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Book Three Day Tours & get 12.5% off. Tour 1: Cliffs of Moher & Bunratty. Tour 2: Belfast & Giant's Causeway. Tour 3: Wicklow, Glendalough & Kilkenny
Tour 1: Visit the Cliffs of Moher - voted seventh most wonderful heritage site in the world by UNESCO. Entry is included.
Tour 1: Visit Bunratty Castle & Folk Park, the most complete and authentic medieval castle in Ireland. Experience village life in 19th century Ireland at Bunratty Folk Park!
Tour 2: Experience the amazing highlights of Northern Ireland on this day tour to Belfast & the Giant’s Causeway from Dublin. Voted 2nd Best Day Trip in The World for Cultural Experience.
Tour 2: Visit Belfast and learn more about the city’s rich history on a Black Taxi Tour or alternatively enjoy a Titanic Experience Tour.
Tour 3: Travel the stunning landscape of the Wicklow Gap and Wicklow Mountains. Discover Glendalough’s Monastic City, dating back to 600AD.
Tour 3: Enjoy a guided walking tour of the historic city of Kilkenny (price included)
Why Choose this Tour
Book this special offer bundle and get 12.5% off. Wild Rover Tours is Ireland's #1 day tour operator. All admissions are included and we offer a best price guarantee and free cancellation in case your plans change. You can't book this deal anywhere else. Book direct to save.
This special offer represents a 12.5% discount by booking all three day tours at the same time.
The tours can be taken in any order.
We apologise but this tour is not suitable for children aged 2 and under.
This bundle includes Cliffs of Moher with Bunratty. For Cliffs of Moher with Galway see our Super Saver 3 Tour Special.
Every day, all year round
Cliffs of Moher & Bunratty
7am at Starbucks Café, 1 – 3 Crampton Quay, Dublin D02 EW97.
Belfast & Giant's Causeway
7:00am at The Starbucks Cafe on Dame Street / 1 College Green
7:05am at Dublin Bus Office, 59 O’Connell Street, Dublin 1
Wicklow & Kilkenny
8:10 AM at Hotel Riu Plaza The Gresham Dublin, 23 Upper O'Connell Street
8:20 AM at Ulster Bank, 33 College Green/Dame Street, Dublin 2 (50 metres from the front gates of Trinity College overlooking the street fountain)
8:30 AM at Leonardo Hotel Dublin Christchurch - Formerly Jurys Inn Hotel, Dublin 8.
Cliffs of Moher
7:300 PM at D’Olier Street, near O´Connell Bridge, Dublin 2.
Belfast & Giant's Causeway
8:30pm at Old Cleary’s Store on O’Connell Street
Wicklow & Kilkenny
6:00 PM at Dublin City, Eden Quay, Dublin 1
Transport, guides and all admissions, including Cliffs of Moher Visitor Centre & Bunratty Castle. Optional walking tour of Ennis.
Black Taxi Political Tour OR Titanic Experience
Guided walking tour of the historic city of Kilkenny is included
Guided tour of Glendalough’s Monastic City, dating back to 600AD
Note: Other tour companies do not include admission to attractions.
Lunch. You will have the opportunity to try delicious traditional cuisine on your tour.
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Tour 1: Cliffs of Moher & Bunratty Castle
Visit the Cliffs of Moher
Visit the most authentic medieval castle in Ireland
Departing at 6:55am and 7:00am (dependent on pick up location) your day tour to the Cliffs of Moher from Dublin will travel through Kildare and Limerick before arriving in County Clare.
Arriving at the Cliffs of Moher at approximately 11:00am you will be struck by their enormity. The cliffs are 214m high at the highest point and run for 8 kilometres along the western seaboard of County Clare. The sheer height of the cliffs and the spectacular views are sure to leave a lasting impression. During your 1 hour and 45 minutes stop at the cliffs, you can choose to Visit O’Brien’s Tower, which stands proudly on a headland off these wonderful cliffs, and enjoy views of the Aran Islands and Galway Bay.
