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Cliffs of Moher Tour Including Wild Atlantic Way and Galway City from Dublin

County Dublin, Ireland
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13 hours (Approx.)
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Offered in: English


Escape the hustle and bustle of Dublin in favor of the rugged coastal splendor of the Cliff’s of Moher and Galway City on an enriching full-day excursion from the Irish capital. From the comfort of a luxury coach, admire stunning Irish countryside and travel along the Wild Atlantic Way to the incredible 700-foot high Cliffs of Moher. Browse intriguing exhibitions in the visitor center; marvel at the lunar limestone landscape of Burren, renowned for its rare flowers; and absorb the cosmopolitan charm of Galway City during some leisurely free time.
  • Full-day trip by coach from Dublin to the Cliffs of Moher, the Burren and Galway City
  • Gain admission to the Cliffs of Moher Visitor Experience, a state-of-the-art visitor center with engaging exhibits
  • Stroll along the cliffs and admire views out to Galway Bay and the Aran Islands
  • Explore the stark and otherworldly terrain of the Burren region
  • Travel along part of Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way, a scenic coastal route
  • Premium admission included to Visitors Centre 2 hour stop
  • Enjoy a 2 hour visit to Galway City which includes the opportunity to avail of a complimentary guided walking tour of the City Centre with lots of free time
  • Uniquely offering a separate tour guide to the driver you will be entertained with stories of Irish folklore, music, history and lots of fun

Why Travelers Choose This Tour

Visit the Atlantic Coast and Galway, with a long stop at the Cliffs of Moher.
Emerge early and depart from your Dublin hotel in a comfortable, air-conditioned luxury touring coach fitted with free 4G wifi destined for Ireland’s West Coast. Receive a fascinating introduction to the region from your expert guide as you gaze out of the window at the staggering scenery on the Wild Atlantic Way. Admire the medieval Bunratty Castle and quaint village of Lahinch before arriving at the magnificent Cliffs of Moher. On route to the Cliffs of Moher there is a 20 minute rest break, enjoy a coffee and light snacks.
Revitalize with a drink or snack in the café (own expense) and then immerse yourself in the engaging exhibits of the visitor center. Experience the exhilaration of Ledge, a virtual-reality cliff-face adventure, and then head outside to marvel at the natural majesty of the 700-foot-high cliffs. Gaze at the stunning 5-mile (8-km) stretch of the Cliffs of Moher and capture fantastic photographs from a variety of excellent vantage points. 
After two hours of independent exploration, travel onward to Burren to admire the distinctive lunar landscape of limestone quarries and distinctive plant species. Next, head to Galway City to embrace the vibrant atmosphere of the former fishing village. Embark on an introductory 30-minute walking tour of the city and its harbor, and then spend the remainder of the tour exploring independently. 
Reconvene with your guide at a pre-arranged time and relax during the journey back to central Dublin, where the tour concludes.

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Viator Traveler's Reviews

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, May 2019

Me and my friend Crystal really enjoyed this tour! From start to finish our tour guide Dave and driver Marshall were great! Dave provided the tour group with a lot of Irish history! If anyone asks me if this is a great tour I would tell them don’t hesitate just go on it!

Timothy H
, May 2019

Wonderful tour! The cliffs are absolutely beautiful and tour is well structured so you’re able to see everything in one day. Galway is also a lovely city and you get about two hours to enjoy the shops and restaurants there. Definitely recommend spending a day doing this tour while in Dublin.

Thomas P
, May 2019

Excellent tour guide and bus driver. Pretty much the right length of time. Lunch options in Galway were excellent.

Frank C
, May 2019

Tour guide was young and energetic but spent more time talking about the origin of Irish terms and drinking establishments than the history of what we were touring and preparing us on what we were about to view. Disappointed.

Indranie S
, May 2019

From the moment we set foot on the coach we were kept entertained and informed . We went on April 30th with Wild Rover tours, I don’t remember the name of the tour guide but he was absolutely fantastic. We felt like a big family on a journey together. Thank you.

Samuel N
, May 2019

Have used Viator in the past with no problem. This time, agent provided incorrect information about hotel pickup causing us to miss the tour. Worst part was that Viator denied its fault, doubting our side of the story. Will never use them again.

Kevin K
, May 2019

The Cliffs of Moher were amazing and we were lucky enough to have a beautiful day. The time allotted was good. The trip along the wild Atlantic way and brief stop at the Burren was a nice little break on the way to Galway. We definitely would have liked more time in Galway but due to the length of time to get back to Dublin we understood why it wasn’t longer. Our driver John did a great job maneuvering the bus through the narrow streets. Aisling was very knowledgeable.

Miranda F
, Apr 2019

Our guide Tara and bus driver Sean were very funny and knowledgeable! We got beautiful weather to see the Cliffs, Galway, and the Burren Rocks. It’s a longer tour so all the time on the bus was a bit rough, maybe an extra rest break would’ve been ideal. Had 2 hours at the Cliffs and 2 hours in Galway, but Galway included the lunch stop so I wish we had just a bit more time there to explore. Otherwise I would recommend this trip, as it was well organized and saw plenty.

Lindsey C
, Apr 2019

This was a fun day. We had 2 hours at the cliffs which I found sufficient. The drive was gorgeous and the tour guide was engaging and funny in her storytelling and general tour-guiding.
I would have liked longer in Galway. under two hours was not nearly enough time. I barely had time to eat and buy a sweater.
The bus was comfortable and had USB outlets for phone charging. The bus was completely packed and I prefer the very front but I respected the "reserved" sign even though the seats were not actually reserved and others took those seats.
Sit on the left side of the bus for the best views.

Sergio M
, Apr 2019

it is true that the places we visited were nice but we spent 8 hours in the bus and only 4 hours (2 hours or less per place) for visits. I believe it could be better if you are able to stay for the night.

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