These dramatic cliffs are a must-see! The entertaining guides and the enthralling scenery on this tour make the hours on the coach fly by.
This is an amazing day trip from Dublin, and we had a brilliant tour guide in Bud. It starts early in the morning arrive early to claim your coach seat, so that you can get in a full day of sites. You will learn plenty about Irish history and culture, and you will spend ample time at the Cliffs of Moher. If the weather cooperates, you will have a fantastic day with this tour outfit.
Well organized, comfortable bus, jaw-dropping views and Michael the guide/driver/sit-down-comedian/singer were absolutely worth the money. Excellent trip and I totally recommend spend a day getting to know the amazing and unique views Ireland has to offer.
A fantastic trip! I would recommend it to anyone! Everything was fantastic, but the best bit was our driver/guide - Joseph! What a lovely, and talented man! Sings beautifully, tells stories, facts, talks about history and love! We couldn't have asked for more! Thank you Joseph for making this trip such a memorable experience! It was really special!
An outstanding tour that I raved to my friends and family about back home. The tour guide was a hoot, and kept us entertained the whole time, while staying quiet for a few hours on the way out west as he let us sleep.
Our first pit stop was in the middle of the country at the Barack Obama Plaza. If one must have a rest stop, why not make it a tourist attraction! There was a little exhibit about Obama's visit to the town, and all the US Presidents with Irish ancestry, Obama included.
We then went to the Cliffs, which were the highlight of my week-long trip to Ireland. If you have the stomach for it, don't just stick to the fenced off main pathway ending in a cutesy little fake castle where most of the tourists go. There are two exits from this official path, both of which have signs saying THIS IS NOT AN OFFICIAL PATH, BEWARE. If you go on the unofficial path to the left, you'll still encounter a large number of tourists and realize that this, indeed, is also pretty official looking. There's a fenced off area, and once you approach the edge of the cliffs, there are still many meters of flat surface between you and the edge, so there's really no danger.
If you aren't afraid of heights, I recommend going to the unofficial path to the right. Be careful, and be safe, and don't go too close to the edge, but if you follow this path to its peak and very few did, only a handful, you'll get solitude and the best view of your entire life, at the edge of the world. It was the most breathtaking experience I've ever had. When I showed my mom a picture of me at the edge later on, she nearly had a panic attack.
Then we stopped for lunch in a B and B/pub in a tiny village, and it was excellent Irish fare. Beef stew, beer, and whiskey to your heart's content.
Our next stop was this cool field of stone that I don't recall the name for, but I believe it's a national park.
We finally stopped in a beautiful bayside village before returning to Dublin. Perfect trip!
Our driver did a nice job of providing information along the way. The cliffs are amazing. It was a nice stop for breakfast since the bus leaves so early.
My daughter and I really enjoyed the tour. And the driver alec was very good. I would recommend anybody to go on the tour.
The best part of the trip was Alexander our tour bus driver who gave us the most incredible view of Dublin
The scene is amazing! Don't miss it
Great day! Bud and his wife were very informative, great trip, beautiful pictures.
Just amazing !
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