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Private Luxury Day Tour to The Cliffs Of Moher


Private Luxury Day Tour - 12 Hours - 950€

Tour In a Brand New Mercedes V-Class

Embark on a luxurious journey with Black Tie Chauffeurs, where refined experiences meet the charm of Ireland’s captivating destinations. Our chauffeur-driven adventures seamlessly blend opulence with discovery, inviting you to indulge in the beauty of the Cliffs of Moher and beyond.

Explore the iconic 215 meters (700 feet) cliffs, stroll along their majesty, or opt for a leisurely cruise to enjoy the breathtaking views from the water below. Venture to the picturesque village/port of Doolin, a gateway for boat tours to the Aran Islands, offering panoramic vistas of the Cliffs of Moher.

As you travel, Black Tie Chauffeurs ensures a touch of sophistication in every aspect of your journey. Pause to relish the flavors of Ireland with traditional fish and chips, Irish chowder, or a hearty meal like leg of lamb or steak, complemented by a refreshing pint of Guinness.

Moving from the Cliffs towards Galway, our private tour unveils the beauty of the Atlantic coast, the distant allure of the Aran Islands, and the Twelve Pins Mountain Range. En route, appreciate the vast beauty of The Burren, often hailed as the “Grand Canyon of Ireland,” spanning 220 square miles.

On the return, enjoy the scenic spectacle of the Atlantic Coast, the distant silhouette of the Aran Islands, and the charm of Galway Bay. At Black Tie Chauffeur, we offer you the flexibility to customize your itinerary. Our new Mercedes-Benz V Class Extra Long Wheelbase ensures a comfortable and stylish ride for your personalized adventure.

Indulge in the excellence of chauffeured travel with Black Tie Chauffeurs – where every drive is a blend of luxury and every destination a discovery waiting to unfold.

  1. Dramatic Height: Soaring to a height of approximately 214 meters (702 feet) above the Atlantic Ocean, the Cliffs of Moher are an awe-inspiring natural wonder, offering breathtaking views along the western coast of County Clare in Ireland.

  2. Birdwatching Haven: The cliffs are a paradise for bird enthusiasts, hosting a diverse array of seabirds. Puffins, razorbills, guillemots, and gulls find sanctuary here, making it a prime destination for birdwatching against the stunning backdrop of the cliffs.

  3. Film and Television Fame: The Cliffs of Moher have played a starring role in the world of entertainment, featuring in iconic films such as “The Princess Bride” and making a memorable appearance in the “Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince” movie.

  4. O’Brien’s Tower: Standing proudly at the southern end of the cliffs, O’Brien’s Tower is a historic structure constructed in 1835. Named after Sir Cornelius O’Brien, it serves as a panoramic lookout point, offering visitors sweeping views of the cliffs and the surrounding landscape.

  5. Geological Time Capsule: With a geological history dating back over 300 million years, the cliffs showcase layers of shale and sandstone from the Upper Carboniferous period. The rock formations provide a captivating glimpse into the Earth’s ancient past.