Delve into the heart of the Earth at Aillwee Cave in Co. ClarePosted by admin on May 13, 2013 in Blog, Day Trips, Family & Friends, Schools, Tours | Comments Off on Delve into the heart of the Earth at Aillwee Cave in Co. Clare
Learn more about nature and feel like an explorer at Aillwee Cave in County Clare. This is an absolute must for anyone who is in the local area and who wants to visit one of Ireland’s oldest caves. But there is more than just a cave to see here, so what else can you see here?
Firstly Aillwee Cave is a fantastic place for all the family and with your tour guide you will be able to explore the winding caves. In here you will see waterfalls that are frozen, the bones of brown bears, rock formations, chasms and stunning caverns as part of the 30 minute walk.
When you emerge from the cave you can visit the tearoom for refreshments and buy a memento of your trip in the gift shop before heading outside. Here you will be able to climb on the Burren Limestone pavements or watch a cheese making demonstration. The Birds of Prey displays are great fun to watch and you can learn more about these amazing animals at the same time. If you feel adventurous you can go on a Hawk Walk with a trained guide and a hawk – you will get the chance to have some hands on falconry experience too. At Wolf’s Den you can find out more about ancients crafts and try your hand at them at the same time.
With so much to see and do here you should give yourself a full day to make the most of your visit to Aillwee Cave.
If you would like to take your group to the Aillwee Cave in County Clare, Anchor Tours will get you all there in comfort and safety. Click here to book now, or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or (042) 937 1405.