Stop for a hearty meal at a traditional local pub before arriving at the Cliffs of Moher. You will receive free entry to the cliffs and the eco-sensitive visitor center. Take a stroll along the cliff edge and consider how tiny everything looks from above. Once we depart the Cliffs we travel alongside the edge of Galway Bay which is perhaps the most beautiful coastline in Ireland and is part of the larger, world-renowned Wild Atlantic Way.

From Galway: Cliffs of Moher Half-Day Express Trip

From Galway: Cliffs of Moher Half-Day Express Trip

Experience the Cliffs of Moher independently with a round-trip express service from Galway. Get access to the visitors center on arrival, and enjoy approximately 2 hours to explore at your own pace. Go for a stroll along the nature trails of the 214-meter high cliffs and get breathtaking views of the Atlantic Ocean. Look for up to 20 species of birds found in the area during nesting season. Learn more about the cliffs at the interactive exhibits, displays and virtual reality aerial tours of the visitors center before the return journey to Galway.

From Galway: Aran Islands & Cliffs of Moher Full-Day Trip

From Galway: Aran Islands & Cliffs of Moher Full-Day Trip

Discover the beauty of the Aran Islands and the Cliffs of Moher on a day trip from Galway. Take a bus through the karst landscape 'The Burren' and search for dolphins on the ferry to Inisheer Island. Spend free time exploring and admire the Cliffs of Moher on the return ferry.  Depart Galway and journey through the lunar landscape of The Burren as your make your way to the Cliffs of Moher. Pass pretty villages like Kilcolgan and Ballyvaughan on the way to Doolin. Board the ferry for a 30-minute crossing to Inisheer, and keep a look out for bottlenose dolphins on the way to the smallest of the Aran Islands. Get some free time to explore the ancient sites at your own pace. Use the time to hire a bike or explore by pony and trap. Cruise beneath the Cliffs of Moher on the return ferry crossing. Then, travel to the eco-friendly visitors center, where you can stroll along the cliff top before the return trip to Galway via the famous "matchmaking" town of Lisdoonvarna.

From Galway: Connemara and Connemara National Park Day Trip

From Galway: Connemara and Connemara National Park Day Trip

Explore Connemara National Park on a day trip from Galway. Pass through charming villages along the Wild Atlantic Way and enjoy 3 hours to explore the beautiful rural areas of Connemara. Meet your guide in the heart of Galway early in the morning and hop on the comfortable tour vehicle which will first take you through the Claddagh and Salthill and along the coastal road of Connemara which forms part of the Wild Atlantic Way. Learn about the unique culture and history of the area from your professional local guide. Travel along the Sky Road and enjoy panoramic views of the Atlantic Ocean as you pass local villages like Barna and Spiddal. Stop for 3 hours at the Connemara National Park. Take your time to explore trails that meander through 3,000 hectares of bog, mountains, grasslands, and woodlands. Afterward, board the bus for the return journey to Galway, with photo stops at Kylemore Abbey and the Quiet Man Bridge featured in the 1952 John Ford film.

County Cork: Whale & Dolphin Watching Boat Trip

County Cork: Whale & Dolphin Watching Boat Trip

Enjoy seascapes and the rugged Irish coastline as you cruise through the water spotting marine animals on this adventurous boat excursion. Catch sight of sunfish and even basking sharks with the help of a local skipper. Set off from the North Pier of Baltimore and head out to see offshore islands and marine wildlife. Walk around the deck for a panoramic experience. Sit to watch the wildlife in comfort and shield yourself from the wind when it's cooler. Learn about the wildlife from your expert guide.

From Dublin: Galway and Cliffs of Moher Day Tour

From Dublin: Galway and Cliffs of Moher Day Tour

Start your morning in Dublin and head to Galway, arriving at approximately 9:30 AM. You'll have 2.5 hours to discover the city, stop for a coffee or a cup of tea, or savor a full Irish breakfast. Stroll through the John Fitzgerald Kennedy Memorial Park at Eyre Square, enjoy an ice cream on the Salthill Promenade, or pick up local specialities such as Claddagh rings and Aran sweaters. From Galway, sit back and relax while driving the short distance to Liscannor along the Burren coastal route. Take in amazing vistas of the limestone countryside as you pass through ancient parishes such as Clarinbridge, Kilcolgan, Kinvarra, and Ballyvaughan. Enjoy lunch in Liscannor. Continue to the world-famous Cliffs of Moher. The cliffs are one of the world's greatest natural attractions, where you can enjoy a relaxed walk and breathtaking views. You'll have 1.5 hours to enjoy this incredible site, before departing at 16:00 PM to head back to Dublin.

