Private Cliffs Of Moher Day Tour

Private Cliffs Of Moher Day Tour

Tour from Dublin

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Tours are priced individually according to the route, group size, distances & hours required, date(s) in question, start & end locations, overnight locations (where applicable) and remaining supply at time of booking.

A Short Introduction To Your Journey

The Cliffs of Moher are an iconic Irish attraction. Situated along our beautiful Atlantic coastline, the cliffs provide incredible ocean and mountain views, which draw in millions of yearly visitors.

This one-day private tour allows you to engage with a collection of the Atlantic Coast’s finest sites and attractions including Galway Bay, Wild Atlantic Way coastal drive, Corcomroe Abbey ruins, limestone Burren region with its traditional stone walls, Doolin village and Bunratty castle.

Your experience is rounded off with some amazing Irish photo opportunities and delicious pub and casual lunch options.

Look forward to the safety, comfort and style of your own Mercedes- Benz private tour vehicle and exclusive door to door service with your own private driver- guide.

Please don't hesitate to contact us today to secure your arrangements for this full day private experience from Dublin.

Guest feedback:

"Dear Chloe, just arrived back at The Merrion after an amazing trip today. Thank you for arranging this experience for us. Don was an absolute gentleman and showed us such a great time. The lunch at McGann's hit the spot and the local beer was delicious. See you again on our next trip to Dublin." - JS, Porsche AG, Stuttgart, Germany

  • The Cliffs of Moher, where the Old World ends and the New World begins
  • Drive a portion of the Wild Atlantic Way coastal route
  • Pause for photos & fresh air in the ‘Burren Region’, which is sure to delight geology enthusiasts!
  • Visit what remains of Corcomroe Abbey – a stunning ruin surrounded by magical rural countryside.
  • Stop at the ocean-side village of Doolin to enjoy a delicious local lunch.
  • Your own private experience, making memories with loved ones.
  • Dublin-based expert advice
  • Collection from your hotel
  • Private Mercedes-Benz Tour Vehicle
  • Private Chauffeur Guide
  • Private 4G Wifi Connection in Tour Vehicle
  • Entrance fees (as specified at time of booking)
  • Fuel, Road Tolls and Associated Taxes
  • Dropoff at your hotel
  • Driver's Gratuity
  • Food, Drink or Refreshments
  • Depart Dublin (start between 07:00 - 08:00 is recommended)

    An early start is recommended to maximise time on tour today and most of our guests will opt for 07:00 / 07:15 / 07:30 / 07:45 / 08:00. The earlier the start during peak season the better the experience you are likely to have throughout the day as you keep one step ahead of the crowds and traffic. Your chauffeur- guide will collect you from the door of your accommodation and together you’ll begin the drive west – towards Ireland’s magnificent Atlantic coastline. 

  • Galway Bay Area & Corcomroe Abbey

    We’ll be sure to pause for that early morning caffeine fix along the way and before you know it, we’ll arrive at the traditional and charming fishing village of Kinvara. Capture photos of the Atlantic Ocean views before your short onward journey towards Dunguaire Castle, a traditional 16th Century Irish Castle which delights our international guests.

    The next stop along the route is Corcomroe Abbey. This ancient abbey was constructed in the most remote and peaceful of locations to facilitate the solitary living of the monks it once accommodated. Today, the site remains just as isolated, allowing you to take in the miles and miles of beautiful landscapes, which surround it. If art history is your thing – you’ll love the historic artwork, which dates back as far as the 13th Century. Of course, your guide will be on hand to provide you with an in-depth history of the region as you travel.

  • Wild Atlantic Way & Burren Region

    Your drive continues along the ‘Wild Atlantic Way’ – one of the country’s most scenic drives. The journey takes us through a unique region known as ‘The Burren’. This plateau stretches across the horizon and features flowers and plants native to the Arctic, Mediterranean and Alps – all alongside one another.

  • Doolin Village

    We move on from the Burren to Doolin – a traditional village renowned for traditional music. The village is characterized by its numerous thatched-roof cottages and provides an abundance of eateries serving great local food – the perfect place for you to enjoy a leisurely lunch.

  • Cliffs of Moher

    Next up, it’s time for today’s highlight – the Cliffs of Moher! This stunning stretch of coastline allows for incredible views out over the Atlantic Ocean. Top attractions for you to spot on the horizon are the Aran Islands and the Twelve Pins mountain range, which sits on the Galway coast – just slightly to the North. Aside from that, it’s nothing but ocean all the way to North America! Stroll along the cliff tops and you’ll soon understand why travel publications including ‘Lonely Planet’ and ‘Condé Nast Traveller’ rave about this attraction and consider it a must-see on your Irish vacation. Perhaps explore the facilities too – including the ‘Atlantic Edge Visitor Centre’, a café and a souvenir shop.

    Notes:

    Our Concierge staff will take care of your entrances, parking and during high- peak times arrange for expedited access - essential on days where some of the world's largest cruise ships are docked at the deep water ports of Dublin and Cork.

