Passenger ferry to Aran Island of Inis Mor – day trip return – included Cliffs of Moher boat trip at 5.15pm

Inis Mór (Inishmore) is the largest and most traveled to of the Aran Islands. Its very name suggest its size compared to the other islands, meaning “Big Island”.  The population of Inis Mór is about 900 people.

The Aran Islands are believed to be an extension of the Burren Region in County Clare. The famous rocky landscape has helped to create its iconic image of an island divided by fields separated by winding stone walls. The stunning views from this Island reveal an Atlantic gateway from Connemara to Clare.

Traditional Irish culture is alive and well on Inis Mór and is apparent from their Ancient Festivals to nightly music sessions. The Aran Islands are one of the last places in Ireland that have managed to preserve their language despite the threat of persecution in earlier times.

The main harbour Cill Rónán (Kilronan Village) where the ferry arrives is a bustling port with all of the modern conveniences you may need for your visit. There are several pubs, restaurants, and cafes to enjoy a meal in. Visitors can travel around the island by bicycle, min-bus, and pony & trap tours. There are several beaches that ribbon the coastline of Inis Mór providing a rich environment for seal colonies and wildlife. Visitors can enjoy picnicking, fishing, and even have a swim!

On your return from Inis Mor wait for instructions from the crew who will advise you to either remain on the boat or transfer to another one waiting at Doolin Pier.  The 5.15pm is the final cliffs cruise of the day and takes combined ticket holders from all three Aran Islands and those who simply wish to take a cliffs evening cruise.

Join our crew on a one hour journey you will be sure to remember taking in wildlife, nature, and the history of our stunning coastline. Don’t forget your cameras for this awarded a ‘Top 12 Ireland Experience’!  Witness breathtaking views of Ireland’s most famous vista by sea.

• Enjoy the racket from the breeding migrating seabirds on the cliffs – Ireland’s Largest Seabird Colony at the Great Sea Stack
• Be awed by the power of nature below the 214 metre cliffs edge
• Often basking sharks, dolphins, puffins, and Wild Atlantic life pass by or come and play with the boat
• Live expert on board commentary, entertaining and informing

With your combined ticket you will depart Inis Mor at 16.00 and return to Doolin, where at 17.15pm you will commence the Cliffs of Moher 1 hour cruise.  

Pick up

No 1 Doolin Pier, Doolin Co. Clare
Departs every hour between 12 noon and 5.15pm daily

Drop off

1 hour later, same pier