Excursion aux falaises de Moher, sur la côte sauvage et à Galway au départ de Dublin
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Arrêt à: Kilmacduagh Tower, Gort Irlande
Nous sommes les seuls à proposer un arrêt au monastère de Kilmacduagh. Cette ruine qui abrite un cimetière vieux de 1 000 ans sera l'occasion de prendre quelques photos de l'Irlande, la vraie. Une très rare occasion de prendre des photos d'une tour ronde du XIIe siècle située parmi ces nombreux bâtiments paléochrétiens datant du XIe siècle.
Durée: 20 minutes
Arrêt à: Cliffs of Moher, Lislorkan North Latitude: 52.9714578 Longitude: -9.4247540, Liscannor Irlande
En arrivant sur les falaises de Moher, vous serez entouré par la beauté et captivé par la nature. Vous pourrez apercevoir des colonies d'oiseaux rares qui s'élèvent au-dessus de la falaise, vous verrez et entendrez toute la force du sauvage et magnifique océan Atlantique d'en bas et suivrez les nombreux sentiers pour bénéficier de vues spectaculaires qui vous laisseront sans voix. Vous pourrez également en apprendre davantage sur la merveille naturelle des falaises de Moher au centre des visiteurs.
Durée: 1 heure 30 minutes
Arrêt à: The Burren National Park, Clare Heritage Centre, Corofin Irlande
Le parc national du Burren s'étend sur près de 1 500 hectares de hautes terres au sud-est du Burren.
N'oubliez pas d'emporter votre appareil photo pour immortaliser les fascinantes roches karstiques, et les vues qui s'étendent vers les îles d'Aran et la chaîne de montagnes Twelve Bens. Vous pourrez y trouver des plantes méditerranéennes, arctiques et alpines qui poussent les unes à côté des autres. Vous verrez également 75 % de la flore native de l'Irlande ainsi que de nombreux monuments anciens, tombeaux mégalithiques, forteresses féériques et célèbres croix celtiques.
Durée: 20 minutes
Passe devant: Wild Atlantic Way The Atlantic Coast of Ireland, Galway Irlande
Vous suivrez ensuite la totalité de la côte sauvage (Wild Atlantic Way) entre Ennistymon et Galway. Vous passerez devant des sites historiques tels que le château de Dunguaire, etc., et traverserez des villages comme Kinvara, Ballyvaughan, et Kilfenora. Sans oublier l'incroyable vue sur l'Atlantique avec, à l'horizon, la ville de Galway et les îles d'Aran.
Arrêt à: Galway Bay, Galway Irlande
Après votre arrivée à Galway, vous aurez au moins 1 heure pour explorer cette incroyable petite ville. Galway, ville des tribus, est la capitale culturelle de l'Irlande. Cette ville ouverte d'esprit, artistique et bohème dégage une atmosphère qui lui est propre. Explorez les rues piétonnes pavées perpétuellement animées de musique et découvrez des trésors cachés dans les magasins, boutiques et cafés de la ville de Galway.
Durée: 1 heure
- Toutes les autres attractions peuvent être vues sans frais supplémentaires
- Guide professionnel
- Commentaires en direct à bord
- Véhicule climatisé
- Frais d'entrée inclus au centre d'accueil des falaises de Moher
- Le burren
- Arrêt du monastère de Kilmacduagh
- Galway City
- Wild Atlantic Way en voiture
- Coffre à bagages
- Entrée - Cliffs of Moher
- Nourriture et boissons
- Prise en charge et retour à l'hôtel
- Vous recevrez la confirmation lors de la réservation.
- Non recommandé pour les petits enfants. S'ils sont très habitués à voyager en bus (jusqu'à 2 heures entre les arrêts, jusqu'à 13 heures par jour) et qu'ils ont l'habitude de marcher, veuillez réserver 1 place par enfant et apportez votre propre siège enfant.
- Non recommandé aux personnes ayant des difficultés à marcher (beaucoup de marche impliqué)
- Non recommandé aux participants ayant des problèmes de dos, des problèmes cardiaques, les femmes enceintes ou d'autres problèmes médicaux graves
- Galway peut être ou ne pas être le dernier arrêt avant de retourner à Dublin. Les lieux peuvent être visités dans un ordre différent, selon le trafic et la météo.
- Non accessible aux personnes à mobilité réduite
- Accessible en poussette
- Transports publics proches
- Déconseillé aux voyageurs avec des problèmes de dos
- Déconseillé aux femmes enceintes
- Aucun problème cardiaque ou autre problème médical sérieux
- La plupart des voyageurs peuvent participer
- Si les passagers sont en retard à la prise en charge, le bus ne les attendra pas, même s'ils ont appelé le bureau à l'avance. Doit s'assurer qu'ils sont à l'heure.
