Explore os famosos Penhascos de Moher em uma excursão diurna de 12 horas saindo de Dublin, onde você se encantará com a famosa paisagem da Irlanda em um passeio cênico pelo famoso Atlântico. Haverá tempo no caminho para tirar fotos na aldeia de pesca Kinvara e no adorável Castelo de Bunratty.
Sua jornada nesta excursão do penhasco de Moher levará você das margens do rio Liffey de Dublin à Wild Atlantic Way da Irlanda. Você verá a maior atração para visitantes em toda a Irlanda e irá admirar a natureza, a geologia, a história, a cultura e a música da região enquanto viajamos juntos.
Os Penhascos de Moher tem 66% da altura do Empire State de Nova York e se estendem por quase 10 km. Formando parte da borda da Europa Ocidental, esta paisagem é realmente uma visita "imperdível" na Irlanda.
That was the most stunning, breathtaking, unbelievable experience I've ever had. It was my 28th birthday, and my friend and I decided to take this tour. Easily the best day of my life tour guide was top of the line, and the views were absolute gold. I'd give it a million stars if I could.
This tour was amazing. Our bus driver/tour guide Valentine aka Val was hilarious and so helpful. He made the time on the bus fly by. We stopped at Dunguaire Castle, the Burren, an amazing pub lunch at Fitzpatrick's Bar in Doolin, the Cliffs of Moher, and Bunratty Castle. The Cliffs of Moher are so breathtakingly beautiful and Val even recommended the best way to travel around and view them. He seriously made a bus ride enjoyable! I didn't feel rushed at any point, and I am so glad I took this trip.
The tour was excellent and very comfortable. Valentine O'Brian, our bus driver and guide was AWESOME!!! He made the tour enjoyable. All in all great tour and worth every penny. Plus, Val taught us a new word. Take the tour and you'll learn it too.
This tour took us to some excellent locations! I really loved the Cliffs of Moher and the Baby Cliffs, and the little pockets of history we passed along the way were amazing as well! The tour guide highlighted these things as we passed by, unfortunately waffling at times so that I kept losing focus in what he was saying. As enthusiastic as our guide was, I was offended by many of his misogynistic jokes and Irish stereotypes which I felt were totally unnecessary. I was also very unsettled by him telling the history of Saint Patrick just wrong - saying he was kidnapped as a child, when St. Patrick already had a wife and kids when he was taken as a slave. I feel that it's a tour guide's responsibility to tell the truth, not juice things up at the expense of accuracy. Still, it was not enough to ruin our trip - my boyfriend and I really loved the locations and will never forget our experience.
This tour would have received a higher rating, but for two things-a very small bus and the bus driver wasn't able to turn off the heat. It was a very uncomfortable ride being stuffed into seats like sardines in a very hot space. I'm glad I was sitting next to someone I knew, as it would have been very awkward sitting next to a stranger. Our tour guide was very low key, and honestly, we never did catch his name. On the positive side, the Cliffs and other stops made were beautiful. Plus Fitzgerald's Pub had the best food we experienced on our entire seven day stay.