Sea Kayak Devon


Overview

Guided trips…  Skills courses… Kayak expeditions!

Individuals, groups and families are all welcome and no experience is required.

There is no better way to explore Devon’s stunning coastline than by kayak! Based in Dartmouth, let Sea Kayak Devon’s highly qualified guides take you on an unforgettable journey:

•    Explore spectacular rocky islands and secret coves
•    Get up close to amazing wildlife
•    Discover incredible sea caves from your kayak!
•    Relax on a secluded sandy beach and roast marshmallows on a driftwood fire

Sea Kayak Devon use the very latest equipment to ensure that you are comfortable and their kayaks are stable and glide easily through the water. Big double kayaks are available so that parents with children as young as 5 can join in the fun!

Try a half day trip or a full day adventure and picnic in a beautiful spot away from the crowds. Sea Kayak Devon also offer fully catered overnight trips where you can relax by a campfire and learn bush craft skills from your guide.

For those looking to take their kayaking to the next level Sea Kayak Devon has several of the UK’s most experienced coaches, who offer a large selection of skills courses. Check the website for more details.

A sea kayak is the ultimate way to explore the unique environment where the sea meets the cliffs and rocks of Devon’s coast. You will be amazed by what you discover!



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