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Wild Connemara Tour

Discount: €5 OFF your next tour €7 of your third

Picture The Lakes of Connemara, Connemara  Tour


DEPARTURE TIME : 6:30AM ( Arrive 10 mins before )

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


Adult  –  €55

Student (13-16) / Senior  –  €50

Children (5-12)  –  €27.50

Infants (0-4)  –  Free



Add a meal back in Dublin at The Riddler Restaurant serving modern Irish Food.

( Meal options available to add on our booking page  –  Your guide can drop you off at the restaurant in Christchurch just minutes from the city center by foot )



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Join us on our Connemara tour to explore another of Ireland’s 7 Wonders. Connemara is located in Ireland’s beautiful west with unique and breathtaking scenery. On one side you have the Wild Atlantic Ocean and on the other the majestic mountain ranges of the Twelve Bens and Maumturk. Connemara has enchanted visitors for generations. The unique landscape has truly captivated Hollywood and it captivates visitors daily to this thriving region. The scenic landscape is something visitors cannot forget. It will also be a cherished memory for many years to come.  

Experience the journey with our friendly, knowledgeable and entertaining tour guides. To ensure your satisfaction our guides regularly take part in ongoing training and knowledge building days. They all are unrivaled in their knowledge of Ireland’s geography and history. Their charming characters and fun loving attitudes will ensure you have plenty of craic on this memorable and unforgettable journey through the region of Connemara.

Explore Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way; discover the local flora and fauna and the intriguing history and mythology of this beautiful area. A trip to Connemara is a must for all travelers to Ireland. It is a place you need to see to believe. When you arrive at the Connemara National Park, be prepared to be mesmerized by the beauty surrounding you. You may be left speechless as you take in the majestic landscape. Perhaps consider a trip to Blarney Castle (another of our day tours) to reclaim the gift of the gab by kissing the Blarney Stone.


From November 2017 to April 2018, the Killary boat tour is closed so we can’t offer it as part of our Connemara tour. We are delighted to offer instead a unique experience on a traditional working sheep farm. At the Killary Sheep Farm, right in the heart of Connemara you can watch the farmer give a sheep dog demonstration, along with some other tricks of the trade. 

ITINERARY - Wild Connemara Tour 


6:30am : Depart Dublin 

We will meet in front of the Molly Malone Statue located on Suffolk Street (map is available within the link to the booking page). We will begin our exciting journey by crossing the west coast of Ireland toward the vibrant town of Galway. We will take an exceptionally scenic route towards Oughterard, which is considered to be the gateway into Connemara! While passing through charming little towns along the way, you will have the luxury of encountering views that are truly unmatched anywhere else across the land! Any signs or boundaries do not mark Connemara National Park; you will realize you have arrived from the breathtaking surroundings.


10:30am : Killary Boat Cruise 

Ireland has only one fjord and we are heading straight for it – the Killary Fjord. Marvel at the thriving mussel beds and look out towards Mweelrea, the highest mountain range on the west coast of Ireland. Please note that during the high season (April - October) this tour offers a 1.5-hour boat cruise around Killary Harbor. During the low season (November - March) the boat cruise will not run and instead we will make our way over to the Killary Sheep Farm, a traditional farm that hosts approximately 200 ewes and lambs that roam freely across the fjord. Visitors have the unique opportunity to observe a local farmer performing a skilled sheepdog demonstration.


12:15pm : Maumturk mountains 

We continue our journey around the Connemara region. This area is designated as a “Gaeltacht” region where the local residents speak Irish as a first language. You’re bound to learn a few words or phrases along the way. Your guide can give you some pointers and regale you with his or her best Gaelic! We will then drive along the Maumturk Mountains on one side with the Twelve Bens Mountains on the other. This is an incredible route, providing you with outstanding views and it will leads you through the village of Recess. It is a village with a fascinating history and is home to historic events such as Alcock and Brown landing their plane here after their record-breaking nonstop flight from North America to Europe. This is also where Guglielmo Marconi based himself after causing a sensation in the early world of communications by transmitting wireless messages from his station at Poldhu in Cornwall to Newfoundland in 1901.


12:45 : Kylemore Abbey

We will have a photo opportunity at Kylemore Abbey. Once a prestigious female boarding school, but now it hosts nuns on retreat as well as welcoming tourists visiting from around the world! Nestled at the base of the Druchruach Mountains and looking out onto the northern shore of Lough Pollacappal, the sprawling abbey is a sight to behold. It is known as one of the most romantic places in Ireland; a place filled with history.


2:00pm : Inagh Valley 

We will travel through the stunning Inagh Valley. “Can you hear me now?” is a well known catch phrase, as the Inagh Valley is a notorious spot for losing mobile phone service. It is a valley filled with stunning mountains and lakes. As we head towards Galway, we pass the little village of Leenane where the movie “The Field” was filmed. 



we visit the intriguing Glengowla silver mines which were abandoned in 1865 and is now run as a museum and a fascinating insight into life back then.


7:00pm : Arrive back in Dublin

We will arrive back in Dublin after an exciting and unforgettable journey discovering the savage beauty that is Connemara. Your friends will be jealous and will all want to go to the region of Connemara after seeing your beautiful photos.


GALLERY - Wild Connemara Tour 

TESTIMONIALS - Wild Connemara Tour



I went to a day tour to Connemara
The guy tour was very polite, nice and funny. 
We had a problem with the bus, we had to change the bus. We had one hour of delay but the guide tour change our booking from the boat cruise and we didnt miss any attraction. and he stopped one place more like a special tour because what happened with the bus. I recommended this company.


Trip adviser October 2017




Trip to Connemara

Amazing trip to the Connemara, and Jim our driver was so nice, funny with lots of good stories! Perfect day! 



“Connemara - Stunning”

5 of 5 stars We did the Connemara day trip. It was great! I want to visit that place again. Our driver was fantastic - he was nice and friendly. He was even able to deal with the fact that we got stuck behind a triathlon and we were going to be late for the fjord ferry. You get to see a lot in one day and if you're on a tight schedule, these day trips are the best way to see a lot of things and still enjoy your trip.







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