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Cliffs Of Moher Tour from Galway including Doolin Village and Galway Bay Coastal Drive

Highlights
  • Full-day excursion to the Cliffs of Moher from Galway
  • Experience traditional Irish hospitality over lunch in the quaint village of Doolin
  • Marvel at the dramatic tableau created by the colossal Cliffs of Moher during some relaxed free time
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Cliffs Of Moher Tour from Galway including Doolin Village and Galway Bay Coastal Drive
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Cliffs Of Moher Tour from Galway including Doolin Village and Galway Bay Coastal Drive
US$29.72
Overview
Enhance your experience of Ireland’s spectacular Cliffs of Moher on a full-day excursion from Galway. With a professional guide, travel to the quaint village of Doolin to enjoy chowder, chocolate and the colorful architecture of the enclave. Continue to the spectacular Cliffs of Moher, 200-meter (700-foot) mounds that tower over the crashing Atlantic Sea, and spend some relaxed free time absorbing panoramic vistas. Return to Galway via the Wild Atlantic Way and gaze at scenes of outstanding natural beauty as you travel.
What to Expect
Departing at 12 noon, this fully-guided tour takes you through the limestone Burren (home to 75% of Ireland's flora!) and to the coastal village of Doolin for your lunch stop before visiting the 200-metre high (over 700 feet), 8kms (5 miles) long Cliffs of Moher. Enjoy stunning views over the Atlantic Ocean and the Aran Islands and take your time to soak up the natural beauty of the Cliffs of Moher (up to 2 hour stop with admission included)

You return via The Wild Atlantic Way, travelling the Coast Road with fabulous views of Galway Bay making a short stop to walk atop the lunar-like landscape of the Burren and take in sights such as the village of Fanore and Black Head before returning to Galway at approx. 6:45pm.
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Great tour with Damian

We had a fabulous time with Damian as our tour guide. Loved his information, humor and congeniality. We learned a lot more about Ireland. Thanks Damian!!!

Thank Sue S
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Great Experience

It was the first time for me and my friend to see the cliffs and go beyond the city of Galway. It was refreshing to see the rural areas and the very beautiful scenery. Our tour guide was good and very entertaining. The cliffs of...More

Thank _kathy_tauschek
Reviewed 1 week ago
Perfect Tour.

Eloquent, interessted, funny tour guide / driver that gave us plenty of interessting facts and stories about the sights and the area. Beautiful stops for photos. Enough time at the cliffs of moher. Toilet on the bus.

Thank zuse2017
Reviewed 1 week ago
Cliffs of Moher Tour Guide "Richie" is the BEST!

Great fun, witty, and educational! Everybody loved Richie the safe driver and excellent tour guide. He is PERFECT for this job. Everyone should go on this tour and ask for Richie! Cheers! [Hey boss, double his salary!].

Thank TomSColorado
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Tom is the best driver

Tom started our day out perfect! Best driver we have had on any tour we have done in any country! Tom took us a different route which allowed for less people and a better experience. The weather was perfect, the route was perfect, the driver...More

Thank Mike B
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Phorvath12
19 August 2018|
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Response from Ernie V | Reviewed this property |
Train station is less than 5 minutes walking from the bus station...
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jenny-izzle
12 July 2018|
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Response from Francestravels | Reviewed this property |
Doolin is very close to the Cliffs. We had lunch at Doolin and then went on to the cliffs. We had about an hour and a half at the cliffs. We had a very full day - we also stopped at the Burren, and a few other places... More
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