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Cliffs of Moher Tours - Dublin

With your Cliffs of Moher tours and tickets, discover one of the most famous and stunning natural attractions of Ireland. Towering 702 feet above the Atlantic Ocean at its highest and stretching for 5 miles along the coast, a trip to the Cliffs of Moher in Ireland tops the bucket list of many a traveler. There are tours available from Dublin that make for a perfect getaway from the city’s hustle and bustle. Admire the coastal scenery of County Clare, soak in the unrivaled beauty of the Irish countryside, and take in the dramatic array of cliffs. Discover the stunning Burren National Park, spend time in the vibrant city of Galway and learn more about the rich geology and history of the area.

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Our tips for Cliffs of Moher

  • Bird watching. Your love for bird-watching will be truly rewarded at the cliffs. Spend time watching doleful puffins, elegant razorbills, chattering kittiwakes; and if you’re lucky, even an elusive peregrine falcon.
  • Trek. Enjoy a wind-whipped trek across the clifftop, try the Doolin Cliff Walk and visit the hugely informative Visitor Center.
  • Pick the combo tour. Pick combo tours such as Cliffs Of Moher And Galway City From Dublin and Cliffs Of Moher, Bunratty Castle, and Galway Bay From Dublin to make the most of your itinerary.
  • Check the weather forecast. Before visiting the cliffs, it is advisable to check the weather forecast since they can be enveloped in mist and fog on overcast days, reducing visibility.
  • Be respectful. As the cliffs provide a natural habitat for numerous species of birds and wildlife, it's important to respect their environment and refrain from causing any disruption.

Good to know

With more than 1.5 million visitors annually, the Cliffs of Moher rank as one of the most popular natural tourist attractions in Ireland. The cliffs consist of layers of shale, sandstone, and siltstone that have existed for over 300 million years.

The name "Moher" is derived from an ancient Irish word meaning "ruined fort." These cliffs have been showcased in various movies and TV series, including "Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince" and "The Princess Bride." Over 30,000 birds, including puffins, guillemots, and razorbills, make their home on the cliffs. O'Brien's Tower, a circular stone tower, was built in 1835 as a viewing platform for visitors.

The cliffs are situated on the edge of the Burren, an exceptional limestone terrain with a wealth of rare flora and fauna. In 2020, the Cliffs of Moher were declared a UNESCO Global Geopark, recognizing their geological importance and distinct cultural heritage.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Q: What is the best time to visit Cliffs of Moher?

    The months of May to August are the best time to visit the Cliffs of Moher. If your main reason to visit is photography, then visit during the afternoon and evening for the best lighting.

  • Q: Where are the Cliffs of Moher located?

    Located near the village of Liscannor in County Clare, the Cliffs of Moher are situated on the west coast of Ireland.

  • Q: How high are the Cliffs of Moher?

    Approximately 214 meters (702 feet) above the Atlantic Ocean, the Cliffs of Moher reach a towering height.

  • Q: What are some other attractions to explore near the Cliffs of Moher?

    Nearby points of interest include the Burren, a distinctive limestone landscape, and the Aran Islands, a cluster of islands celebrated for their traditional Irish culture and picturesque scenery.

  • Q: How do I get around Cliffs of Moher?

    The attraction is located 265 miles from Dublin. You could book a tour from Dublin that includes roundtrip transportation to avoid any hassles. There are also public buses and tours available from Galway, Cork, Limerick, Killarney, and Doolin.

  • Q: Any tips for saving money on Cliffs of Moher tours?

    Save money by avoiding the main entrance to the cliffs. Instead, keep your eyes peeled for the blue and yellow signs to Guerin's Path. This local business offers affordable parking.

    You could also save a ton of dough by booking tours and tickets well in advance to avoid the last-minute surge in prices. Travel during the low season to avail lower air fares and hotel rates. Research online for discount coupons and vouchers to save money on sightseeing and eating out. And last but not the least, book attraction passes and public transport passes to save money on admission fees and transportation.

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