Unique Irish Experiences

Private Lambay Island Whiskey Expereince

Enjoy a private tour and experience like no other with an exclusive visit to Lambay Island and Distillery. Owned by The Barings from 1904 to present day, the residents of Lambay Island live off-grid & strive to preserve the island. World whiskey leaders Camus collaborated with the Barings in 2017 to create Lambay Irish Whiskey. Guests will transfer to the island where they will enjoy a guided tour with a member of the family including the medieval castle & chapel. Afterward they will enjoy a Lambay Whiskey tasting and an exclusive visit to the Sea Cask Room.

Inis Oírr Island, Craft Visit & Lobster Lunch

Experience the magnificent Aran Islands on a private island tour including a craft visit and lobster lunch. For your private tour of Inis Oirr, the smallest of the 3 Aran Islands, you have the option of arriving by air or by sea from the mainland. Afterward, guests will have an opportunity to participate in a craft making workshop followed by a private tour of the island. Finally enjoy a fresh lobster lunch prepared by the locals as you take in the glorious scenery of the island.

The Dingle Peninsula & Skellig Michael Tour by Helicopter

This morning, join a local archaeologist and take a helicopter trip along the southern part of the Ring of Kerry and eventually heading out over the Atlantic Ocean to the Skellig Islands, a UNESCO World Heritage site. Following an aerial tour of the Skelligs, you will continue north over the Blasket Islands and back on the mainland over Slea Head and onto the Dingle Peninsula. Following a short aerial tour of the peninsula land in Dingle and travelling by car in the company of your archaeologist, explore the 6,000 years of human history, monastic sites, beehive huts and other ancient landmarks on the Dingle Peninsula. Return to your hotel by car.

Exclusive Medieval Casle Experience

A truly unique experience. Step aboard the zero emission “Azul Zero” and enjoy a 20 minute cruise to a medieval castle on a private island. Enjoy a light drinks reception on board, before meeting husband and wife team Pat and Mary. They will explain the castle’s ‘ruin to restoration’ story and introduce you to the food & drink of the 16th century, giving you a chance to taste the offerings. Upon returning to mainland, enjoy a traditional lunch in a charming local pub, Nuala’s.


These experiences are offered by our Partner Moloney & Kelly. For more information, contact your Vision Travel Advisor today