Coronavirus (COVID-19) advice. You can now search our website to see what businesses are open and signed up to the Good to Go scheme. Find more advice on exploring Scotland during Covid-19 on our dedicated page.

Bird spotting in North Berwick
Inner Islands of Firth of Forth © George Reid

Half Day Sea Kayaking Sessions

Price on Request

Departure days

  • M
  • T
  • W
  • T
  • F
  • S
  • S

March — October

Book now

Guided trips and sea kayak instruction close to Scotland’s beautiful capital city. Easily accessible by all modes of transport, Dun Eideann allows you the freedom and exhilaration of sea kayaking without travelling to the West coast of Scotland.

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.

If you are looking for an alternative sightseeing experience, something different to do or are looking for a unique gift for a loved one, these are the trips for you.

These half day trips teach you the basic skills to get safely onto the water and enjoy the freedom of sea kayaking with a short journey on the Firth of Forth.


Contact details

Dun Eideann Sea Kayaking
11 Burghlee Terrace
Loanhead
Midlothian
Scotland
EH20 9BP

Key facilities

Parking Parking
Starting
North Berwick
Length
Bespoke
Transport
Kayak
Type
Bespoke Private Small Group (1-16)
Languages
English
Themes
Adventure Family Island Hopping Outdoor Activities

Attractions

Tour company information

Dun Eideann Sea Kayaking

Dun Eideann Sea Kayaking offers guided trips, sea kayak instruction and coaching all within a stones throw of Scotland’s beautiful capital city. Easily accessible by all modes of transport, Dun Eideann allows you the freedom and exhilaration of sea kayaking without the extra travelling hours to the West coast of Scotland. The Forth estuary is rich in wildlife and you may be lucky enough to encounter seals, dolphins, porpoise, a huge variety of coastal birds or perhaps even a whale.

Opening times

We offer half, full day or evening sessions. We have something happening every day of the week. Check the website for more details.

Social Channels

Cookie Policy

VisitScotland uses cookies to enhance your experience on our website. By using our website you consent to our use of cookies. Please read our privacy and cookies statement for more information.