From Galway: Cliffs of Moher and The Burren Full Day Tour

From Galway: Cliffs of Moher and The Burren Full Day Tour

Get back to nature on a day trip by bus from Galway to the Burren and Cliffs of Moher. Listen to your driver-guide share the history of Galway and the surrounding areas, as you journey through the infamous lunar-like landscapes of the Burren and its iconic limestone terrain. Depart from Galway and set out to visit Dunguaire Castle and see the former residence of the King of Connacht. Grab a photo with an Irish castle and take a tour through the underground cave at Aillwee Cave or relax and grab a coffee at the café.   Continue over Corkscrew Hill to arrive at the Cliffs of Moher, where you will have 1.5 hours to explore at your leisure. Experience a moment of magic as you stand atop the Cliffs of Moher facing the full force of the Wild Atlantic Way.   After visiting the cliffs, make your way to Doolin for a lunch stop before heading north up the Wild Atlantic Way coastal route back to Galway, offering a number of photo opportunities along the way. **Please Note** that Aillwee Cave will be closed Monday-Friday (inclusive) from the 8th of January to the 28th of January 2024. After this date Aillwee Cave will be closed on Thursdays and Fridays from the 29th of January to the 11th of February 2024

From Galway: Connemara and Kylemore Abbey Day Tour

From Galway: Connemara and Kylemore Abbey Day Tour

Explore picturesque little fishing villages and tour the magnificent Kylemore Abbey. Start in the morning and hit coastal road through the villages of Connemara. En route, your locally-sourced and fully-trained driver and guide will entertain you with facts and tales from the areas passed. Enjoy a stop at Peacockes Hotel for a tea or coffee. Drive through the bog landscape to the picturesque fishing village of Roundstone. AFter that, it's on to the Derrygimlagh bog and Wild Atlantic Way. Make the most of a 3 hour stop at the jewel of the crown of Connemara, Kylemore Abbey. Enjoy this magnificent castle before journeying back to Galway via the Inagh valley, including a stop on the Quiet Man Bridge.

Kerry: Full-Day Tour from Dublin

Kerry: Full-Day Tour from Dublin

This full-day tour from Dublin to Kerry takes you to a mystical and unspoiled region of Ireland that has attracted visitors for hundreds of years. The region boasts some of the finest coastal scenery in Europe. You’ll discover quaint towns and enjoy panoramic views of a landscape that was carved out of rock during the last Ice Age. Detailed Itinerary Adare On the way to Kerry you’ll stop at one of Ireland's most picturesque villages. Adare’s thatched cottages and lovely stone buildings line the village's broad main street. You’ll see medieval monasteries and ruins as well. Killarney National Park This is probably the most beautiful and admired national parks in the world. Admire the stunning views of the Lakes of Killarney and Black Valley at stops in Aghadoe and at Torc Waterfall. Enjoy a stroll by the lakes of Killarney. Town of Killarney Killarney is the best-known town in County Kerry and the gateway to the region. Surrounded by mountains and lakes, it’s easy to see why it has often been voted the best place to visit in Ireland. Take some time to explore the town. Torc Waterfall See this 18-meter-high waterfall that cascades through Friars Glen. Take a walk through the wooded area and enjoy the tranquility. Killorglin You’ll pass through Killorglin, home of the Puck Fair, an ancient Celtic festival where a goat is crowned king of the village. Dating back to 1613, this is one of the oldest festivals in the world. You’ll also see part of the famed Ring of Kerry on this part of the tour. Dingle Bay Enjoy a panoramic drive along the famous Dingle Peninsula. Stop to take in amazing views of Dingle Bay, and enjoy a visit to famed Inch beach, where the wild Atlantic hugs the Celtic shores. Wild Atlantic Way Your drive along Dingle Bay and the Atlantic Coast continues with even more breathtaking views. You’ll also drive along the well-known Wild Atlantic Way, and head to the other side of the Dingle Peninsula, where you’ll have spectacular views of Tralee Bay and the remote landscapes of the Dingle area. Inch Beach Inch Beach, stretching along the Atlantic coast for miles, is one of the most famous beaches in Ireland. Stop for a walk on the sand and admire the views of a site that has appeared in many movies.

