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So our first full day in Ireland we took this your. The first half of the day was sunny and then ended windy and rainy. Nevertheless, it was a great tour and value! The Cliffs were windy but still beautiful to see. The drive was fine and it was only 3 of us so pretty much our own pace. Our driver was John and was funny and witty and a great host. We will most definitely let everyone know about cow sleeping bags and jeerifs :
This tour was so much better than what we ever expected. Not only did the clouds finally part on the stunning Cliffs oh Moher, but we had the most amazing tour guide in Brian Glynn. He too us the advertised spots, and then much more than that. We heard about local history, Had a chance to shop, went to an amazing chocolate making business, and even stop for tea and dessert. I would describe this day as completely charming!! Above and beyond expectations!
Even though the weather was miserable, the guide still made the tour informative,entertaining and enjoyable.
George was one of the best tour guides we've ever had. Great tour did anything and everything we wanted. George even walked us to a Quaint little restaurant in Galway after the tour was over. Fabulous
Of course the weather played a big part why I did not give this a 5 star. The driver was good but, I believe he was a bit under the weather himself. All in all it was a worth whiled trip for sure and I would certainly go with the guide cozy nice van again and highly recommend this tour and with the Viator company.
A really great experience. My tour guide was incredibly knowledgeable and the sites were spectacular!
Breathtaking view form the Cliffs, but everything else let me a little underwhelmed. Our guide in particular seemed to be the most silent guide in the history of tours, barely speaking for more than a minute at the time.
The tour is fine to see everything with few time.
I didnt enjoy the cave....too much time to see nothing.
The worst trip ever in a lifetime of touring. We were moved from the land only trip we booked to one with two compulsory small boat trips in a force 5 gale in the 'wild Atlantic Way' to visit Aran. Half the boat were sick on the way there and a third on the direct way back as we chose not to extend the misery by over doubling the trip to see the rock formation. however those who did lessened the time on dry land so I never got to see the rocks of Moher - the reason for the trip - as there was only time to settle my body in the visitor centre after its ordeal!
Other passengers missed a booked evening event as the trip we booked was from 10 am 'till 6pm not 9am 'till 7pm which they lied to us about.
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