Full Day Kayaking Adventure

Full Day Kayaking Adventure
Full Day Kayaking Adventure

Full Day Kayaking Adventure

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Our full day trips are run from different locations, which allows us to access some astoundingly beautiful and remote coves, caves and islands. We glide gracefully along in comfortable double kayaks, enjoying the opportunity to be  close to raw nature at sea level. We stop off to enjoy a picnic lunch on a remote beach along the way. A delicious artisan picnic is provided as part of this trip.

  • Time: 11am -5pm (this can vary)  
  • Ability level: beginner-intermediate
  • Fitness level: medium - high
  • Minimum age: 16+
  • Availability: See calendar. Advance booking necessary online or by phone.
  • Customised full day tours can be arranged for groups of 4 +
  • Location:  Various locations in West Cork. We will contact you 2 days before the trip to confirm the location.
  • Cost: €100 pp using double kayaks. Singles are available for anyone with intermediate experience.

All necessary safety and kayaking equipment provided.


You will be required to sign a disclaimer on the day of your trip. 


Seal Islands Coastal Trip ...

This coastal trip begins in Castlehaven Bay, heading East at the mouth of the bay, skirting Skiddy Island, exploring caves and inlets and then the seal colony at High and Low Island, with a stop for lunch along the way. We will pass Rabbit Island as we come into Squince Bay or Glandore Bay.

  • Distance: 10kms
  • Fitness Level: medium +

Baltimore and Carbery’s Hundred Isles…

Heading out from the fishing village of Baltimore, passing under The Beacon, this trip allows us to explore some of the many inhabited and uninhabited islands in Carbury’s Hundred Isles, Sherkin Is., Heir Is., West and East Sceam Is., Spanish Is and the Catalogue Islands. We will pass a seal colony on the way and will stop for lunch en route.

  • Distance: 10kms
  • Fitness Level: medium +

Three Heads Trip...

Setting off from Lough Hyne, we exit the lake by The Narrows and head East passing Toe Head, Scullane Point and finally Reen Point. We take the opportunity to explore sea arches and caves at Horse Island where we make our way into Castlehaven Bay.

  • Distance: 10 -15kms
  • Fitness Level: medium

"One of the most magical experiences you can have anywhere in the world"

The Irish Times


Jim and Emily were great guides - both fun and patient - and they ensured we were stayed warm, safe, kept well informed, and were able to enjoy the experience to the maximum.

NewZealandMidWife , New Zealand

Kayaking the Irish Sea by moonlight on the summer solstice and watching the water light up beneath my fingertips was absolutely magical.

Taylor E, East Hartford, Connecticut

Great instructor (who gave us pointers for kayak purchase) great experience. 100%recommended for all levels of water confidence.

Stephen Duffy, Navan, Ireland

We spent 3 hours in the water and had a great time. Would definitely do this again.

Liam Springwell, Cork

Great fun day out for friends & families. Very safe for children and spectacular views on your trip. We really enjoyed it.

Conal Granite, Cork

What a lovely way to spend the morning. I joined a group for a kayaking trip on Lochyne, waterproofs were provided and basic tuition was given where needed.

Jill T, Cardiff, United Kingdom

An excellent instructor but also just a great guy to have chats and banter with. We all left with a massive grá for Cork, for kayaking and for roll neck aran jumpers!

Katie G, Wexford, Ireland

We would highly recommend it to anyone. Jim was very helpful and friendly. We had never been kayaking before and he was a great instructor.

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