From Dublin: Cliffs of Moher Small Group Tour

From Dublin: Cliffs of Moher Small Group Tour

Discover Ireland's beauty on a day trip from Dublin. See the Cliffs of Moher from above or from the water, Cliffs of Moher (from above or below), see the 15th-century Bunratty Castle, and relax in the comfortable Durty Nelly's Traditional Irish Pub. Begin your tour with a pickup from your Dublin hotel and head straight to the Cliffs of Moher. Choose from an optional boat tour (not included) or enjoy the view from the visitor center's telescopes. Skip the line at the visitor center and spend some time learning about the cliffs. Next, head to Bunratty Castle and Folk Park. As you explore, learn about this beautiful castle's rich history. Stroll through the Folk Park and enjoy some time in nature. Finish your day with a cheeky pint of local beer at Durty Nelly's Traditional Irish Pub just outside the park. On your drive back to Dublin, stop for refreshments before returning to your Dublin hotel.

Wild Atlantic Way: Our most recommended tours and activities

From Galway: Aran Islands Day Trip & Cliffs of Moher Cruise

From Galway: Aran Islands Day Trip & Cliffs of Moher Cruise

Take a day trip to Inisheer (Inis Oirr) from Galway and discover the ancient churches and castles on the smallest of the Aran Islands. Visit the Cliffs of Moher and admire the coastal scenery. From the meeting point in Galway, get driven south along the Wild Atlantic Way and into the lunar-like Burren region. From there, head to the picturesque fishing village of Doolin where you’ll board the ferry to Inisheer. Once there, explore the island's churches, castles, lighthouses, shipwrecks, cafes, and pubs. Discover one of Ireland's most beautiful beaches and, if you like, take a pony and carriage, hire a bicycle, or stroll the country roads. Stop for a hearty meal at a traditional local pub before arriving at the Cliffs of Moher. You will receive free entry to the cliffs and the eco-sensitive visitor center. Take a stroll along the cliff edge and consider how tiny everything looks from above. Once we depart the Cliffs we travel alongside the edge of Galway Bay which is perhaps the most beautiful coastline in Ireland and is part of the larger, world-renowned Wild Atlantic Way.

From Galway: Cliffs of Moher Half-Day Express Trip

From Galway: Cliffs of Moher Half-Day Express Trip

Experience the Cliffs of Moher independently with a round-trip express service from Galway. Get access to the visitors center on arrival, and enjoy approximately 2 hours to explore at your own pace. Go for a stroll along the nature trails of the 214-meter high cliffs and get breathtaking views of the Atlantic Ocean. Look for up to 20 species of birds found in the area during nesting season. Learn more about the cliffs at the interactive exhibits, displays and virtual reality aerial tours of the visitors center before the return journey to Galway.

From Galway: Aran Islands & Cliffs of Moher Full-Day Trip

From Galway: Aran Islands & Cliffs of Moher Full-Day Trip

Discover the beauty of the Aran Islands and the Cliffs of Moher on a day trip from Galway. Take a bus through the karst landscape 'The Burren' and search for dolphins on the ferry to Inisheer Island. Spend free time exploring and admire the Cliffs of Moher on the return ferry.  Depart Galway and journey through the lunar landscape of The Burren as your make your way to the Cliffs of Moher. Pass pretty villages like Kilcolgan and Ballyvaughan on the way to Doolin. Board the ferry for a 30-minute crossing to Inisheer, and keep a look out for bottlenose dolphins on the way to the smallest of the Aran Islands. Get some free time to explore the ancient sites at your own pace. Use the time to hire a bike or explore by pony and trap. Cruise beneath the Cliffs of Moher on the return ferry crossing. Then, travel to the eco-friendly visitors center, where you can stroll along the cliff top before the return trip to Galway via the famous "matchmaking" town of Lisdoonvarna.

