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

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Highlights
  • 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
From US$45.87
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.
Reviews (382)
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Reviewed today via mobile
Amazing views and Great Tour Guides

This trip was amazing. The views of the cliffs were spectacular and I appreciated hearing the history of Ireland from our tour guide, Gavin! Gavin and Iuri (our bus driver) did a great job navigating the winding roads while adding some comical relief! I highly...More

Thank kmmcg73
Reviewed yesterday
Great site View amazing!!

Tour guide Alan and history stories plus tour was nice!! The tour center had amazing things to do inside.

1  Thank anthony r
Reviewed 1 week ago
Alot of time on a bus

This tour was good, if you are in Dublin and want to see the Cliffs, it is a good tour. The cliffs were beautiful and worth seeing. That being said.....it is ALOT of time on the bus with alot of sitting. The tour guide tried...More

Thank Kim G
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Great guide and tour

We loved the tour, Irial and Andy was great and fun. We were showed great nature and fun stories and history. Would recommend this tour to anyone.

1  Thank 16mettef
FinnMcCoolsTours, Office at Finn McCools Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago

Hi Mette Thanks so much for both your recommendation and review - hopefully we will see you on board one of our other tours at some stage in the future

Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Great tour

Our guide Daniel and driver Yuri were fantastic. Daniel even played guitar and sang on the bus. He had the entire bus participating in the sing a long. Cliffs of Mohar was beautiful but not as beautiful as some of the other shorter stops along...More

Thank sookies971
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pueblogirl
18 October 2018|
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Response from Marinam0306 | Reviewed this property |
We had a full bus
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maybebkk
4 October 2018|
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Response from sagaroffice | Reviewed this property |
If you are taking a tour bus, you will want to let the Bus Operator know. Just remember, Galway is a very small town. You may not be able to get the same accommodations as you would back in Dublin.
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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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