I’ve never camped before – do I need any special skills?
No special skills are needed – camping is for the most part common sense. A pragmatic attitude helps and your Guides are there to help you with all aspects of your experience.
What equipment do I need?
Attached to your confirmation email will be your ‘Kit List’. The items listed are for guidance only but provide a good list to follow for a comfortable camp. And of course you can ring or email us at any point to get professional advice and guidance.
What does 'all incluive' include?
The 'all inclusive' events include a two man tent per guest, inflatable sleeping mat, sleeping bag and main meals, usually dinner and breakfast including wine in the evening and tea and coffee in the evening and morning. Of course your sit-on-top kayak, paddle and buoyancy aid is also provided and all of our events are Guided by full time proffesional Guides.
What about toilet?
Your confirmation email will have an attachment titled 'Low Impact Camping' and dedicated to this important subject. Generally, you find a private place (there are plenty), dig a hole at least 20cm deep and when done, burn your toilet paper completely using lighter fluid. Its simpler than it sounds and a rather pleasant experience once you've done it!
What clothing will I need?
Our confirmation email and your guideline kit list provide all the information you need – your clothes is split into two areas; wet clothes for paddling and dry clothes for the camp site, all layered for warmth and easy venting when it gets warm. Keep it simple and keep your gear to a minimum.
Will there be an open wood fire on the beach?
Your Guides will either bring dry wood in with the group or have a ‘stash’ of wood on the beach. Alternatively wood is collected on some beaches. Your Guide/s will build, start and manage the fire for you and we maintain safety standards such as building and maintaing small fires, not burning refuse, and a six step process to put our fires out and clear the area. Upon inspection, there will be absolutely no evidence that a small camp and wood camp fire existed at all.