“Star Wars” Donegal Tour
As one of the exclusive Star Wars film locations in Ireland, Malin Head, Donegal forms part of the “Planet Ahch-to”. Donegal was also voted by National Geographic as the ‘Coolest Place’! Our tour not only takes you behind the scenes of the “Planet Ahch-to”, we also visit the location that National Geographic used for their print cover image in September 2017.
“Star Wars”, Malin Head, Ireland
As part of The Last Jedi (Disney 2017), The Millennium Falcon was built at this Star Wars film location in Ireland and a host of scenes show Malin Head in the latest “Star Wars” movie.
We worked at this Star Wars location in Ireland and during the filming, we were responsible for the personal safety of Mark Hamill and Daisy Ridley and we help recreate one of the most authentic tours that are available at any Star Wars location in Ireland.
“Star Wars” Walking Tour Malin Head, Ireland
Malin Head is not just about being a Star Wars movie location in Ireland. This is an iconic location the transcends, space, time and even the Millennium Falcon and it goes way beyond the planet Ahch-to, as shown in The Last Jedi (Disney 2017).
This is a location that is rich in history, culture, flora, fauna and tangible heritage which all go far, far beyond the movie.
Bren Whelan, is a qualified Failte Ireland tour guide, with Worldwide movie and tour guiding experience and he will help transform Malin Head, it’s landscape, it’s past/present, plus its importance as a Star Wars film location in Ireland.
Time: 3 hours
Age: Suitability from 5 years +
Distance to walk: 3.5 kilometres
Grade: Easy to Moderate, this walk takes place along an exposed cliff edge with steep drops to the ocean.
Our classic tour is the most informative tour available and gives you a superb behind the scenes insight into the “Planet Ahch-to”.
Cost: Price based on a group size.
*Please note: Bren Whelan / Donegal Climbing / MountainTraining.ie is in NO way associated with Disney / Lucas Films*
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