Holidays Sold on 'Scottish Sea Kayak Trail'

I wondered when this would happen. Wilderness Scotland is the first tour operator to start using the Scottish Sea Kayak Trail as the focus of one of their holidays. It might also help sell a few books!

From the Wilderness Scotland website:

This new trip for 2011 is designed to allow you to experience some of the best parts of the Scottish Sea Kayak Trail over a number of day trips. Rather than camping, accommodation is provided a couple of sea kayaker friendly west coast inns, meaning that you always have somewhere warm and dry to return to after a day on the water.

This trip explores the central part of the Scottish Sea Kayak Trail, introducing you to wonderful areas such as Loch Linnhe, the Sound of Mull, Loch Sunart and the Sound of Arisaig. Each day, we move a little further north, enjoying some of the best sea kayaking to be found along the Scottish Sea Kayak Trail.

The Trail itself is completely unmarked and undeveloped so the sea kayaking offered is a pristine experience. Under the watchful eye of our experienced guides, you can develop your sea kayaking skills while discovering the amazing seascapes and wildlife of Scotland’s west coast.

At the end of each day, you can enjoy a hot shower and a visit to the local restaurant or pub for dinner before snuggling down with your duvet in our cosy accommodation. If (like some of us) you enjoy your kayaking and your home comforts in equal measure, then look no further than this itinerary!

1 comment:

2 Krazy Kayakers said...

That sounds amazing and will definetly be on our bucket list. With Scott using a wheelchair and my love of a daily hot shower and warm place to sleep this is the way to go! :D