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Cliffs of Moher Tour From Dublin

DEPARTURE TIME : 6:50AM ( Arrive 10mins before )

DEPARTURE LOCATION : Molly Malone Statue, Suffolk Street – MAP HERE

PRICE : €50 Adult

PRICE : €45 Student – Senior – Youth 13yrs / 16yrs

PRICE : €25:00 Child 5yrs / 12yrs

PRICE : Children under 5 free




We now offer a Cliffs Of Moher Aran Islands combination tour with an overnight stay on Innis Mor €99 (Book your own accommodation)




Ireland is known for beautiful rolling green hills, pots of gold and cheeky leprechauns but she is also known for something else – dramatic cliff edges. Join us as we discover some of the most dramatic cliffs in Ireland and one of Ireland’s 7 Wonders. We take an unforgettable journey to the Cliffs of Moher where you are rewarded with dramatic and breathtaking views that are nothing short of amazing.

Our tour is structured in a way that allows you to get the most out of this stunning area. Along with your fellow travellers, discover the best of Ireland’s dramatic coastline. We travel to The Burren, Corcomroe Abbey and other awe-inspiring sights.

To keep you company on your travels and provide you with entertaining and informative commentary along the way, we have friendly and experienced guides. Be enchanted by Ireland’s thriving west coast. We will educate you not only on the flora and fauna of this area but the fascinating history. No holiday in Ireland is complete without a trip to the majestic Cliffs of Moher.

Visit O’Brien’s Tower, watch an interactive video at the Visitor’s Centre and stroll the clifftop, admiring the panoramic views out to the ocean and the Aran Islands.

In good weather, we can have lunch next to the cliffs. Another inviting option is to head to the charming village of Doolin for lunch.

Our journey then takes us to the limestone wonder called The Burren, which is a rocky yet fertile landscape for plants and flowers. Colourful flowers have burst through the clints and grikes of this limestone pavement, making it a truly unique location and a thriving ecosystem. Some varieties of flowers can only be found in this region. Navigate the rocky surface as you explore the Burren’s landscape. After we’ve strolled around the Burren, we will visit the historic Corcomroe Abbey. Go back in time as you explore the ruin and note the intricate carvings that remain.

We return to Dublin via a different route to ensure you have the opportunity to see more of the delightful west coast. We stop in Kinvara, a seaside village on Galway Bay. Take in the lovely views and have the opportunity to see Dunguaire Castle for a spectacular photo opportunity.

Take a look at our itinerary for a more detailed look at our majestic Cliffs of Moher tour.


Cliffs of Moher Tour Itinerary


6:50am We meet at the Molly Malone statue on Suffolk Street (map is linked on our booking page). You’ll board our comfortable coach, meet your guide and fellow adventurers and head west out of Dublin. We’ll pass the Guinness Factory and Kilmainham Jail. We will also pass the Curragh horse racing track. There are quaint villages, lush countryside and even some castle ruins to see as we head towards the Cliffs of Moher.  

11:00am Arriving at the Cliffs of Moher, you will have the opportunity to stroll around the impressive cliff top, enjoying panoramic views and taking in the history of the area. Marvel at the captivating landscape and stunning views out to sea. You will certainly take lovely photos here! Included in the price is entrance to the cliffs as well as viewing an interactive video in the visitors centre.

12:45pm After exploring the cliffs, you will have worked up an appetite, so we will stop for lunch at the delightful village of Doolin. We usually eat at Fitzpatrick’s Pub, which has delicious fish and seafood chowder. Doolin is well-known for its local Irish music and is located near Lisdoonvarna, famous for its matchmaking festival.

2:00pm After lunch we head to the karst landscape of the Burren. This is a unique limestone region which is home to many plants and flowers which manage to grow within fertile crevices in the rocky exterior. Lovely orchids and bright gentian blue flowers only grow in this part of the country. See if you can spot them! Take a refreshing walk right on the coast and navigate the rocky landscape as you explore the Burren.

3:30pm We will visit Corcomroe Abbey, which is an impressive and well preserved 12th century abbey with intricate carvings within the ruin and surrounded by lush countryside. We head back to Dublin via a different route, which includes a stop in charming Kinvara and views of historic Dunguaire Castle.

7:00pm We will return to Dublin reminiscing about the days activities, the memorable scenery and with stories to tell about our experiences!


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Cliffs of Moher Tour Testimonials


“An amazing day trip from Dublin!”

This was a fantastic trip on November 6, 2016!! We had a large comfortable bus, which left early in the morning. Gerard was our amazing driver for the day, and he was extremely informative and a bit funny as well. We raced to the Cliffs, and got there well before the rest of the tour buses. Plenty of photos later, we took off and were the first bus to arrive for lunch. A nice country lunch, with even a vegetarian option. Then we took off for the Burren, weaving along the beautiful rocky coastline. Stops were at an ancient monastery, a castle and for a treat and a restroom break, we stopped at Hazel Mountain Chocolate Organic Factory. When we passed by Galway, there was a huge rainbow!


