White-water Kayaking can be a fabulous adventure, but the knack of getting on the right river in the right water conditions has traditionally only been possible for those with good experience.
Both canoeing and Sea kayaking make fantastic recreational sports and Scotland’s lochs, rivers and waterways are perfect for exploring. The ragged west coastline in particular, with over 100 islands, is the ideal location for island hopping with fabulous kayaking trips and tours.
Scotland has the ideal environment for kayaking & canoeng, whether on the open sea or on secluded rivers and lochs. But it's worth remembering the sea is not a loch and has a character which needs to be understood, so if you are a beginner, an introductory course would be advisable.
In Scotland you will enjoy dramatic views and spot wildlife as you explore the wild coastlines on these superb adventure holidays. And we have special adventure packages that will suit everyone from families to the hard-core whitewater enthusiast. These great tours range from relaxing family floats to high adrenaline pumping whitewater adventure.
Protected sea lochs, huge cliffs and sea stacks, and remarkable history and culture are just some of the treats that you can expect to find on your Scotland kayaking adventure.
Kayaking In Scotland Packages .....
From the Orkney and Shetland islands up north, to wild windswept specks of land like Foula and St Kilda, and to the Hebrides and Skye in the west.
Explore caves and sea stacks in kayaks, and occasionally stroll along cliff tops carpeted with wildflowers. Stepping into history.
In the company of our highly experienced and qualified guides, explore one of the wildest regions of Scotland by open canoe.
Sea kayaking is a wonderful way to explore the wild coastlines, beaches and mountain landscapes of Scotland.
Sea-Kayaking in Scotland is at its finest when exploring the many islands that dot our coastline.
Join a guided expedition on an inspiring journey exploring the Summer Isles.
Organise your own kayaking holiday in Scotland
See the Scotland Travel Information page for all the information you need for travelling to and within Scotland. Advice on passports and visas, currency, weather, holiday extras, useful travel links and more.
More Outdoor Activities :
Fishing in Scotland
Golfing in Scotland
Hiking in Scotland
Bicycle Tours in Scotland
Skiing In Scotland
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