From Galway: Connemara and Connemara National Park Day Trip

From Galway: Connemara and Connemara National Park Day Trip

Explore Connemara National Park on a day trip from Galway. Pass through charming villages along the Wild Atlantic Way and enjoy 3 hours to explore the beautiful rural areas of Connemara. Meet your guide in the heart of Galway early in the morning and hop on the comfortable tour vehicle which will first take you through the Claddagh and Salthill and along the coastal road of Connemara which forms part of the Wild Atlantic Way. Learn about the unique culture and history of the area from your professional local guide. Travel along the Sky Road and enjoy panoramic views of the Atlantic Ocean as you pass local villages like Barna and Spiddal. Stop for 3 hours at the Connemara National Park. Take your time to explore trails that meander through 3,000 hectares of bog, mountains, grasslands, and woodlands. Afterward, board the bus for the return journey to Galway, with photo stops at Kylemore Abbey and the Quiet Man Bridge featured in the 1952 John Ford film.

County Cork: Whale & Dolphin Watching Boat Trip

County Cork: Whale & Dolphin Watching Boat Trip

Enjoy seascapes and the rugged Irish coastline as you cruise through the water spotting marine animals on this adventurous boat excursion. Catch sight of sunfish and even basking sharks with the help of a local skipper. Set off from the North Pier of Baltimore and head out to see offshore islands and marine wildlife. Walk around the deck for a panoramic experience. Sit to watch the wildlife in comfort and shield yourself from the wind when it's cooler. Learn about the wildlife from your expert guide.

From Dublin: Galway and Cliffs of Moher Day Tour

From Dublin: Galway and Cliffs of Moher Day Tour

Start your morning in Dublin and head to Galway, arriving at approximately 9:30 AM. You'll have 2.5 hours to discover the city, stop for a coffee or a cup of tea, or savor a full Irish breakfast. Stroll through the John Fitzgerald Kennedy Memorial Park at Eyre Square, enjoy an ice cream on the Salthill Promenade, or pick up local specialities such as Claddagh rings and Aran sweaters. From Galway, sit back and relax while driving the short distance to Liscannor along the Burren coastal route. Take in amazing vistas of the limestone countryside as you pass through ancient parishes such as Clarinbridge, Kilcolgan, Kinvarra, and Ballyvaughan. Enjoy lunch in Liscannor. Continue to the world-famous Cliffs of Moher. The cliffs are one of the world's greatest natural attractions, where you can enjoy a relaxed walk and breathtaking views. You'll have 1.5 hours to enjoy this incredible site, before departing at 16:00 PM to head back to Dublin.

From Galway: Cliffs of Moher and The Burren Full Day Tour

From Galway: Cliffs of Moher and The Burren Full Day Tour

Get back to nature on a day trip by bus from Galway to the Burren and Cliffs of Moher. Listen to your driver-guide share the history of Galway and the surrounding areas, as you journey through the infamous lunar-like landscapes of the Burren and its iconic limestone terrain. Depart from Galway and set out to visit Dunguaire Castle and see the former residence of the King of Connacht. Grab a photo with an Irish castle and take a tour through the underground cave at Aillwee Cave or relax and grab a coffee at the café.   Continue over Corkscrew Hill to arrive at the Cliffs of Moher, where you will have 1.5 hours to explore at your leisure. Experience a moment of magic as you stand atop the Cliffs of Moher facing the full force of the Wild Atlantic Way.   After visiting the cliffs, make your way to Doolin for a lunch stop before heading north up the Wild Atlantic Way coastal route back to Galway, offering a number of photo opportunities along the way. **Please Note** that Aillwee Cave will be closed Monday-Friday (inclusive) from the 8th of January to the 28th of January 2024. After this date Aillwee Cave will be closed on Thursdays and Fridays from the 29th of January to the 11th of February 2024

From Galway: Connemara and Kylemore Abbey Day Tour

From Galway: Connemara and Kylemore Abbey Day Tour

Explore picturesque little fishing villages and tour the magnificent Kylemore Abbey. Start in the morning and hit coastal road through the villages of Connemara. En route, your locally-sourced and fully-trained driver and guide will entertain you with facts and tales from the areas passed. Enjoy a stop at Peacockes Hotel for a tea or coffee. Drive through the bog landscape to the picturesque fishing village of Roundstone. AFter that, it's on to the Derrygimlagh bog and Wild Atlantic Way. Make the most of a 3 hour stop at the jewel of the crown of Connemara, Kylemore Abbey. Enjoy this magnificent castle before journeying back to Galway via the Inagh valley, including a stop on the Quiet Man Bridge.

