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Full-Day Trip to Cliffs of Moher from Dublin

  • See the best of the Burren region in just one day
  • Soak up views of the cliffs from the ocean and stroll along the clifftop
  • Travel between dispersed Ireland highlights without the hassle of navigation
Full-Day Trip to Cliffs of Moher from Dublin
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Full-Day Trip to Cliffs of Moher from Dublin

Situated on the rugged west coast of Ireland, the Cliffs of Moher are one of the Emerald Isle's most popular natural attractions. On this tour from Dublin, you'll save yourself the trouble of navigating unfamiliar roads and making multiple arrangements. Enjoy privileged views of the cliffs during a boat tour and clifftop walk, and travel between the dispersed highlights of the Burren region and Galway City with ease.

What to Expect

You’ll board our comfortable coach; meet our legendary guide and fellow adventurers. As we cross the country there are quaint villages, lush countryside and even some castle ruins to see as we head towards Caherconnell Fort.  Arriving at Caherconnell Fort, you will have the opportunity to stroll around this well preserved ring fort and take in its ancient history. Next to the fort you will have the opportunity to experience a sheep dog demonstration by the local farmer and learn all about sheep farming in Ireland.  Watch these amazing dogs weave and turn the flock at the farmers wish.

 It's time for lunch, so we head to Doolin - a beautiful village famed for its traditional music on the edge of the Atlantic (lunch not included).

After lunch we will board our trusty vessel and take a boat ride along the base of the cliffs for 1 hour taking in spectacular cliff views from the ocean! The cliffs raise high above you – imposing natural formations surrounded by the dramatic and lush landscape that Ireland is known for. Not only will you experience the cliffs from the sea but you will also get to walk the cliff tops to view the Cliffs of Moher from its iconic standpoint. 

After your amazing adventure to the edge of the world and back you can reminisce about your wonderful day back in Dublin. Note that during the months between November and February both the boat cruise and Caherconnell Ring Fort and Sheep farm will close.  As an alternative we are very pleased to offer Ailwee Caves, Ireland’s premier cave system, 12th century Corcomroe Abbey and the 5000yr old Poulnabrone Dolmen. 

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Must Do! Need to Confirm Booking.

This was an amazing trip. Started off a bit rough - I booked on Trip Advisor but the onsite coordinator did not have my name. He says this sometimes happens if you don't book direct with Extreme Ireland. I had a confirmation code, voucher, and...More

1  Thank Harpreet K
Reviewed July 7, 2018
Great way to see the Irish countryside!

We did the full day trip to the Cliffs of Moher and loved it! We especially enjoyed the Caherconnell Fort and sheepdog demonstration by the local farmer! The boat ride along the base of the cliffs and cliff views from the ocean were spectacular. The...More

1  Thank Julie H
Reviewed June 25, 2018
Full-Day Trip to Cliffs of Moher worth every minute

My wife and I arrived to Dublin and debated weather to try a train tour or a bus tour. We finally settled on the premium bus/ferry cruise of the Cliffs of Moher in Galway county. Our chauffeur and guide Jim was great. A retired police...More

1  Thank Derrick A
Reviewed May 6, 2018
Best decision I made in Ireland

My friends decided last minute they had other plans in Dublin so I showed up alone for my trip. I arrived at the meeting spot and was greeted by a friendly tour-guide, Jennifer who led us to the bus. Between our friendly driver Martin, Jennifer's...More

3  Thank runningroundtheworld
Reviewed May 4, 2018
Tour is too far to travel to, the walk up to the view point was difficult for me as I am a senior with a ankle that is n

More information should be written up about the climb up to the view point if I had known that I was to climb I would not have booked the tour. Too little for the pain involved. I am a senior with a disability and there...More

Thank Jeri S
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