About Wild Rover Tours

Dublin-based Wild Rover Tours offers quality, excellent-value tours throughout Ireland. On a Wild Rover Tour you'll journey through incredible unspoilt landscapes and quaint traditional villages, exploring historic landmarks and friendly communities with all the green fields you could ever imagine! Ireland is well known as the land of poets, storytellers, myths and legends, and Wild Rover's guides are experts in Irish history, folklore and storytelling. Learn more about Ireland's enchanting landmarks on one of their full-day tours departing from Dublin.

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Cliffs of Moher Tour

Voted the #1 Tour in Ireland and the 6th best tour in the world in the TripAdvisor Travellers Choice Awards 2020, Wild Rover's Cliffs of Moher Tour is not to be missed. On this tour you'll enjoy 2 hours at the Cliffs of Moher - voted seventh most wonderful heritage site in the world by UNESCO. Entry to the The Atlantic Edge interpretive centre is included. You'll then journey along the Wild Atlantic Way to enjoy spectacular views of the ocean, Aran Islands and Galway Bay, and pass through Burren National Park - home of 75% of Ireland's national flora. Finally you'll arrive in Galway, Ireland's ‘most Irish’ city, and enjoy world-famous Irish folk street musicians on a guided walking tour. After this you'll have 90 minutes of free time to relax, shop, or even stop off at a traditional pub and listen to some live Irish music before your journey back to Dublin.

Giants Causeway & Belfast Tour

Experience Northern Ireland on this day tour to the Giant’s Causeway (voted #2 Best Day Trip in The World for Cultural Experience in the TripAdvisor Travelers' Choice 2020). On arrival in Belfast you can choose to learn more about the city’s rich history on a Black Taxi Tour, or take a Titanic Experience Tour - admission to either option is included. Departing Belfast, you'll stop at Dunluce Castle, a Game of Thrones filming location, and then enjoy spectacular scenery on the journey along the Antrim Coastal Drive to the Giants Causeway. This geological phenomena is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, best known for its distinctive rock formations that fringe the coastline, including the Wishing Chair, the Giant’s Boot and Organ. Before your journey bck to Dublin, you can choose to enjoy lunch and learn about the legend of Finn MacCool.

Kilkenny, Wicklow Mountains & Glendalough Tour

Experience the beauty of Ireland's south-east on this full-day tour to Kilkenny, the Wicklow Mountains and Glendalough. Beginning in Kilkenny, you'll take a 45-minute walking tour of the city and hear tales of ancient kings and witches from your guide. Following this, you'll have 1 hour, 45 minutes of free time to explore Kilkenny - suggested highlights include Kilkenny Castle and Rothe House. The journey continues through the stunning landscape of the Wicklow Mountains, where you'll have a short stop for photos. Then on to spectacular Glendalough, its ancient monastic settlement, glacial valleys and lakes, where you'll enjoy a 30-minute guided walking tour and visit a working sheep farm to see a traditional sheepdog trial and hold a baby lamb (seasonally dependent). On the journey back to Dublin, you'll pass through Roundwood, the highest village in Ireland.

Return Coach Journeys

All tours include return coach journeys from Dublin and transfers between stops in luxury air-conditioned coaches with 4G WiFi. There aren't toilet facilities on board, but regular comfort stops are made.

Expert Guides

All Wild Rover tours feature expert guides who are eager to share their knowledge and experience of living in Ireland, along with the history, myths, legends and folklore that the country is steeped in. Your friendly guide will be available to answer questions and offer insight, humour, passion and and expertise throughout your day tour.