Sea Kayaking is a safe and fun activity enabling you to journey through new areas and explore coastlines and habitats. All our sea kayaks are long, stable and easy to control.
The Forth estuary is rich in wildlife and you may be lucky enough to encounter seals, dolphins, porpoise or perhaps even a whale. We often see a huge variety of coastal birds, including puffins and of course the famous gannets.
Getting on the Firth of Forth from either Aberdour or North Berwick, there are many morning or afternoon options. We can explore the islands of Inchcolm and Cramond with the chance of visiting the historic buildings of St Colm's Abbey and the fortifications used during the world wars. We can paddle under the iconic Rail Bridge as well as Scotlands 6th UNESCO heritage centre, the Forth Road Bridge.
From North Berwick we can paddle around the islands of Craigleith, Lamb, Fidra and the world famous Bass Rock, the largest single rock gannet colony. We can stop on some of Scotland's most beautiful beaches, pass under historic Tantallon Castle and paddle into the smallest harbour in Scotland. This area is full of wildlife with huge sea bird colonies, seals and ,on occasion, porpoise and dolphin to keep us company.
All kayaking equipment can be provided by Dun Eideann Sea Kayaking. You simply need to bring warm clothes, plus a spare set, footwear that you do not mind getting wet and plenty of enthusiasm.
Whatever your ability, be it first timer or an experienced sea kayaker, Dun Eideann Sea Kayaking will provide an unforgettable experience to suit your needs and requirements.