    NB: Please note that the Cliffs of Moher visitor centre will be closed for Christmas on 24DEC, 25DEC, 26DEC. Guests can dismount from the vehicle and view the Cliffs free of charge but all facilities will be closed. Likewise all other local attractions will be closed. Accordingly, no entrance fees will be included at time of booking as they will not be required for this timeframe. Entrances are only included where explicity stated on an invoice.

  • Bunratty Castle (Photos & Rest)

    With the day coming to an end – it’s time for one more stop before we commence our journey back to Dublin. Enjoy some refreshments and snap some pictures of the beautiful Bunratty Castle – one of Ireland’s most famous and best loved enchanting castles. If time allows, you can enjoy a quick browse at the ‘Woolen Mills’ store in Bunratty, which specializes in traditional hand-knitted Irish goods.

    You’ll depart Bunratty to begin your comfortable and private chauffeur- driven journey to Dublin city with memories to last you a lifetime.

  • Arrive Dublin

    Arrive back to your preferred location in time for an evening’s entertainment in the capital. Due to the distances and chauffeur legislation involved, this tour requires a duration of 07:15 – 19:15 or equivalent consecutive hours.

Private Tours typically range from EUR 695.00 – EUR 1,895.00+ per vehicle per day including a driver- guide (& his overnight expenses), fuel, road tolls and associated taxes. Guest accommodation & entrance fees are not included in the above guideline to facilitate guest flexibility.

Tours are priced individually according to the route, group size, distances & hours required, date(s) in question, start & end locations, overnight locations (where applicable) and remaining supply at time of booking.
Update: 1st May 2024

Ireland is currently at full employment. Many drivers exited the hospitality industry during the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic (as hospitality was shut for two years) and there is currently a relative shortage of the very best talent.

With pandemic restrictions now in the rear view mirror, and with the United States Dollar at its strongest level vs the Euro in 20 years, we are currently experiencing a sharp increase in demand from our principal markets in the US, UK, EU and Arabian Gulf for Spring / Summer 2024. As our availability sells out, rates will rise as demand outstrips remaining supply.

Accordingly, we encourage guests to secure preferred dates for the coming season as early as possible.

May 2024 (Peak Season)
Limited remaining availability. Certain dates now waitlist only due to presence of several of the world's largest cruise ships at the major ports.

June 2024 (High- Peak Season)
June is now selling steadily. Certain dates close to fully booked due to presence of several of the world's largest cruise ships at Dublin, Cork and Belfast. Rates quoted now will rise by approximately 20% as demand surpasses supply approaching departure. Rates can be fixed by deposit.

July 2024 (High- Peak Season)
July is now selling steadily. Certain dates close to fully booked due to presence of several of the world's largest cruise ships at Dublin, Cork and Belfast. Rates quoted now will rise by approximately 20- 25% as demand surpasses supply approaching departure. Rates can be fixed by deposit.

August 2024 (High- Peak Season)
August is now selling steadily. Certain dates close to fully booked due to presence of several of the world's largest cruise ships at Dublin, Cork and Belfast. Rates quoted now will rise by approximately 20- 25% as demand surpasses supply approaching departure. Rates can be fixed by deposit.

September 2024 (Peak Season)
Good availability for most dates. Rates quoted now will rise by approximately 25% as demand surpasses supply approaching departure. Rates can be fixed by deposit.

October 2024 (Shoulder Season)
Good availability for all dates. Rates quoted now will rise by approximately 25% as demand surpasses supply approaching departure. Rates can be fixed by deposit.

November 2024 (Low Season)
Good availability for all dates. Rates quoted now will rise by approximately 25% as demand surpasses supply approaching departure. Rates can be fixed by deposit.

December 2024 (Low Season)
Good availability for all dates. 25th December extremely limited availability. Traditionally there is a pronounced shortage of suitable drivers between 23rd December and 4th January.

January 2025 (Low Season)
Good availability for all dates. Reservation at least 72 hours before travel recommended to guarantee service.

February 2025 (Low Season)
Good availability for all dates. Advance booking required for weekends during Six Nations Rugby Championship. Reservation at least 72 hours before travel recommended to guarantee service.

March 2025 (Peak Season)
Good availability for all dates. Advance booking required for weekends during Six Nations Rugby Championship and St. Patrick's Week 15th, 16th, 17th, 18th, 19th. Early bird rates can be secured by deposit.

April 2024 (Shoulder Season)
Good availability for all dates. Rates quoted now will rise by approximately 25% as demand surpasses supply approaching departure. Rates can be fixed by deposit.

Ticket

You will receive your ticket (featuring your booking number) via email immediately at time of booking. There is no need to print the ticket. If you wish, you can simply show it on your phone or tablet.

Pre- booking essential (billed at time of booking):

Cliffs of Moher
Guaranteed / Skip the Line entrance fees can be added for EUR 10.00 per adult.

NB: Please note that the Cliffs of Moher visitor centre will be closed for Christmas on 24DEC, 25DEC, 26DEC. Guests can dismount from the vehicle and view the Cliffs free of charge but all facilities will be closed. Likewise all other local attractions will be closed. Accordingly, no entrance fees will be included at time of booking as they will not be required for this timeframe. Entrances are only included where explicity stated on an invoice.

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