When to go
All year round
From £ 80 pp
Sitting quietly in your own self-contained hamlet surrounded by lush green fields, you will spend time paddling in the river, spotting fish, skimming stones and sometimes relaxing on the back of a stone; wild camping in south Devon entails it all.
Feel the excitement of being part of mother nature. On Day 1, you will spend time paddling along the coast and exploring all the hidden gems where only a few have actually gone. You'll be completely free to go anywhere you like on a normal day trip. There will be no restrictions, no deadline and you will feel like a free bird. The feeling of sitting next to driftwood fire under a clear starlit night while enjoying home-baked apple pie will be something else.
On Day 2, enjoy a refreshing swim in the sun and then have a bacon sandwich especially cooked by our guide. That will be a big attraction for the entire trip.
Campers will be free to wander over a large area of farmland and have a close feel of nature. Believe us, the spot is irresistible and your group will really love the place.
Sea Kayak Devon
Sea Kayak Devon is run by passionate guys who eat, drink, breathe and dream kayaking. If your family or friends are looking for a grand adventure and full fun, look no further and just make a call. You will get an unforgettable experience.
The package includes everything to make your trip really enjoyable.
- Kayaking kits
- Short training
- Tents and camp mattresses
- Head torches
- Bespoke adventure for you or your group.
- Kit for borrowing
- Technical kit
- Transport during the adventure
- Personal activity insurance
How to get there
You can reach South Devon by road via Bristol, Cardiff or Birmingham with all points along the M4 corridor.
Exeter airport is located just 5 miles adjacent to Exeter and is close to junction 29.
South Devon can be easily accessed by rail from all major towns and cities. There are direct routes from London, Bristol, Birmingham, Sheffield, Newcastle and Edinburgh.