This is an outdoor experience so embrace the elements. If it rains, look up and enjoy the raindrops on your face. If its windy, put your head down and look at it as a physical challenge. Look around you and enjoy the abundance of wildlife from marine birds on the east coast, seals on our ‘Seal Colony’ trip and the abundance of entomology at your feet and on the beach around our wild camp site.
Try to keep up with the rest of the group and if you’re struggling with any aspect of managing your kayak, ask your Guide for some help. What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger.
Listen to your Guides – do what we tell you to do particularly when you’re on the water. We are professionals and the experts and we are directly responsible for your safety and well-being – we take this very seriously.
Pay attention to your safety briefing.
This is your event so enjoy it – if in doubt about anything, ask your Guide and we will be very pleased to help you.
Read through your confirmation email thoroughly and refer to our website for any further information you may need, its all there. Come prepered; ensure you have the right gear and for our hiking events you'll need all of your own gear. Ensure your feet and boots are well broken in and bring everything that is listed as mandatory. And don’t forget, a whistle is mandatory for all hiking guests and must be attached to the front of each guest’s rucksack.
Can we contact you with any questions?
Yes please contact us with any questions and you can get in touch with us as follows;
Monday - CLOSED
Tuesday - Saturday: 9am to 6pm
Sunday: 10am to 4pm
Please be aware that our staff may be on the water or attending an event particularly over the weekends so enquiries may only be dealt with on the following Tuesday morning. Do not telephone or email after our operating hours as you will NOT recieve a reply when we are closed for business. We have a private life too.
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