As low as £60 per person (hire included) for group bookings.
On this half day experience you set out to see some of the best the Moray Firth has to offer in the safe knowledge that you are paddling with an experienced and qualified guide. There are many options in the area, dolphin watching near Rosemarkie, coastal caves and rock gardens near Hopeman or Cullen, paddling beneath the wartime outlook posts at Cromarty.
If the sea is inaccessible there are still so many options for the explorer to experience. Nessie Hunting on Loch Ness, castle views from the waterside at Lochindorb are some options.
What you need to take
You can take personal kayaking equipment but a kayak, paddle, buoyancy aid, cag and spraydeck can be provided. Consider this kit list before deciding what to bring.
This is for beginners or experience paddlers looking to explore the area with a guide. Requires a minimum of two booked to run the course.
Generally paddling will take place on the Moray Firth or one of the many lochs in the area.