From £39.50 per adult | £27.00 per child under 17 years
£1.00 Eco discount per adult if you arrive by bus or bicycle (must be requested at time of booking
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Jersey’s only specialist sea kayaking company.
Discover sea kayaking. Experience the beauty and tranquility of a sea kayak tour around Jersey’s stunning coastline.
With our fleet of modern, user-friendly sit-on-top or sit inside sea kayaks reach remote beaches, explore cliffs, caves and see the wildlife. Discover the hidden beauty of Jersey Channel Islands.
We operate from venues island wide and not just out of a single location.
Tours vary from a couple of hours to whole days, e.g. when we undertake “Mothership” supported trips offshore to Les Ecrehous, Les Minquiers reefs or Sark.
No previous kayaking experience is needed.
Tours are suitable for all ages and abilities including complete beginners. Families with young children are welcome. Individual and group bookings are possible.
British Canoe Union (BCU) approved centre. All our instructors are local residents with a high level of kayaking experience and BCU qualifications. This means we can operate from venues island wide. Sea kayak with Jersey Tourism and Wild Life Safe (WiSe) trained guides who can show you the hidden Jersey. Our staff have a wealth of knowledge about the history and wildlife of Jersey and considerable sea kayaking experience.
All equipment including wet-suits is provided.
Booking is via the Jersey Kayak Adventures website
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