Scotland is renowned as one of the world’s top destinations for kayaking. Sea Kayaking is a fantastic way to explore the Scottish Coastline and a truly exhilarating form of travel. The area around Fort William is rich in wildlife and you may be lucky enough to encounter seals, otters, basking sharks and a huge variety of coastal birds.
When sea kayaking the west coast of Scotland you are exploring one of the last wildernesses in the world. The conditions can vary from beautiful sheltered bays, sandy beaches to awe inspiring rugged coastlines, battered by storms and some of the most powerful tidal races in the world. Whatever level of challenge you desire, you will find it sea kayaking in Scotland.
Sea Kayak through the beautiful Argyll coast and experience a different kind of freedom. Oban is fast becoming the Sea Kayak Capital of the UK. Seil Island (accessed by the bridge over the Atlantic) and its surrounding water is the jewel in the crown.
With rock arches, caves, basalt columns and the remains of ancient civilizations, Scottish sea kayaking has it all. Few places in the world have the variety of geology, depth of history and culture of Scotland’s west coast and it’s all there for you to explore.
When to go?
Year round, but is best from February to October. From October Rivers are popular for white water Kayaking and Rafting.
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