Kerry: Full-Day Tour from Dublin

Kerry: Full-Day Tour from Dublin

This full-day tour from Dublin to Kerry takes you to a mystical and unspoiled region of Ireland that has attracted visitors for hundreds of years. The region boasts some of the finest coastal scenery in Europe. You’ll discover quaint towns and enjoy panoramic views of a landscape that was carved out of rock during the last Ice Age. Detailed Itinerary Adare On the way to Kerry you’ll stop at one of Ireland's most picturesque villages. Adare’s thatched cottages and lovely stone buildings line the village's broad main street. You’ll see medieval monasteries and ruins as well. Killarney National Park This is probably the most beautiful and admired national parks in the world. Admire the stunning views of the Lakes of Killarney and Black Valley at stops in Aghadoe and at Torc Waterfall. Enjoy a stroll by the lakes of Killarney. Town of Killarney Killarney is the best-known town in County Kerry and the gateway to the region. Surrounded by mountains and lakes, it’s easy to see why it has often been voted the best place to visit in Ireland. Take some time to explore the town. Torc Waterfall See this 18-meter-high waterfall that cascades through Friars Glen. Take a walk through the wooded area and enjoy the tranquility. Killorglin You’ll pass through Killorglin, home of the Puck Fair, an ancient Celtic festival where a goat is crowned king of the village. Dating back to 1613, this is one of the oldest festivals in the world. You’ll also see part of the famed Ring of Kerry on this part of the tour. Dingle Bay Enjoy a panoramic drive along the famous Dingle Peninsula. Stop to take in amazing views of Dingle Bay, and enjoy a visit to famed Inch beach, where the wild Atlantic hugs the Celtic shores. Wild Atlantic Way Your drive along Dingle Bay and the Atlantic Coast continues with even more breathtaking views. You’ll also drive along the well-known Wild Atlantic Way, and head to the other side of the Dingle Peninsula, where you’ll have spectacular views of Tralee Bay and the remote landscapes of the Dingle area. Inch Beach Inch Beach, stretching along the Atlantic coast for miles, is one of the most famous beaches in Ireland. Stop for a walk on the sand and admire the views of a site that has appeared in many movies.

From Dublin: Cliffs of Moher Small Group Tour

From Dublin: Cliffs of Moher Small Group Tour

Discover Ireland's beauty on a day trip from Dublin. See the Cliffs of Moher from above or from the water, Cliffs of Moher (from above or below), see the 15th-century Bunratty Castle, and relax in the comfortable Durty Nelly's Traditional Irish Pub. Begin your tour with a pickup from your Dublin hotel and head straight to the Cliffs of Moher. Choose from an optional boat tour (not included) or enjoy the view from the visitor center's telescopes. Skip the line at the visitor center and spend some time learning about the cliffs. Next, head to Bunratty Castle and Folk Park. As you explore, learn about this beautiful castle's rich history. Stroll through the Folk Park and enjoy some time in nature. Finish your day with a cheeky pint of local beer at Durty Nelly's Traditional Irish Pub just outside the park. On your drive back to Dublin, stop for refreshments before returning to your Dublin hotel.

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Great tour, a long day but so many wonderful things to see. Getting to see the Cliffs of Moher from below and above was really cool. Patrick was an excellent drive, very informative and funny guide! I don't often repeat tours, but I would do this one again!

i thought from start ot finish the trip was first class. the Guide was brilliant ( i wish i could remember his name ) lots of great stories about Ireland too .This trip is really good value for money, i would highly recommend taking it

Great driver and tourguide as well. The trip was a very chill trip. Lots of short stopovers for a quick photo ops. Overall, it was a very relaxing ride while learning about history of Ireland.

Really enjoyable fabulous setting plenty of restaurants ice cream bars and coffee shops would recommend the surf instructors were really helpful

Highlight on our trip to Ireland! Highly recommend doing this tour