THIS 1 DAY TOUR TO THE CLIFFS OF MOHER ALSO INCLUDES LIMERICK, DOOLIN, THE BURREN NATIONAL PARK, CORCOMROW ABBEY AND KINVARA
The Cliffs of Moher are one of the most impressive attractions in the World. Join us on our day tour for an experience that will long remain in your memory.
Our tours are fully guided and they are an experiecne to behold in their own right! Let us bring you to the magical west of Ireland for an experience that you will never forget. The Burren National Park is an area of massive interest to those with an interest in flora and fauna. This unique landscape sees Artic-alpine plants livng side b side with Mediterranean plants providing colourful diversity in this unique eosystem.
To start, you’ll have the wonderful opportunity of strolling about one of Ireland’s 7 Wonders as well as acclaimed tourist attractions; alongside an extensive panorama view of the astounding Aran Islands. After a refreshing stroll, we will advance on towards the limestone section of Ireland; also referred to as the “Burren” – where you will wonder about the klints and grikes all the while observing the radically unique flora and fauna that is solely native to this incredible ecosphere. And don’t forget to keep a watchful eye out for the marvellous variety of flowers that can only be found within this budding region.
If the weather permits, we’re able to stop for lunch alongside the raved-about cliffs. Otherwise, we’ll make our way down to the quaint village of Doolin. Once you’re finished with lunch, you’ll set off on your journey back towards Dublin, this time by using a different route (in order to maximize the quality of your trip) via Galway Bay which includes even more wonderful photo opportunities. In addition, listed below is our detailed itinerary in order for you to have a more comprehensive inside-look at what our Cliffs of Moher day trip tour has to offer…
To begin, departure takes place outside the old stone church located on Suffolk Street (sitemap is available within the link to the booking page) which is the governmental tourist office near Grafton Street and is directly situated inside of the church. More specifically, the office is called “Dublin Tourism”. Once you’ve found your location of departure, you’ll begin your exciting new escapade across the west coast terrain of Ireland! However, before leaving you’ll meet your fun-loving and very knowledgeable tour guide who will introduce you to your fellow drifting travel companions! In addition, the first part of your day will start off by heading westward, passing the Guinness factory and Kilmainham Jail. Also, you will get to see the Curragh horse racing track as well as some of the rustic castles along the way.
Arrive at the Cliffs of Moher where you’ll be allotted sufficient amount of time to walkabout this exclusive piece of history while being captivated by the outstanding cliffs and their beyond beautiful surroundings. Personal access to the site along with the preference to watch an interactive show inside the visitor centre is included within our overall price.
Now it’s time to grab a bite to eat so if the weather permits then we’ll have lunch near the cliffs, otherwise we’ll head on down to the charming village of Doolin. Typically we eat at Fitzpatrick’s Pub because of their highly ranked fish and chowder! In addition, this village is well-known for its Irish music and welcoming locals on top of the fact that it’s near Lisdoonvarna, famous for its match-making festival that’s held on an annual basis.
Once you’ve finished with lunch, we’ll head off for a refreshing walk around the karst region of the Burren before surveying the 12th century Corcomroe Abbey. The Burren is renowned across the globe for its uniquely diverse fauna that you are most likely able to come across during your tour with us. Also, keep a watchful eye out for the orchids and the astounding gentian blue flowers that solely grow in this particular region of the country.
Now it’s time to make our way back towards Dublin, this time using the Galway Bay route which conveniently includes a wonderful photo opportunity at Dunguaire Castle located in Kinvara. In addition, you will also have the grand experience of visiting the Corcomroe Abbey which is a 12th century abbey within such an enchanting setting. To conclude your day full of adventure, you should plan to arrive back in Dublin city centre approximately around 7pm.
To finish off, we’ll arrive back in Dublin to reminisce about all of the exciting highlights!