Visit The Cliffs of Moher on a Budget

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Are you looking to travel but are afraid of spending beyond your means? Travel doesn’t need to be costly, and contrary to popular belief, it’s not exclusive to the rich and famous! It can be done at any budget and to suit any needs, once you do enough research. Whether you are a retiree, a parent, a student or an office worker, there are many options out there to ensure you can enjoy the wonders of the world and not end up in financial debt. Travelling is even more enjoyable when you fit it into a budget that suits you. Affordable travelling is a practice that many people are yet to master, and many have been duped by expensive travel agents and travel guides simply by misinformation or a lack of knowledge about how to lessen financial challenges.

Overview of Cliffs of Moher Tour

The Cliffs of Moher is recognised as the number one tourist attraction in Ireland. It appears in The Princess Bride and Harry Potters: The Half Blood Prince. This tourist attraction is a must see place for anyone looking to travel in Ireland. The Cliffs of Moher tour departs every day at exactly 10am from Galway Coach Station.

In Galway Bay, the first stop is the quaint fishing village of Kinvara, where you can see The Burren and Dunguaire, an area that is home to 75% of the native flora of Ireland, and where you can find a wide range of ancient monuments. Some of the ancient monuments include Ballyalban Fairy Fort, Poulnabrone Dolmen and Gleninsheen Wedge Tomb. Travellers will also get a chance to shop at Kilfenora to see the Celtic Crosses. For a mouth-watering lunch, you can visit the Doolin Coastal Village then visit the infamous Cliffs of Moher.

On your tour you can enjoy the majestic views over the Aran Islands and Atlantic Ocean before getting some free time to enjoy the true beauty of Cliffs of Moher. On the Coast Road, you’ll enjoy the views of Aran Islands, Galway Bay and you’ll have an opportunity to walk along the Burren. You’ll arrive back in Galway City at approximately 6:00pm. For adults, this magnificent tour will cost the small amount of €30 for senior citizens, for students it will cost a mere € 25 and children can enjoy the tour for only €20.

How to Travel on a Budget?

  • Find the Cheapest Hostel

Hostels are cheaper than hotels. Though the space may be a bit more  cramped and smaller, they offer the same amenities and basic travel comforts that many hotels also offer. If you are searching for free airport transfers, free breakfast and Wi-Fi connection, most hostels offer these services.

  • Walk More

Travelling on a budget simply means preparing to give up private cars and taxis. The only thing that travellers don’t understand is that they’re spending more for transportation expenses than they are for souvenirs, lodging or food. If you use your feet more, you will be able to improve and test your sense of direction and at the same time you can experience and spot interesting places that you wouldn’t of had the opportunity to see in a taxi or train.

  • Have a Flexible Itinerary

It is highly important to have a flexible itinerary to keep all things in proper order, but it’s more important to enjoy your travel so make sure to have a little room for unexpected adventures!

If you’re planning to visit the Cliffs of Moher, Galway Tour Company is the best option for you. They offer you affordable travel packages and affordable deals to suit any budget!