Cliffs Of Moher Private Tour From Cork - Liscannor

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Key Details

  • Mobile Voucher Accepted
  • Hotel pickup Available
  • Free Cancellation
  • Duration: 9 Hrs
  • Language:
    English
  • Departure Time :
    9:00 AM
  • Departure Details :
    Your centrally located Cork accommodation
  • Return Details :
    We can drop you back to your accommodation anywhere in the Munster region, even if different from where you were picked up.
  • Cancellation Policy :
    For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience. Tours booked using discount coupon codes will be non refundable.

Overview

The Cliffs of Moher is Irelands most visited natural attraction with a magical vista that captures the hearts of up to 1 million visitors each year. The Cliffs rise up to 214 (700 feet) at the highest point and range for 8km over the Atlantic Ocean on the Western seaboard of Co. Clare.

Highlights

  • Private tour is operated with just your party and a guide/driver
  • Free hotel pickup and drop-off included
  • Once-in-a-Lifetime Experience

Know More about this tour

The Cliffs of Moher is the number 1 place to visit in Ireland and leaving from the south of Ireland there are many attractions that can also be enjoyed on route to make the most of your day. We stop in Limerick city the 3rd biggest in Ireland with history dating back to the 700s when the Vikings arrived and later the British to King Johns castle which is a very popular tourist attraction; this was the start of nearly 800 years of British rule in Ireland.
From Limerick we would head out to the Burren in English meaning stony ground or rocky place, pass through Corofin and Kilfenora and skirting around Lisdoonvarna all of these towns have stories attached and are famous for their summer festivals. Now arriving to a place known as the mini cliffs which is a warm up before the big event, this is a very beautiful and unusual landscape in the heart of the Burren, it was once a coral reef under a tropical sea off the west coast of Ireland. Back millions of years ago when Ireland was on the equator and 80% of the flowers and fauna of Ireland grow there on the face of the Atlantic looking out at the Aran Islands.
From here we would call into Doolin a little village in the west of Ireland voted in the top 10 places to visit in 2014, its a great spot for lunch or even a pint and they brew their own beer called Dooliner! From here we go to the Cliffs of Moher but also from Doolin if you wish there is a boat trip available to see the cliffs from below with spectacular views of the wild life including puffins. The cliffs are 7 km long and 700 feet high with spectacular views and walk ways all around the area, from the cliffs we can head off again on our merry journey with maybe a stop in Bunratty Castle on the way home. This is a beautiful castle and home to the O Brien family for many years and today a big attraction also and with the blarney woollen mills shop on site its a treasure trove of souvenirs. Again theres always a few stories and laughs along the way.

Inclusions

Local guide

Hotel/port pickup and drop-off

Private tour

Exclusions

Food and drinks

Gratuities

Additional Info

Confirmation will be received at time of booking

Infant seats available

This tour is not suitable for cruise ship passengers

This is a private tour/activity. Only your group will participate

Traveler Reviews

  • 01-Nov-2017

    Our guide was fantastic, warm, friendly and extremely knowledgeable. It was just my husband and I and our guide for the day. He picked us up at our hotel. The only hitches in the day were that he didn't know it was just the two of us and he had a small bus that would be for a group. Also, he picked us up an hour earlier than the advertised time. We hadn't had breakfast yet, but he told us to go ahead and take advantage of the hotel breakfast and just come to the bus when we were ready. It is a long drive to the cliffs from Cork, but if you're not going to have any other opportunity to see this part of Ireland, it's well worth the money. The stop in Limerick is brief, but it gives you more time to explore the cliffs, which we were on our own for - the guide stayed back at the visitor's center and met us on the bus after our allotted time there. Just being the two of us with the guide gave us a lot of flexibility, the guide's only concern was the weather at the cliffs and getting there before it turned too bad. He knew what he was talking about, storms were coming but we made it in plenty of time before they came and had a great visit there. It's beautiful, breathtaking, and a only bit nerve-wracking. There are no fences or barriers and when you go beyond the paved path, the foot path can come close to the edge in places. But there is an upper path further away from the edge that we stayed on.

  • 23-Aug-2016

    Beautiful tour and excellent guide, one of the most awesome places to visit .