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From Galway: Aran Islands Day Trip & Cliffs of Moher Cruise

1. From Galway: Aran Islands Day Trip & Cliffs of Moher Cruise

Take a day trip to Inisheer (Inis Oirr) from Galway and discover the ancient churches and castles on the smallest of the Aran Islands. Visit the Cliffs of Moher and admire the coastal scenery. From the meeting point in Galway, get driven south along the Wild Atlantic Way and into the lunar-like Burren region. From there, head to the picturesque fishing village of Doolin where you’ll board the ferry to Inisheer. Once there, explore the island's churches, castles, lighthouses, shipwrecks, cafes, and pubs. Discover one of Ireland's most beautiful beaches and, if you like, take a pony and carriage, hire a bicycle, or stroll the country roads. Stop for a hearty meal at a traditional local pub before arriving at the Cliffs of Moher. You will receive free entry to the cliffs and the eco-sensitive visitor center. Take a stroll along the cliff edge and consider how tiny everything looks from above. Once you depart the cliffs,l take the coast road home, following the Wild Atlantic Way. Make one last stop at the stunning Baby Cliffs in Ballyreen where you can walk atop the Burren, before returning to Galway.

From Dublin: Cliffs of Moher and Galway City Full-Day Trip

2. From Dublin: Cliffs of Moher and Galway City Full-Day Trip

Witness the dramatic features of the Cliffs of Moher and The Burren on a full-day guided tour of Ireland’s west coast from Dublin. Explore the vibrant city of Galway and enjoy a pub lunch in Doolin. Depart from Dublin and learn about the region from your guide as you go west. Arrive at the Cliffs of Moher and follow the cliff path to the edge for breathtaking views over the Atlantic. Breathe in the ocean wind and hear the waves crashing below you. Explore on your own for 1.5 hours. Get a bird's-eye view of the cliffs and see the underwater caves on a large multimedia screen at the interactive Visitor Centre. Continue to the charming village of Doolin for lunch in a local pub and spot the Aran Islands in the distance along the way. Stop at The Burren for 15 to 20 minutes and get photos of its otherworldly landscape. See rare orchids and admire views of the Baby Cliffs.  Then, explore the vibrant city of Galway, known for its strong tradition of Irish music, language, and dance. You will have around 1 hour to explore on your own. Finish your day with the scenic journey back to Dublin. Expect jolly commentary, anecdotes, and even some Irish music to keep you entertained on the road back to the capital.

From Galway: Aran Islands & Cliffs of Moher Tour with Cruise

3. From Galway: Aran Islands & Cliffs of Moher Tour with Cruise

Discover the beauty of the Aran Islands and the Cliffs of Moher on a day trip from Galway. Take a bus through the karst landscape 'The Burren' and search for dolphins on the ferry to Inisheer Island. Spend free time exploring and admire the Cliffs of Moher on the return ferry.  Depart Galway and journey through the lunar landscape of The Burren as your make your way to the Cliffs of Moher. Pass pretty villages like Kilcolgan and Ballyvaughan on the way to Doolin. Board the ferry for a 30-minute crossing to Inisheer, and keep a look out for bottlenose dolphins on the way to the smallest of the Aran Islands. Get some free time to explore the ancient sites at your own pace. Use the time to hire a bike or explore by pony and trap. Cruise beneath the Cliffs of Moher on the return ferry crossing. Then, travel to the eco-friendly visitors center, where you can stroll along the cliff top before the return trip to Galway via the famous "matchmaking" town of Lisdoonvarna.

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4.7 / 5

based on 1,011 reviews

The tour was great, the cliffs were amazing, and the tour guide was helpful and informative. He knows the best spots for photos. The only problem I ran into was locating the correct bus. The description for the tour says it meets in front of the Molly Malone statue. The bus actually stops one street over, at the corner of Church Lane and R137. If you're using Google Maps, look up College Green, stop 1278. About three different tour groups meet at the same place at the same time and none of them know which bus to get on. I would like to ask that a sign be put in the window stating where the tour is headed. That would save a lot of time and confusion. The cliffs were magnificent, and I got a lot of great photos there. Dress warmly and wear a waterproof layer. The walk up to the cliffs is steep, and while there are some ramps, they don't extend the entire way to all of the cliffs, so people with mobility issues will still get a good view, but might not be able to access the entire site.

Visiting the cliffs is an extraordinary experience cause it's about mother nature at it's best. Galway is very picturesque. The lunch at Doolin is truly unique. It's a tiresome trip cause it takes 13 hours much of which is on the road but it's worth it! Our guide-driver was excellent! Very patient, funny, professional and an excellent driver!

It was such an amazing day trip, despite the weather. The scenery was just breathtaking! Our guide, Joe, shared lots of interesting facts about Ireland with us and entertained us during our journey to and from the location by singing to us! He played an variety of awesome tunes also!! Overall, an amazing day trip!!

Well organized, beautiful experience and +++ to Bryan (our driver) that was very kind, funny and available. One point of improvement: more clear identification of the bus at the meeting point (that was at molly Malone statue, but in reality was in the parallel street )

It was very well done. The driver Gerrard I believe that's how it's spelled.... did a superb job. Great at all the information gave to us and helped us out with all the tips and suggestions at our longer steps as well.