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Cliffs of Moher, Wild Atlantic Way and Galway tour from Dublin

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  • Get across the Wild Atlantic Way (in any weather) safely with a guide 
  • Your guide tells you the history and fun facts about the area
  • Save time planning rides with included round-trip transport from Dublin
Cliffs of Moher, Wild Atlantic Way and Galway tour from Dublin
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Cliffs of Moher, Wild Atlantic Way and Galway tour from Dublin
US$47.83
Overview
If you're visiting Dublin, the Cliffs of Moher and Galway are must-visit attractions. Tick off both highlights with ease on a tour that includes round-trip transport and the entrance fee to the Cliffs of Moher Visitor Center. The Wild Atlantic Way is notoriously difficult to navigate, but exploring with a guide means you'll feel safe and secure regardless of Ireland's unpredictable weather.
What to Expect
Your tour starts with early morning pickup from Dublin’s city center. Once you hop aboard your climate-controlled vehicle, get ready for a day filled with adventure.

Your first stop is a quick one in Athlone to snag some breakfast or coffee (own expense).

Up next is Galway. You can either spend about an hour exploring the town on your own, or you can follow your guide around the main street as you learn about the most popular shops and eateries.

Afterward, it’s on to the Wild Atlantic Way. As you ride down the way, catch sight of Dunguaire Castle, as well as the villages of Kinvara, Ballyvaughan, and Kilfenora. Stop for a short break at The Burren in County Claire.

After The Burren is a stop at the main attraction—the Cliffs of Moher. Get a little less than two hours to wander around the cliffs, and pop into the visitor center.

Your last stop is at Kilmacduagh Monastery before your tour ends. Get dropped back off in Dublin.
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Reviewed yesterday
Amazing Tour!

For our tour, we had Gavin as our tour guide and Yuri as our driver. They were both fantastic. Gavin did a great job telling us about the history of the land and Yuri did a great job driving throughout the narrow roads of Galway....More

Thank alexisvirginia
Reviewed 4 days ago
Fantastic Day

What a fantastic first day trip in Ireland! It's a lot of time on a bus, but that's to be expected when driving across a whole country. Make sure to use the bathrooms when they are available! Irial was a great tour guide and kept...More

2  Thank Matt T
Reviewed 5 days ago
Great!

Derrek and the Driver were a perfect match! The knowledge of history, the humor and of course the chant ... everything interesting, friendly, and a great experiance. I would recommend it

2  Thank Ruth Z
Reviewed 6 days ago
Great experience

We loved our tour with guide Chris and driver Bernard! The only reason it isn't 4 stars is because of the amount of bus time but that really wasn't a surprise to us. The sights were great, Chris was very knowledgeable and had a good...More

Thank Paradise818018
Reviewed 1 week ago
Flabbergasting trip

It's was our first time on a guided tour across a country and the experience was lovely. I was surprised with the beautiful Irish countryside and amazed by the views at Moher cliffs. But the most flabbergasting thing was to discover the fantastic humour of...More

Thank sapixsapucs
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Rachel R
24 September 2018|
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Response from 0529194 | Reviewed this property |
Don't hope for a group, especially if you are early, there may not be one. The buses are also known to leave quite promptly. Once you find Parnell Square, across from the Garden of Remembrance, locate the Writer's Museum... More
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22 September 2018|
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Alex G
9 September 2018|
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Response from ladyscotland55 | Reviewed this property |
We did the trip in reverse (Dublin - Cliffs - Galway). From Dublin to the Cliffs was a good 2h30 with a pit-stop halfway through. From the Cliffs to Galway, it was over an hour. You can also check on Google Maps for the... More
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