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Visit the Aran Islands and the Cliffs of Moher in one day on this full-day tour from Galway. Travel along the Wild Atlantic Way with your guide, through pretty villages including Ballindereen, Clarenbridge and Kilcolgan. Take the ferry from the fishing village of Doolin to Inisheer Island and enjoy free time at your leisure. Then, pass beneath the mighty Cliffs of Moher on the return ferry back to Doolin. Soak up spectacular views from atop the Cliffs of Moher, then take in the Burren and Lisdoonvarna on route back to Galway.
Marvel at the magnitude of the Cliffs of Moher on this unforgettable 1-hour cruise from Doolin. Soak up the scenery of Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way from a unique angle, as you sail beneath the mighty 700-foot (213 meter) high sea cliffs. Along the way, glide past the 'An Branaunmore' sea stack, spot the cliff-top O'Brien's Tower and look out for Puffins, Razorbills, and Guillemots swooping along the cliffs.
Leave the towns of Western Ireland behind for the day and head out to Inis Oirr on a ferry. This day trip will take you from Doolin to the smallest of the Aran Islands in Galway Bay, an island dotted with ancient ruins, secluded beaches and astonishing ocean views. Explore Inis Oirr without a tour group holding you back, and sail under the Cliffs of Moher, an ancient rockface that towers over the Atlantic Ocean, on the way back.
The Aran Islands are renowned for their ancient ruins and rugged landscapes, but you don’t have to take a guided tour. Enjoy a self-guided visit to the island of Inis Oirr with round-trip boat transfers from Doolin, a choice of departure times, and plenty of free time to discover the island at your own pace.
Watch the sun set over the Wild Atlantic Way coastline from the best possible vantage point on this evening kayaking tour. You'll be provided with a kayak, paddle, and snorkeling equipment to properly explore the coastline under the supervision of your guide. Traveling with a small group of just 10 people or fewer will ensure personalized attention from your guide and an intimate group atmosphere.
When your cruise ship docks in port, know that you have a special sunset excursion planned: a kayaking tour along the Wild Atlantic Way. With all equipment and instruction provided, you can paddle and snorkel throughout the Connemara sea caves and even jump in to snorkel and maybe spot some seals and dolphins. Enjoy the best possible vantage point of the evening sunset from the water.
Get the best chance of catching brown trout in Lough Corrib by traveling with a dedicated guide on this day trip in County Galway. Hop aboard a local fisherman's boat for a ride out to the local spots where trout bite the most. Bring along your own picnic lunch as well as tackle and flies, but fishing equipment will be provided. Midday, stop on a local island to relax with lunch and some commentary on the local ecosystem.
The "Corrib Queen" departs from Oughterard pier daily (except Tuesdays) at 12:00pm, and sails onto Inchagoill Island. En route passengers experience awe inspiring views of the Connemara mountains, and experience the beauty of Lough Corrib's 365 islands.Having arrived on Inchagoill Island, passengers will be given a guided tour at St. Patricks monastic site
which dates back to the 5th century.
Leaving Inchagoill Island we continue our cruise onto the world-renowned Ashford Castle in Cong arriving there at approx
13:30. Passengers at this point have the option of taking the 1 km walk to the quaint village of Cong, famous as the location of John Ford's 1951 classic
Hollywood movie "The Quiet Man". Passengers also have the option of enjoying the beautiful grounds of Ashford Castle,
The Oughterard Cruise ticket price includes admission to the gardens at Ashford Castle. At 17:00 passengers will then board the Corrib Queen for direct transfer to Oughterard, arriving at approximately 18:00.
Go fly fishing on Lough Corrib during a full-day tour in County Galway. Join a guide for a day’s fishing on this large lake known for its brown trout fishery and admire views of the beautiful scenery. Learn new skills and try your hand at fly fishing in several hot spots around the lake. The guide with a boat and fishing equipment are included.