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Moving Tides Kayaking in Salcombe South Devon

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Have you ever stood at the water’s edge on a clear sunny day, gazing wistfully out to sea, and wished you could somehow be more a part of it all? Turning that dream into reality is a lot easier than you think with Moving Tides Sea Kayaking of Kingsbridge in South Devon.

You don’t have to be any kind of expert to enjoy a morning’s leisurely paddle up the creeks or a mini tour along the coast; all you need is a change of clothes and a taste for adventure. All other equipment including wetsuits is supplied so, with one of Moving Tides’ highly qualified coaches on hand to guide you, you can truly relax and enjoy the moment.

In fact, recent client, Jez, was so impressed with his experience lead by instructor Andrew Nicol, he can’t wait to get out on the water again: ‘I will be going back and soon,’ he vows.

Long-time paddler and British Canoe Union-qualified coach, Andrew, says, ‘It doesn’t matter whether you’re a complete beginner or more experienced and looking to improve your skills, we can tailor a course or excursion to suit you.’

If kayaking is something you’ve always wanted to try, there can be no better place to learn than amongst the stunning scenery of the South Hams. Explore caves and gullies along the rugged coastline, or golden beaches and picturesque estuaries. Snacks and refreshments are included on a half day trip; lunch is provided if you want to book for the day.

Moving Tides Sea Kayaking offers tuition, courses and tours all year round and, with taster sessions starting from just £15, what are you waiting for? Call Andrew today on 07732 145463 for more information.

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