Awarded 'Experience of The Year 22/23' at Visit Worcestershire's Tourism Awards! Learn to stand-up paddleboard (SUP) and enjoy a SUP safari adventure on the beautiful River Avon with Wittering SUP; an ASI accredited SUP school.
We really are fortunate here; the River Avon is a slow, winding, dreamy escape of a river that meanders away from roads, towns and the noise of civilization into a quiet wilderness full of creatures large and small. I regularly see deer swimming in the river during the Summer and Red Kites are starting to shadow us as we paddle along too!
- Develop a professional paddle technique; more power, less effort, more stability, and protection from injury.
- Learn all about paddle safety; knowing your environment, taking the right gear and finding the right board
- Gentle invitations to try pivot turns and sup yoga exercises for brave beginners!
- Get 10% discount on hot drinks, cakes and delicious lunches after your paddle from our pals at Revill's Farm Shop situated right next to us! (For groups we highly recommend booking ahead to reserve your table!)
This is more than just your average 'learn to SUP' session, this is a complete experience giving you the skills to escape into nature safely on a paddleboard so you can explore these natural spaces from the unique perspective of walking on water! WAY more than just a SUP adventure this comprehensive beginner's paddle lesson and SUP safari experience is all about skills, safety, confidence and tranquillity! Stand up For Nature:
Every ticket sold (including gift vouchers), contributes towards our local Kemerton Conservation Trust donation; the custodians of our beautiful local landscape and its wildlife. Together we will stand up for nature. Together we will stand up for nature.This activity is perfect for:
Absolute beginners or intermediates looking for a refresher and an adventure., You'll learn how to stand up paddleboard followed by a peaceful tour of the beautiful river Avon to enjoy the tranquillity and local wildlife (kingfishers, deer, herons, wagtails, skylarks, swallows, Canada Geese, swans, buzzards, Red Kites, otters and even rare curlews at moment!).