Private Cliffs of Moher Tour

Private Cliffs of Moher Tour

Private Cliffs of Moher Tour

A magical stretch of coastline which is titled 'Ireland's most popular natural attraction' - The Cliffs of Moher are visited by more than a million tourists each year.

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Your journey at a glance

When you choose an excursion to the Cliffs with Elegant Irish Tours, you choose an experience that is set apart from any other available on the Irish market. You'll enjoy a comfortable journey in one of our luxury vehicles, with a knowledgeable and friendly local guide. We suggest an itinerary, which will take you to the Cliffs of Moher in combination with a comprehensive journey through the many highlights of Ireland's south-western region, including Bunratty Castle, Corcomroe Abbey and the stunning 'Wild Atlantic Way'.
  • Departure

    Your private-hire vehicle and knowledgeable, local guide will collect you at your desired pick-up point. Your day begins with a drive through the beautiful Irish midlands, pausing for a short coffee break mid-morning. As you reach the west-coast, your driver will take you to the village of Kinvara – a traditional Irish fishing village where you can admire the views of the town's small harbor. Just a short distance from the village is Dunguaire Castle, where you'll have the opportunity to take some fantastic photos before continuing your journey.

  • Corcomroe Abbey

    Our next highlight is Corcomroe Abbey - a haunting ruin situated in the most remote countryside - with stunning views from all angles. So remote is the Abbey's location that it provided the perfect solitary dwelling for the ancient monks who inhabited it. Guests interested in history of art will marvel at the 13th century carvings, which remain on the walls of the ruin. Listen in, as your guide elaborates on the history of the area.

  • Wild Atlantic Way

    Back in your chauffer-driven vehicle, enjoy the relaxing cruise along Ireland's 'Wild Atlantic Way' -the rugged and beautiful length of Ireland's Atlantic Coast, which has been drawing visitors to Ireland for decades. Enjoy a stop in the ‘Burren Region' of Co. Clare – a unique geological area of limestone rock, which stretches for miles and miles. You'll continue onto the charming coastal village of Doolin – a popular location for world-class surfers. With fantastic eateries serving the finest of Irish food – Doolin is the ideal lunch stop. Your guide will be happy to recommend a restaurant to suit your preferences.

  • Cliffs of Moher

    After lunch, your tour will take you towards the highlight of the day – the Cliffs of Moher! Named by 'Condé Nast' and 'Lonely Planet', among numerous other publications as an absolute must-see in Ireland – you won't be disappointed with this stunning natural attraction. Stroll along the cliff tops, taking in the mesmerizing Atlantic views, before visiting the 'Atlantic Edge' - a cutting-edge and interactive visitor experience, which houses images and experiences which appeal to guests of all ages.

  • Bunratty Castle - Woollen Mills

    As your exclusive day tour comes to a close, your guide will take you to your final destination - a photo and rest stop at the magical Bunratty Castle. You'll have a short time to explore, shop at the nearby 'Woollen Mills' or simply enjoy a quick 'one for the road' in the nearby charming traditional pub.

  • Return to Dublin

    With fantastic memories of the day, you'll enjoy a comfortable drive back to your preferred drop-off point in Dublin.

Please don't hesitate to contact us for Best Available Rates for the timeframe and route of interest to you. Our ladies and gentlemen are delighted to discuss any hopes or expectations you may have for your Irish vacation.
The recent strength of USD vs EUR means that travelers from the United States to Europe are currently finding the best value in over 20 years when booking their upcoming travel arrangements.

The Irish economy has by now recovered from the pandemic and there is full employment in the country. However, many drivers left the tourism industry during the lockdowns and there is consequently a shortage of chauffeurs.

Also, the conflict between Russia and Ukraine on Europe's Eastern border is leading to shortages and price increases throughout Europe. Although Ireland is on Europe's western edge, far from the fighting, we have not been immune to the related inflation.

European gasoline prices are increasing and hotels and B&Bs in many regional towns are already full through the first half of 2023 as the Irish government hosts tens of thousands of women and children refugees from the conflict.

With these factors in mind, we recommend placing a deposit to fix your tour price as soon as you have decided upon dates - as prices are likely to rise in the coming months.

Please don't hesitate to ask about our competitive deposit and cancellation terms.