Explore the legendary Cliffs of Moher as you enjoy the glacio-karst landscape of the Burren while travelling along Wild Atlantic Way
Our coach leaves daily at 9:30am from Kinlay Hostel, Merchants Road. As we travel south to the Cliffs of Moher, along Wild Atlantic Way, our driver / guide will share with you Irish history and folklore.
We will stop for a photostop on the outskirts of Kinvara, at Dunguaire Castle. Once you see it, you will understand why this is one of the most photographe castles in Ireland. We then take you through the lunar landscape of the Burren and past the 12th century Corcomroe Abbey, which is famous for its carvings and ornamentation.
Next, we take you through Ballyvaughan, and onto the Burren Birds of Prey Centre (entrance not included).
Since 2008, this centre has been educating visitors with their interactive displays. They play an important role in conservation of Birds of Prey through visitor awareness. Apart from that, it also plays an active role in fund raising for Raptor Conservation monitoring efforts in Ireland.
We then continue onto the Wild Atlantic Way along the coast of Country Clare, taking you through Black Head (Discovery Point on Wild Atlantic Way) and Fanore Strand (another Discovery Point on Wild Atlantic Way).
On the way to the Cliffs of Moher, which of course is a Signature Point on Wild Atlantic Way, you will see Galway Bay, Aran Islands and Connemara mountains. Your entrance fee to the Cliffs of Moher is included.
You will now have 2 hours to explore this majestic Cliffs of Moher. Enjoy the spectacular view and be amazed by the 214-metre long Cliffs.
We go back to Galway via Lisdoonvarna, the famous place for their annual match-making festival.