Getting to Dublin from Nairobi takes a Visa for Kenyan Citizens and you can visit this website for more information https://www.dfa.ie/embassies/irish-embassies-abroad/sub-saharan-africa/kenya/
You wouldn’t notice it immediately, because it is easily by the main road of Lower Main Street, Kilbeggan. There is a river passing through and the distillery is still in marvelous condition. As soon as you walk in, you can sense the heritage that is being protected, preserved and admired.
This distillery is over 300 years old and should be every other distiller or whiskey lover’s paradise of knowledge and appreciation of how once upon a time whiskey was produced, packaged and enjoyed. For more information feel free to check out their website http://www.kilbegganwhiskey.com/visit
The tour gives you almost 15 points to see and it is optional if you want a tour guide or marvel yourself. You will come across history of whiskey in its best form, including famous people’s bottles and then right at the end you are welcomed to have a sample of this extraordinary golden whiskey. You can purchase it and trust me whomever you share it with, will love you for your exquisite taste and appreciation of age.