- Si les passagers sont en état d'ébriété à n'importe quelle étape de la tournée, ils ne seront pas autorisés à monter / descendre dans le bus.
- Le point de rendez-vous est dans le centre-ville, il n'y a donc pas de parking disponible pour que les passagers laissent leur voiture toute la journée.
- Utilisez la salle de bain avant d'arriver au point de prise en charge.
- Apportez un pique-nique et portez également des vêtements et des chaussures confortables, ainsi qu'une veste imperméable.
We had Daniel as our guide and Joseph as our driver. Both of them were great. Daniel even gave a live Irish music experience which was just amazing mood setter with the weather and journey. Definitely and highly recommended!!!
Our tour was great. Guide was knowledgeable and even sang a few tunes for us to fill the time. The only down fall was the other travelers that could not respect the allotted time allowed and we were 30 minutes delay leaving and therefore shorted us 30 minutes to the other durations (by shortening them each by approx. 215 min ea.) I feel those people should have been left. 5 min late is one thing but 30 min... tisk tisk. Ultimately it was not the company but the other traveling companions. I did enjoy our driver who has mad skills. destinations.. gorgeous! and again.. Guide- knowledgeable. Some items on the bus did not work.. like the USB ports to charge your phone if you were using it to take pictures/videos.
The driver and the agent were really great. Julie and Vlad. It was really foggy so we couldn't actually see anything of the cliffs which was really disappointing, but overall all the info and Galway really worth the trip :)
Wonderful sites. The Cliffs, Burren, Galway. Everything. Amazing. The guide (Leisha) and the driver (Sylvester) were knowledgeable, funny and we learnt a lot about Ireland and its past. The pace of the tour was ok, allowing enough time to enjoy all the places seen. I strongly reccommend it. Finn McCools tours are great.
Tour was run excellent! Our tour guide was informative and personable! Our bus driver Stephen drove an amazing route, the Cliffs were spectacular and the sights along the way and visit to Galway was great! ** I did get physically sick.. not due to the tour, the bus or anything rather some bad food along the way! Chloe our tour guide was an absolute angel.. took care of the situation and even bought me a bottle of water.. I had a bad trip back but Chloe got us thru it! Book it.. run great, even when bad stuff happens to a guest!
Probably one of the best tours - George and David (Not sure of his name ;)) were sooo cool. I would highly recommend them. We all got along very well on the bus and ended up with a sing-a-long heading back to Dublin. George is a superb DRIVER! and David :) is well versed and made the Irish history lectures very interesting.
Very interesting landscaping experience! Good to be done on a tour for the first time as you would miss a lot of background otherwise. Actually, I would return on my own. Didn't rate 'excellent' due to a technical issue with the bus causing a 1 hour delay. On the other hand, Dermot (tour guide) can easily transmit passionately all his knowledge making it been more interesting. Bernard (driver) is also a predisposed very funny man. Totally worth it. Enjoy!
We loved the tour with Jack and Kevin! They were really atentious and kind. We'll deffintly recommend. Thank you a lot!
Although the trips to the cliffs is a little long, the views were totally worthwhile. The stop at the monastery on the way is interesting, but the cliffs are definitely the showstopper. After the cliffs, you have awhile to explore in Galway on your own, which allows for a quick dinner or some shopping. Our guide Niall was hilarious and very knowledgeable on all things Ireland. Would definitely recommend this tour!
This tour is incredible! They transport you from central Dublin to each stop on an air conditioned bus. The guide gives you the history of Ireland and the sights you’re seeing, while allowing you free time to roam around the stops as you please! Would highly recommend this tour for anyone wanting to see the western coast of Ireland!
Very good experience, tour guide very nice , only thing our bus had some microphone issues which was fixed in timely manner, than air was not working for a little while but was fixed also shortly and last thing bus was making funny noise all the way of our trip but it wasn't very loud, we could hear it cause we were sitting in very front! Overall very good tour!
I highly recommend this. Excellent value! We got to see the Irish countryside (sheep crossing the road and all!), the bus was so comfortable, the cliffs were incredible and tour was very well organized. Kevin was so knowledgeable and made it extremely special. Eddy the driver was great too.
Derek is a great guide for the tour. He goes above and beyond to take care of his tourists. He entertained us all the way through, very knowledgeable and makes sure that everybody know what to do and where to go. Will recommend this trip to anybody who's interested. View is to die for.
Long drive, 13 hours for rain and very cold but enjoyed the cliffs.Saw what we could, bus driver's music was terrible, Dean Martin really, too old of music but a great driver Capitan John whipping through those roads, trying to make up time from being stuck in traffic. His tour guide Danny was awesome, he gets a 10, very nice, informative on everything, even sang us a song.Captain John gets a 10 also but his choice of music gets a 1, needs more of today's music.
