Experience the breath taking views in the great outdoors where the Cliffs meet the Atlantic Ocean
On the West Coast of Ireland by the Atlantic Ocean, the impressive Cliffs of Moher culminate at 214m above the sea level and are one of the must-see attractions when visiting this part of Ireland.
The majestic cliffs have been facing the ocean for over 350 million years, and they are part of the Burren & Cliffs of Moher Unesco Global GeoPark.
Why take a visit to the amazing Cliffs of Moher with your group?
- This is a mindblowing landscape and an unforgettable outdoor experience
- When the weather is clear you can see the Aran Islands, Galway bay, as well as the Twelve Pins, the Maum Turk Mountains in Connemara and Loop Head to the South
- The Cliffs are part of a specially protected area and over 20 different species of birds are represented there – you may even get a chance to see the famous puffins!
- This iconic attraction is the number one of the ten most Instagrammed places in Ireland, so don't forget to take your picture! Even the movie Harry Potter and the halfblood prince had scenes from the movie shot at the Cliffs of Moher.
- The environmentfriendly visitor centre will explain more about the local wildlife and the geology of the Cliffs
It is important to note that the site is located in a very remote area and therefore is only safely accessible by coach/car - a pre-booking which includes the visitor centre is mandatory and will give you access to parking; the site and the visitor centre for as long as you wish.
One of the nicest ways to take in the cliffs’ magnificence and truly realise their height is to see them from below. We at CGH can organise this experience for your group with daily cruises with the Doolin Ferry Company
How can I go there with CGH?
From Dublin: on a scheduled private day trip which will also includes some time in Galway city
From Galway: by hiring a coach and scheduling a day in the Burren area – why not include a stop at the nearby Aillwee Caves on the way.
October to February: 9:00 – 17:00
March/April/September: 8:00 – 19:00
May to August: 08:00 – 21:00
Duration of Visit
Approximately 90 minutes.
Notes for Group Leaders
The wind can blow very strongly at the top of the cliffs, and the weather is ever-changing. Suitable clothing is recommended for all weather conditions. From time to time weather warning come into place due to extremely high winds and the site may have to temporary close. We recommend to always check the weather forecast on the day you are visiting.
Liscannor, Co. Clare, Ireland