Your tour includes a premium admittance ticket to The Atlantic Edge interpretive centre. Here you can see photographs, exhibits, displays and experiences that will add extra insight to the Cliffs of Moher. Continue the tour to The Ledge virtual reality cliff face adventure shown in the audiovisual theatre allowing you to experience life at the cliff face both above and below sea level.
Ennis Town & Walking Tour
Departing the Cliffs of Moher, we head to Ennis, Ireland’s friendliest town. Stretch your legs and uncover Ennis' hidden gems on an optional guided walking tour to explore the town's culture, people and history.
Traditional Irish music is an important part of Ireland’s culture and heritage and Ennis is at the heart of the trad scene in Ireland, home to musicians famous both at home and abroad. Take the opportunity to visit one of the local pubs, famous for their traditional music sessions and for wholesome luncheon menus.
Our next stop takes us to Bunratty Castle & Folk Park for 1 3/4 hours.
The exact military site of Bunratty Castle dates to 900AD originally being a Viking fortress and trading post vanquished in 970ad by the legendary military leader Brian Boru who eventually drove the Vikings out of Ireland.
Explore the current castle, the most complete and authentic medieval castle in Ireland construction completed in 1425AD.
Find out more about the fascinating history of Bunratty Castle.
Bunratty Folk Park
Your 1 3/4 hour stop at Bunratty will also give you an opportunity to explore the Folk Park. The park features 30 buildings in a “living" village and rural setting. The Village Street is the epicenter of Bunratty Folk Park. Here you will find a collection of brightly coloured shops and buildings side by side. The village houses and shops in the Folk Park have been chosen from many different areas, to form a collection of typical 19th century urban Irish buildings including the School, Doctor’s house, Pawnbrokers, Pub, Drapery, Printworks, Grocery, Hardware shop, Pottery and a Post Office.
Departing Bunratty, you can now sit back and relax as we begin our journey back to Dublin with wonderful memories to share.
Tour 2: Belfast & Giant's Causeway
Belfast & Titanic Quarter
Giant's Causeway UNESCO Site
9:30am Arrival in Belfast. You can choose to enjoy the world-famous Black Taxi Tour of Belfast where your local guide will talk you through Belfast’s fascinating political history or visit the state of the art Belfast Titanic Experience.
Option One: Visit and sign the Peace Line and join the list of world celebrities including Bill Clinton and the Dalai Lama who have signed their name to the wall. Walk along this huge wall which divides the two religious/national communities of east Belfast. The political murals, some of which are the most spectacular in the world, reflect a harrowing and tragic chapter in the history of Northern Ireland. Your personal local guide will relate to you their personal and family experiences of life in Belfast during The Troubles, some of the stories you quite simply won’t believe.
Option Two: Your alternative to a Black Taxi Tour is to visit the Belfast Titanic quarter and the state of the art Titanic Visitor Experience. Here you can experience the entire life and story of the Titanic, from her fateful maiden voyage to her eventful discovery on the seabed of the North Atlantic. Learn about the origins, construction, launch and history of the Titanic. The experience contains interactive features so you can truly explore the Titanic story in an insightful light. The journey will take you beyond the aftermath of the sinking to the later discovery of the ship. This tour will also take you to the present day with a tour of the live undersea exploration centre.
If some of your family wish to visit one attraction and others wish to do the other, that’s perfectly alright as we will regroup before we depart for the Giant’s Causeway. Depart Belfast at 11:50am.
Giant's Causeway Tour
we hit the road and into the heart of Northern Ireland making our way to the spectacular Irish coast. We stop at the remarkably unique Dunluce Castle located on the edge of the north Atlantic coast and used as a filming location for Game of Thrones – an amazing photo opportunity.
Following a route known as the Antrim Coastal Drive we pass spectacular scenery, taking us through the village of Bushmills; best known for its whiskey distillery.
We’ll arrive at The Giant’s Causeway at 1:20pm. This UNESCO World Heritage-listed site was created more than 60 million years ago after a series of volcanic eruptions. The Causeway is best known for its distinctive rock formations that span nearly 18 miles (29 kms) of coastline. During our 2 hour stay you can see formations such as the Wishing Chair, the Giant’s Boot and Organ, enjoy lunch with a choice of providers on site and learn about the legend of Finn MacCool.