TRIP ADVISOR Reviewed November 2016




“Cliffs of Moher Day Tour”

5 of 5 stars Reviewed 10 February 2015 NEW This was a very long day but one of the best travel experiences of my life. My 13 yr old son and I took this tour and it was the highlight of our trip. Our guide, Bud, was amazing and very accommodating. The day was broken up over several stops, all gorgeous and spaced so that you don't mind being on the bus. The Cliffs were just breathtaking. Lots of steps but also broken up so you didn't have to take them all on at one clip. Seeing the coastline and driving through the small towns really enables you to experience the whole deal. This is a "MUST SEE" for any trip to Ireland.

TRIP ADVISOR Reviewed February 2015




“Well organised and excellent tours!”

5 of 5 stars Reviewed 27 January 2017

I took two tours, one of the Cliffs of Moher and the other of the Giants Causeway. Both tours were perfect, the drivers were very professional and knowledgeable. Lovely accents too! The tours are very well timed, they have planned all activities and stops to the minute and it really makes for a perfect tour. The coaches are extremely comfortable, the stops for refreshments are great and the information given during the tours was top notch. Loved the Irish music also that our drivers played in the coach. It was lovely to ride through Ireland's countryside listening to Irish tunes. I had the best time and definitely want to take more of the available day tours to see more of this beautiful island. Ireland is a stunning location and Irish Day Tours chooses the best locations to see and experience. Highly recommended!

TRIP ADVISOR Reviewed January 2017




“Great trips to Cliffs of Moher and Blarney Castle”

5 of 5 stars Reviewed January 2017

Took 2 1 day tours first day to Cliffs of Moher. Our guide was friendly and informative and we had an outstanding time. Perfectly clear day and had ample time there and along the coast. Top notch. Second day to Blarney, our guide Tony was great. 2 travelers to another tour company was dropped off by taxi at our location by mistake. Tony got us on the bus, drove the travelers across town to catch their tour, so it wouldn't mess up their vacation! Great customer service. Had a great time at Blarney, Tony even told us a ghost story on the way home after stopping at a pub for a quick pint and we arrived back home! Strongly recommend Extreme Ireland!!

Visited January 2017

 TRIP ADVISOR Reviewed January 2017




My husband and I did two day tours, only planned on doing one to the Cliffs. But that tour was so fun we booked another to the Giants Causeway! So happy we did that!! We had Kevin & Wayne! They we're both so funny and knew so much about history! I've recommended Irish day tours to three friends since getting back home just this week!! I'll keep spreading the word, because y'all are worth every penny!!

Visited January 2017
TRIP ADVISOR Reviewed January 2017


“So much fun!”


We booked a tour to the cliffs of Moher. We were welcomed by Mike, our tour guide for the day. Mike made our trip so much fun, he has a lot of knowledge about Ireland and has a great sense of humor. The bus was large but very comfortable. Mike entertained us with fun facts about Ireland and even sang Irish songs along the way. We made several stops on our way to the cliffs, one of them was de Obama Plaza. Appearantly Obama ancestors are from this small village/town in the middle of nowhere in Ireland, where they named this place to him. When arriving at the cliffs, it was so foggy that we couldn't see anything of the cliffs. What a shame, but there is nothing you can do about it. We went for lunch earlier than planned where Mike promised to call back up to ask whether the fog may have disappeared after lunch, so we could possibly go back up again. After lunch in a small pub - again, in the middle of nowhere - the fog did not disappear, unfortunately. Mike drove us to a small harbour, where we could see the cliffs from another angle and there we saw the cliffs on a distance, with a fog on top of the cliffs. Very nice view as well. After making a few stops on our way home, we arrived back in Dublin at 7-7.30pm.

It was a great tour and we would recommend it to anyone who is going to vitis Dublin (or Ireland). The price is also very reasonable, for what you get.

Visited January 2017

TRIP ADVISOR Reviewed January 2017


“Cliffs of Moher ... Great place...on west coast of Ireland...”

This is a great place to be, specially on a sunny day. Please do check weather conditions before planning travel. This is around 250 kms from Dublin (capital of Ireland) and you travel from East cost to West coast for this attraction. The cliffs though not the highest in the world are a sight to watch. They are straight down cliffs and not tapering ones. Water of the ocean is clean. There are 2 sides to the cliffs, left side as you enter is not that well maintained and is not recommended for a visit. Right side is well maintained with clean paths. They have clearly marked the end point and any person going ahead has to go on his own risk. Its a bit colder due to open place and ocean. Worth spending 2-3 hours.


TRIP ADVISOR Reviewed December 2016