After breakfast overlooking the lakes, the group will be transferred to the stunning Gap of Dunloe. Here they’ll mount bikes for a guided tour of the MacGillycuddy Reeks and Purple Mountain. With appetites whetted, the group will gather for a delicious BBQ and artisan food experience in Lord Brandon’s Cottage.
After lunch, there’s a chance to relax with a therapeutic pottery-making session with local craftspeople. From vases to jugs, the group will mould their choice of pieces, which will then be fired and glazed by the experts, ready for a presentation to the group on their last day. From Lord Brandon’s cottage, the group will be transferred by helicopter to the famous Skellig Michael island, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. There they’ll discover the history of the 6th century monks who painstakingly carved out each of the 600 steps to the top, in order to build their church as close as possible to heaven.