Shore Excursion: Cliffs Of Moher Day Tour Along The Wild Atlantic Way From Galway

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  • Mobile Voucher Accepted
  • Duration: 1 Day
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  • Departure Time :
    09:30 AM
  • Departure Details :
    Traveler pickup is offered
    Kinlay hostel is the starting point of the tour
    Kinlay Hostel Galway, Merchants Rd, Eyre Square, Galway, H91 F2KT, Ireland
  • Return Details :
    Merchants Road, Galway.
  • Cancellation Policy :
    This activity is non-refundable Tours booked using discount coupon codes will be non refundable.


Come discover the world-famous Cliffs of Moher on the scenic coastal Wild Atlantic Way route. This tour includes a 6 hour stop at the Cliffs of Moher and a self-guided walk from the village of Doolin along the Cliff path to the Cliffs of Moher visitor centre. If walking, photography, breathtaking scenery and invigorating Atlantic sea air is your thing, this tour is for you!
Your local driver/guide will take you on a fascinating journey along the Wild Atlantic Way, through the lunar-like landscape of the Burren and on to the Cliffs of Moher.
Your driver/guide will drop you at the Quay at Doolin, from here you start the 8km self-guided walk via the village of Doolin along the Cliff path to the Cliffs of Moher. Rendezvous with your driver / guide and the tour coach at the Cliffs of Moher visitor centre at 4.30pm and then return to Galway via Lisdoonvarna, home to the famed match making festival and once again through the limestone, glacio-karst landscape that makes up the unique Burren.


Enjoy a day away from the hustle and bustle of the city

Family friendly

Pickup from a centrally located meeting point

All entrance fees included

Fully narrated tour

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Set off on a journey along the Wild Atlantic Way to the iconic Cliffs ofMoher. Discover the wonders of Irelands Cliff Coast as yourguide shares his expertise and points out the fascinating unfolding sights. At the Cliffs ofMoher, enjoy 2 hours of free time to explore one of the most spectacular sights in Ireland.

After being picked up in Galway, head to the rugged western coastline and travel the Emerald Isles famous 1,500-mile touring route-the Wild Atlantic Way. During your trip, pass by harbours and farms, see medieval ruins,16th-century tower houses, crumbling stone churches, and ancient graveyards.

Your first stop is atDunguaireCastle on the outskirts ofKinvara. This is one of the most photographed castles in the whole of Ireland. Then its on through theglacio-karstlandscape of theBurrenand pastCorcomroeAbbey. This fascinating12thcentury Cistercian Abbey is noted for its distinguished carvings and rich ornamentation.

We follow the Wild Atlantic way enjoying views ofFanores golden beach and the small, but stout, Black Head lighthouse that sits alone on a bed of limestone in theBurrenregion. The lunar-likeBurrenlandscape in Ireland is considered one of the best examples of glaciation in the world.

From here you can also see the threeAranIslands,Inishmore,InishmannandInisheer, locking in Galway Bay and in the distance the mountains of Connemara.

A photo stop atDoolinpier gives you a chance to feel the Atlantic wind in your face and to see the power of the sea as it crashes in on the shore. During the summer months, there is an opportunity to join a cruise to the base of the Cliffs ofMoher. (cruisenot included).After youve worked up an appetite on the beach its ontoDoolinHotel for lunch.(Lunch not included). Try any of the local sea food dishes, which are delicious!

Arrive at the Cliffs ofMoherfor a 2 hour stop. The Cliffs ofMoherrise 214 meters out the Atlantic ocean, a majestic and iconicsight. Wander the pathways along the cliff at your own pace or just rest on one of the viewing platforms and soak in the invigorating salty, sea air.Head to the visitor center to check out interactive exhibits and displays.

After a day on the edge, return to Galway via thecolourfultown ofLisdoonvarna, famous for its annual match making festival.The tour returns to Galway city between17h00and17h30.


Guided Coach tour

Entry fee to the visitors centre at the Cliffs of Moher

Entry/Admission - Cliffs of Moher



Additional Info

Confirmation will be received at time of booking

Children must be accompanied by an adult

Important: A voucher (additional to Viator voucher) will be supplied after booking with departure times, departure point, directions and details. Please print out and bring with you to validate

Operates in all weather conditions, please dress appropriately

Not wheelchair accessible

Near public transportation

Infants must sit on laps

Most travelers can participate

Please bring weather appropriate clothing ,warm layered rain and windproof gear, as weather can be changeable and comfortable walking shoes/boots.

This experience requires a minimum number of travelers. If its canceled because the minimum isnt met, youll be offered a different date/experience or a full refund

This tour/activity will have a maximum of 35 travelers

Regularly sanitized high-traffic areas

Transportation vehicles regularly sanitized

Guides required to regularly wash hands

Traveler Reviews

  • 29-Nov-2019

    EVERYBODY LOVES RAYMOND Raymond was our tour guide and he was to say the least unbelievable he was very knowledgeable about all the spots we went to and made the trip very pleasant I would book another trip just on his knowledge alone can’t say enough about the whole Experience I wish I would’ve brought a recorder with me so I can listen to the trip again thank you so much Raymond Also we had a very small group and everybody there was very personable it was great meeting everybody from the different places that they lived or went to school at

  • 29-Sep-2019

    We had a great time with the bus driver/guide Alan. His information and skills where a big part of making it an adventure to remember!

  • 05-Jun-2019

    The Cliffs of Moher represent an icon of the Western Irish landscape. Even when the weather is not great the view along the cliffs is impressive and worth seeing. The only downside is that it is very crowded with tourists, and a bit pricey to park in the visitors lot. Still, well worth a visit!

  • 04-Jun-2019

    Demora muito. Vc perde o dia e aproveita muito pouco. Poderia ter gasto conhecendo outras atrações de Dublin.

  • 24-Apr-2019

    Nous avons eu la chance d'avoir un très agréable soleil qui nous a accompagné tout le long du voyage. La journée fût très sympathique, nous en avons pris plein les yeux. Seul bémol : pas de toilettes dans le bus. Mais nous recommandons.

  • 09-Apr-2019

    The tour was fine...the area coverage was very good. What I did not quite like was the constant talking of the guide Peter. He tried to be engaging, but was too agressive. The place where they took us for lunch was not good and overpriced. But they insisted on that restaurant.

  • 08-Mar-2019

    Everything was perfect. John was a perfect guide/driver, funny storyteller. He literally didn't stop talking for 3-4hours, which you might think could be annoying. Quite the opposite. Detailed, historical and witty comments along the whole way made this trip a lot better. He deserves a pay rise for a 3 tour drivers definitely 🙌😎 Definitely would recommend. Great stops along the way. Just keep your fingers crossed as the weather can be tricky. Five star experience.