This tour was essentially perfect. Other than the cliffs, Peter was the highlight of the tour - clear, informative, engaging, and really just a nice guy. We had incredible weather so got an amazing view of the cliffs and the surrounding area. Captain John got us safely through the whole trip, with a bit of "craic" along the way! The timing of the tour was also really good, with the right amount of time spent in each place (2 hours at the cliffs, 1.5 hours in Galway, and 20 min each at the ruins and the national park). The bus was quite full but the whole event was well-managed and really geared at giving the guests a good experience and immersion to Ireland. Highly recommend!
Peter, our guide, and Taravane, our driver, worked very hard to provide us with a great experience. The cliffs of moher were magnificent. It was a clear dry day. We ate in Galway. We selected Cooke's Restaurant. Great food and quaint. Plenty of bathroom time and refreshments
I very much enjoyed the trip, our guide was very friendly with everyone and shared a lot of interesting details about Ireland and irish culture and history. The guide was always making it clear what is the plan, next stops, where to go and what to do, so it felt as a very well-planned and thought-through trip. Highly recommended!
Excellent tour and guide. Derek was very helful and he gave very good recommendations. I would add more time in Galway. The sites were amazing and the whole tour was very well organized.
This tour was really great. There are a lot of different tours going to the cliffs of moher, but this tour was really amazing. Daniel and Stan really went above and beyond to make the day a great experience for everyone on board the bus. The cliffs of moher are amazing, and the "baby cliffs" we stopped at after offered amazing photo opportunities. Great experience!
I booked through Viator because honestly I was overwhelmed by the number of tour companies running similar trips and wanted the process streamlined. I'm very glad I did. Finn's Tours was excellent. I did two day tours from Dublin with them and was extremely happy with both days. For my Cliffs of Moher trip, the tour guide Tara and driver Peter were both excellent. Tara's knowledge base about Ireland and its history and magic was unbelievable and it felt as if the entire day was very well planned and rehearsed. I sat in the seat behind Peter, the driver, and was left breathless at least once a minute by his driving skill and how he managed to manouvre the giant bus down the Irish countryside and around other cars without breaking a sweat.They played us some Irish music - which I loved, and Tara even humoured us by playing Ed Sheeran's 'Galway Girl' as we drove into Galway City.It was a long day and worth every cent. You get a lot of bang for your buck. As an Australian, I find it amazing that you can see so much of a country in one day but all the stops were wonderful and I would highly recommend this tour. The Cliffs were even more beautiful than I had expected them to be, and we managed to get there before any other tour buses so had them basically to ourselves for a bit! We were also very lucky with the weather. I had thought originally we wouldn't get much time at each spot, but I found it was just enough time at each one. Ninety minutes at the Cliffs was just about perfect.As a solo traveller in my mid-20s, I was also excited to see that Tara was around my age. Often I book these tours, expecting the tour guide to be older, and the clientele even more so, but having a younger guide was something special to me, because you see the country through the eyes of someone who is truly passionate about their home and is excited to share it with others. Overall, Finn McCool's Tours is running a good thing and I was very happy I booked with them. I wouldn't hesitate to book some more of their tours the next time I'm in Ireland.
Our day to the Cliffs of Moher and Galway was a fun and full 13 hour day. Unlike other trips I considered, this trip includes a visit to an ancient monastery and Galway in addition to the Cliffs of Moher. There was ample time at each location. And both Iriel and Peotr did great jobs of explaining and driving. Definitely a good value.
Really nice driver and tour guide. Definitely recommend to anyone looking to see a lot in Ireland in short period of time. I would have enjoyed spending more time in Galway, but the tour can only allow so much in the day!!
Took this tour on my last day in Ireland and it was better than my expectations! Chris did a great job of sharing many cool facts and stories about the places we passed and the cows. Ask him to tell you the story of why the cows don’t have horns :) The bus was clean and comfortable and Andre was a safe driver.
Derrick was our tour guide and he was absolutely fabulous. He was a musician and sang Irish songs to help us pass the time. We had a delightful day at the Cliffs of Moher but then had an unfortunate event when the bus broke down. It turned out that it was a blessing in disguise. We had a fabulous afternoon in a little village where we were able to tour the castle and enjoy a picnic. It was amazing. Derrick was the best tour guide and while this could have produced a lot of tension and stress, he handled it beautifully. The bus replacement came and we continued on to Galway. He worked a 16 hour day and was absolutely the best tour guide I have ever had. He is charming, entertaining, a fellow musician and the patience of a saint!!! I cannot say enough good things about this wonderfully kind human being and a fabulous tour!
This was a 14-hour day that started at 6:30 am. It was a long drive but fun to travel through the Irish countryside. Seeing the cliffs was worth the ride - they were quite spectacular. We also visited Galway which was extremely crowded and felt quite commercial. The tour guides were absolutely the best - very knowledgeable and helpful. All in all, a great tour - highly recommended and worth getting up early.