kayaking

Sea Kayak with Scottish Wildlife

Sea Kayak with Scottish Wildlife

Duration:3 hours total
Includes:Equipment
Languages:Offered in English

About your host

My enjoyment of the wilderness came at age 13, and since then I love to get into the outdoors in the pursuit of rock, snow, or water. I am passionate about our wilderness which, along with my young family, encouraged me to set up this sea kayaking venture. I enjoy sea kayaking, as it allows me to see things from a different perspective and get up close to beaches, islands, and wildlife that are…
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What we’ll do

From North Berwick we will learn how to sea kayak and head out on a journey around the islands of Craigleith and Lamb. We can stop on some of Scotland's most beautiful beaches, pass under historic Tantallon Castle, or paddle into the smallest harbour in Scotland. This area is full of wildlife, with huge seabird colonies including puffins, gannets, razorbills, guillemots, and many more. Seals and,…

What else you should know

Wear sporty/outdoor style clothing and shoes that can get wet. Bring a drink, snacks, spare top, change of clothes, and a towel—just in case. Please arrange your own transport to the meeting place.

What I’ll provide

All kayaking equipment
Dry cag, buoyancy aid, kayak, paddle, and spray deck

What to bring

Drink
Snack
Shoes that can get wet and spare pair
Change of clothes - just in case.
Towel
Hat

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kayaking
£58 per person
£58 per person