This iconic historical castle dates back over 500 years and its location on the cliff edge of the north Atlantic make it one of the most dramatic settings in Europe. The castle has been frequently used over the years in many movies most recently the tv series the Game of Thrones. The admittance to visit and peruse the castle and its grounds for 45 minutes is included in the ticket price.
At 3:25pm, we continue our day trip to Northern Ireland. Next stop is the House of Greyjoy from Game of Thrones.
Dunluce Castle was built by the McQuillan family around 1500. It is located on the top of sheer-sided cliffs 100 feet above the ocean – the perfect location for one of the Great Houses of Westeros. The Castle’s dramatic history of violence, intrigue and rebellion is matched by the scandal and betrayal committed by the Greyjoys in Game of Thrones.
Now sit back and enjoy the relaxing drive back to Dublin, stopping off just after Belfast for a 20 minutes rest stop before arriving back to Dublin at 8:30pm.
Tour 3: Kilkenny City & Glendalough
Visit a Monastic Site from 600AD
Visit Medieval Kilkenny Castle
During the winter months, we will go to Glendalough and the Wicklow Mountains first, and will visit Kilkenny City in the afternoon.
Arriving at 10am, the first stop on our day tour from Dublin is Kilkenny, a city as historic as it is charming. Your 45- minute guided walking tour of Kilkenny City will take you through the narrow and winding cobbled streets and under the city’s many medieval arches. There are plenty of tales to be told by your entertaining guide along the way; from kings and sieges to witch trials and murder.
After the walking tour, you will have a further 1 hour 45 minutes to explore Kilkenny at your own leisure. The city’s compact nature means that all the points of interest are easily accessible by foot and you will have plenty of time to visit an attraction if you wish (admission is not included). You may choose to visit the famous 12th century Kilkenny Castle, in the heart of the city on the banks of the River Nore. Alternately, you could visit Rothe House, a magnificent example of a wealthy silk merchant’s home containing multiple medieval exhibits; including priceless Viking artefacts and a medieval garden.
Kilkenny has a proud food heritage and you will have the opportunity to enjoy lunch while in the city, your tour guide will be happy to make some recommendations. Depart Kilkenny at 12:30pm.
Glendalough & Wicklow Mountains
After lunch, we travel through the county of Carlow into the wild and rugged Wicklow Mountains and the Wicklow Gap. The landscape on your Wicklow Mountains tour will change from lush green rich pasture with gentle valleys, to the dramatic and the breathtaking ancient glacial valleys of the Wicklow Gap. The journey through the mountains will bring you through spectacular locations where famous movies such as Braveheart and PS I Love You were filmed.
Enjoy a 20 minute stop for a stroll and photographic opportunities on top of the Wicklow Mountains overlooking the glens and valleys of County Wicklow.
Continuing over the Wicklow Mountains, we arrive at the heritage site of Glendalough (Glen of two lakes) at 14:30pm.
On arrival in Glendalough, you can join your tour guide on a 30-minute guided tour of Glendalough’s Monastic City. The Monastic city dates to 600 AD and is heralded as a national monument of immense importance having played an important role in reintroducing Christianity to Northern and Central Europe after the Dark Ages.
Our guides will leave you with some of the folklore and legendary stories of Glendalough’s past and direct you towards the stunning Upper Lake. You will have ample time to take a walk and fully appreciate the beauty of the area’s natural wonders.
Glendalough Sheep Dog Trials
When on tour, you have the opportunity to join a real Irish Shepherd at work together with his best friend the Border Collie sheepdog.
The dog, listening to the whistling sounds from the Shepherd, will herd the sheep across fields, through gates and fencing into corrals, out again over ditches around trees to your feet. Depending on the time of the year you will also have the opportunity to hold and feed a baby lamb. This is an experience not to be missed!
Departing at 17:10, we journey through the highest village in Ireland known as Roundwood. From there you can see the Sugarloaf Mountains, which prior to the Ice Age were higher than the Alps. You can also catch a glimpse of the Powerscourt Estate and the Glen of Imaal just before reaching Kilmacanogue.
Now it’s time to sit back and relax as we begin our return journey and arrive back in Dublin city at approximately 6:15pm.