An island people, poetic consciousness and legendary figures like Manannan MacLír betray the role rivers and seaways have played in Ireland and the Scottish isles. Dramatic sea kayaking or the effuse feeling of a moonlight paddle board trip brings the spirits out to play.

Water Tours

Escape the crowds and try our Giants Causeway Coast Sea Kayaking. Escorted by our qualified instructors in a stable double sea kayak, the legendary landscape of the Causeway Coast truly comes to life when seen from the dramatic vantage point of the sea.

From:  £40 to £180

The Wild Atlantic Salmon kayak tour, in conjunction with our Wild Atlantic Kayak Guide, is a definitive kayak guide to four great kayak tours in the 100km Foyle catchment. Choose a tour that suits your ability and interest to explore some of the most hidden and beautiful parts of this great river system. Take a ‘slow’ adventure on our stable and relaxing boats and lunch-out on local produce on the river side.

From: £40.00

Our Moonlight kayaking trips happen on or around the full moon. Take a journey down the Foyle Estuary or surrounding coastlines and river systems, to experience nature at its most quiet. Relax after a busy day, take a breath and experience the calm of being on the river in safe hands under the moonlight.

From:  £40 to £100

Experience a 2 hour City Paddle Boards tour and a superb way to unwind.  Set on tidal estuary of the famous Feabhail (pronounced fyauil) or Foyle River flowing through the city, with the Atlantic Ocean to the North and the heart of Donegal in historic Ulster to the south.

From:  £40 to £180

The North and West coasts of Ireland have a myriad of dramatic coastlines, and are the ideal locations for a coasteering trip. Coasteering is a favored sport among people who want to really get off the beaten track- most trips are through territory where you won’t see a living soul the entire time- besides your companions and guides of course!