With rivers and ribbon lochs, Scotland provides a wealth of paddle power experiences ranging from expedition trips in the North West Highlands to more gentler canoeing in the Whisky region of the River Spey. Nothing quite beats paddling into the wilderness and the wonderful solitude which exists there. We have a range of canoe trips from moderate to challenging.Our sea kayaking holidays and courses offer a wonderful way to explore the stunning coastlines of the Highlands and Islands. Many of our trips are suitable for people with limited experience of sea kayaking and we have a course for beginners too. Client testimonial: Helen Thomas, The Great Glen'The trip was excellent and we had the best of times with so many good memories. We did not want to leave. The lengths that the guides went to, to feed us were over and above expectations. The quantity and quality of food was very good. The tents that we used were very good and the tipi was definitely one of the highlights!'Client Testimonial: Michael Tait, The West Coast Explorer 'Perfectly-pitched to the level of the paddler, a balanced experience that marries the delights of glass-calm sea loch paddling to challenging open water. The scenery and wildlife are slack-jaw stunning. Glorious pubs and restaurants with the best seafood in the country to share with the new friends you quickly bond with and a wee dram to warm the cockles at the day's end.'
Other Quality Awards
National Geographic as Europe's No.1 Adventure Travel Company
Gold - Green Business Tourism Scheme
Wilderness Scotland, Canoeing or Kayaking (Small Group)
Cairngorms National Park