Covid-19 Suspension of services
Due to the Covid-19 outbreak, we have suspended all our tour services from the 16th of March 2020 until the 29th of March 2020. Further cancellations may apply.
We will keep you updated as we monitor developments.
We at Dublin Tour Company simply wish for your safety and wellbeing, and we very much look forward to returning to our tours with you all, as soon as it is deemed safe.
Be safe, and we hope to see you soon, on our tours.
The Team at Dublin Tour Company
Our award-winning Cliffs of Moher and Connemara overnight tour lets you take in the breath-taking scenery that the west coast of Ireland has to offer. The Cliffs are a visitor attraction which is unmissable on your Irish Trip. You also get to take in the sights of the Burren as well as explore Connemara and Cong. Our Cliffs of Moher and Connemara overnight tour combines some of the most spectacular scenery with even more Irish heritage.
With its remote location and rugged coastlines, Connemara is the epitome of natural beauty. It’s small wonder then that it welcomes a steady stream of visitors who want to explore its diverse landscape and meet its communities. Whether you’re keen on sitting in a pub with a pint of Guinness or enjoying Killary Fjord, a Connemara visit will be glorious.
Meanwhile, at Cliffs of Moher, you’ll have all the time you need to take in the majesty, the grandeur of Ireland’s most favourite tourist attraction.
Cliffs of Moher Tour with Connemara and Cong Tour
This overnight tour is the ideal package for those looking to enjoy the best of the West of Ireland. It’s perfect for tourists who are beginning their travels in Dublin but wish to explore more. Our overnight tour combines two of our flagship tours (Cliffs of Moher & The Burren and Connemara & Cong), as well as including a return Dublin to Galway luxury coach. You can even add on one night’s accommodation in a Galway City Centre Hostel.
Our overnight Cliffs of Moher tour combined with our Connemara tour packs it all in, and with just two days you’ll be surprised at the sights and scenery you get to take in.
Cliffs of Moher & The Burren
This part of our Cliffs of Moher and Connemara overnight tour takes in the Burren, which is an area of about 500 square kilometres of landscape that is home to some of the most internationally famous flora. The scenery here is magnificent too.
The Cliffs of Moher themselves are difficult to describe, and you have to see them to appreciate the stunning beauty. The cliffs rise from Hag’s Head in the South and reach a height of over 700 feet. On a clear day, the view is spectacular, and you can see the Aran Islands, Galway Bay, and the hills and valleys of Connemara. The cliffs of Moher are home to many species of birds too including razorbills, guillemots, fulmars, gannets, kittiwakes, ravens, puffins, and more.
Connemara & Cong
The Connemara tour aspect takes you into the area known as the Gaeltacht. The Gaeltacht is where Irish is still the spoken language, and many old Irish traditions are still observed, to this day, in this region. Explore hidden Ireland and enjoy a visit to a 14th-century monastery before entering Cong Village. In Cong village, you’ll have time to explore Cong Woods and see Ashford Castle. Cong Village was the location for the 1950’s movie “The Quiet Man”. You can also enjoy a coffee on the edge of Lough Corrib. You get to see the beauty of all the valleys of Connemara as well as Killary Fjord and take some stunning photographs.
Cliffs of Moher and Connemara Overnight Tour Accommodation Details
At the time of your booking, you will be able to add your accommodation. Your accommodation includes shared dormitory accommodation in a Galway City Centre Hostel. These include Kinlay, Galway City Hostel, Savoy, Snoozles, or Sleepzone. Early notification by email of preferences for all-female or shared dorm accommodation will be referred to the relevant hostel and allocated where available.
Guaranteed Departures – Our Cliffs of Moher Tours Run All Year Round
(Except the 17th of March and the 24th, 25th, & 26th of December, and the 1st of January.)