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Submitted on Oct 06, 2021 Useful Info

7 Best Rated Cliffs of Moher Tours from Dublin

Are the Cliffs of Moher Worth Visiting?

Ireland’s Cliffs of Moher are no doubt worth a visit. They sit perched on the sharp edge of the Atlantic Ocean with the main view looking out over this vast sea and the idyllic Irish countryside full of cows, sheep, and beautiful rolling hills on the other.

How Far are the Cliffs of Moher from Dublin?

When traveling by car, the Cliffs of Moher take about 3 hours and 15 minutes to get to from Dublin. That being said, the Irish also drive on the left side of the road and sit on the right side of the car, with the majority of cars being manual, so you’ll need to know how to drive a stick shifter. Because of this, the journey typically takes tourists a lot longer.

This is why I recommend first-time visitors to Ireland, or even just those who aren’t comfortable driving under these conditions, to book a tour through a reputable agency.

When is the Best Time to Visit the Cliffs of Moher?

The summer months of May through September typically offer the warmest weather in County Clare. July is the county’s least rainiest month with lower wind speeds on average, whereas August through January have the highest chances of rain throughout the year.

If you’re hoping to visit the cliffs without thousands of other people, get up early and get to the cliffs around sunrise. Not only is this one of the most beautiful times to view the cliffs, but it’s also when there will be far fewer people.

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Tips for Visiting the Cliffs of Moher

  1. Pack a Rain Jacket
  2. Pack Good Walking Shoes
  3. Pack Food and Water
  4. Be Careful Near the Edge
  5. Be Prepared for Heavy Winds

For the full guide and description to each of the above linked tours, go to