Spend 5 days sea kayaking on the crystal clear blue waters of the Isles of Scilly. See these islands from a whole new perspective. Eat your lunch on a deserted white sandy beach, paddle in search of seals, and maybe spot a puffin or two.
We are based at St Martin's Campsite hosted by Ben and Caroline. From here we explore these magical islands each day. You can join us there or choose alternative accommodation on the island of St Martin's to suit your needs. We aim to do plenty of sea kayaking with trips to as many of the islands as we can get to! Enjoying the wildlife and the breath taking scenery that this unique location has to offer.
Whether you are a complete beginner, or seasoned kayaker, these beautiful islands are not to be missed. Once visited they find a place in your heart that keeps you coming back. Learn to sea kayak or advance the skills you already have with a week of tuition and guiding. Meet some like minded people, and even lifetime friends as you chat over a drink in the pub that boasts the best view in Britain!
Our qualified and very experienced guides work under the professional body of British Canoeing they create a relaxed and fun environment in which to learn and improve.
The cost includes your tuition/guiding fee and kayaking kit (boat, spray deck, paddle, buoyancy aid, cag, helmet and long john wetsuit).
We recommend 14yrs + and under 18's must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.
Other costs to be booked and paid for separately by you:
- Camping four nights around £50: www.stmartinscampsite.co.uk
- Ferry approx £110 https: www.islesofscilly-travel.co.uk
- Water taxi St Mary’s to St Martin's and back about £10
- Camping equipment and food for the week
COVID NOTE - We are planning this year's trips based on last summers Covid policies. We are only booking 5 clients per instructor to keep the groups to 6 people in accordance with government guidelines. If you have any questions about our Covid policies please contact us.
Also please take the time to read the Covid restrictions for the Scillonian ferry and St Martin's campsite