There can be no greater feeling than packing all your camping supplies into your boat and paddling off into the wilderness for a couple of days…
We are continuing to run our very popular 2-Day Overnight Camping Trip (see below), designed to give you an insight into what sea kayaking is all about.
These trips are aimed at beginners and experienced paddlers keen to discover the freedom of wild camping.
Check out the trip packages below…
Two Day Overnight Trip
£225 per person / Family of x4 – (2 adults, 2 under 17’s): £780
Based from either the Sound of Arisaig, Loch Moidart or Loch Ailort, the price includes a three course evening meal, breakfast & two lunches, camping equipment plus two full days of Sea Kayak guiding and coaching. Plus free pick up and drop off if required.
With the Inner Hebrides, the Ardnamurchan Peninsula and the Isle of Skye as your backdrop, you will paddle past some of Scotland’s most beautiful and unspoiled beaches and islands and will encounter coastal wildlife up close. Set up camp for the night and enjoy an evening under the stars in a remote and rugged landscape. Maybe try a spot of fishing or beach combing in the evening or relax round the campfire and take in the incredible scenery.
Fear a’ Bhàta – 8 Day West Coast Explorer
£1120 per person (Fully inclusive)
New this year are our multi-day Cruise / Kayak adventures these trips are designed to get you to those places you always dreamed of paddling.
The package offers 7 nights of accommodation fully catered on the elegant Fear a bhata. All kayaking is fully guided with kayaks and equipment provided.
For experienced groups and clubs we also have availability for whole boat hire, with or without your own kayaks. This can be self-guided, please call for details and information.
Fear a’ Bhàta has been converted to provide a cruising experience of the 1964 herring fishing boat that she was built as. Fear a’ Bhàta is based in Fort William, under the slopes of Ben Nevis. She has been designed to take 10 passengers [12 maximum, by arrangement] and 2 crew, to cruise the grandeur and wilderness of the lochs, islands and mountains of the Hebrides.
Fear a’ Bhàta transports us to our daily locations, which are chosen as to the tidal, water and weather conditions pertaining at the time, and also provides safety “mother boat” role. After the days paddling, she becomes our accommodation.
Paddlers are invited to book as individuals or in groups. Some kayak experience is required but with Fear a bhata as our base we have endless option. Paddling around the Small isles, Staffa, Garvallachs, are just a few places on the list to explore.
To reserve you trip please select from the dates below and get in touch with us on.