As you stand a top the Cliffs of Moher, watch the unique colony of birds soar ever so gracefully above the crashing waves of the Wild Atlantic Ocean. During your visit to the Aran Islands, climb up to Dun Aengus Fort for unsurpassed views of sea cliffs and the Burren.
This tour offers the best of both worlds – a full day, guided tour of the Cliffs of Moher & Burren and a day of independent exploring on Inis Mór.
Head south to through the windswept, limestone region known as the Burren. Explore the dramatic underworld of the Burren at the Aillwee Cave. You’ll spend 1.5 hours at the awe-inspiring Cliffs of Moher before heading back to Galway along the Wild Atlantic Way.
This package includes return transportation to Inis Mór (the largest island). You’re free to explore the island on your own or join a local tour around the island. The choice is yours!
Spend your day on Inis Mór exploring on your own. There are plenty of walking paths, shops, restaurants, pubs and beaches on the island. After departing the ferry in Kilronan, the island’s main settlement, explore the patchwork fields, stone monuments and farmland either on foot, by renting bicycles, or hiring horse and trap or minibus. Discover one of Ireland’s most important prehistoric monuments, Dún Aonghusa, sitting dramatically a top 100m cliffs that drops into the Atlantic Ocean. When along the coast, try to see if you can spot the resident seal colony!
9:45am Check-in to Galway Coach Station
10:00am Depart Galway Coach Station
17:30 Return to Galway Coach Station
Additional sailings available in the summer months. See booking engine for available times.
Standing tall watching over Galway Bay, this iconic 1520’s castle was the Royal Palace of Guaire Aidhne, King of Connacht.
Length: 15 minutes
Trek through Ireland’s natural, showcase cave. Not feeling adventurous? A cafe is located on the grounds showcasing a menu of local food and coffee options.
Length: 30 minutes
FREE ADMISSION! Encounter a moment of magic as you stand atop these awe-inspiring, rigid cliffs with edges dropping into the untamed Atlantic Ocean. Stretching 8km (5 miles) along the Atlantic coast of County Clare, The Cliffs of Moher stand 700 feet tall.
Length: 1 hour 30 minutes
A charming seaside village along the Wild Atlantic Way claimed as Ireland’s traditional music capital. Have lunch while exploring the strip of pubs, Irish crafts and shops.
Length: 45 minutes
Returns to Galway approximately 5:30pm
Cliffs of Moher tour departs from Galway Coach Station
Aran Islands Shuttle departs from Victoria Hotel, Queen Street
Cliffs of Moher