Cliffs of Moher Day Tour
There are loads of great choices from Dublin for an easy Cliffs of Moher Day tour to see some of the best sights in the west of Ireland. We’ve tried this one for you with Extreme Ireland
You’ll need to wake-up early for a 6:50am departure to start this tour. The bus departures from the Molly Malone statue on Suffolk Street. It’s about three hours to the Cliffs so plenty of time to snooze if an early start is not your thing !
First stop is the famous Cliffs of Moher, where you will be amazed by this stunning, natural scenery. This is a great photo opportunity and you have about one and a half hours to explore both sides of the Cliff path for awesome views. We were lucky and had great weather for our photos so hope you get. the luck fingers crossed you will too.You should also visit the impressive visitor attraction.
Second stop, the village of Doolin. Doolin is a small but charming fishing village located about twelve minutes far from the Cliffs. The driver recommends some very good places to eat and buy some souvenirs. This stop lasts around forty-five minutes.
Third stop, the amazing karst landscape of Burren. Burren is located on the Atlantic coast. This is a national park where you can actually walk on the burren and take in the might of the ocean which formed this unique landscape.
After fifteen minutes, you continue your journey by bus to reach Galway City that is your last stop. You will have about one hour to explore this atmospheric city and it’s cobbled street. Maybe buy some gifts for your family or just go for a pint ?!
On route back to Dublin, our entertaining driver David regaled us with some strange stories about the fairies of the county of Wicklow. If it’s not David, no worries, we understand all the tour drivers will have some interesting stories to share to amuse you on the way back to Isaacs in Dublin !!
We really enjoyed this tour and can heartily recommend it as an easy way to explore the landscape of the west of Ireland during your stay in Dublin. You can book with the crew at Isaacs Hostel in Dublin in advance or on arrival