Journey by sea kayak
– live simply, feel the energy of the sea and the pulse of the natural world.

We offer guided sea kayaking journeys in the most spectacular locations in Sweden and the United Kingdom for paddlers of all abilities.

We’ve been paddling in Sweden for years and with its prolific archipelagos and varied conditions we think it’s a massively undervalued sea kayaking destination.

Devon and Cornwall, in South West England, offer a wonderful opportunity to paddle in dynamic water and explore their unique and rugged coastlines. Lofoten in Norway is something of a paddlers mecca. Amazingly beautiful but not sometimes challenging.

We are looking to share the most special and secret places we know with like-minded people who will enjoy the beauty and the wilderness as much as the paddling.

All Sea Kayaking Sweden’s journeys involve small groups, typically from three to six paddlers so we can land on small islands and camp without trace where there is limited space.

All trips are led by experienced and qualified guides (British Canoeing Advanced Sea Kayak Leader) supported by an assistant (typically a BC Level 2 coach). Our trips begin with an easier leg and the opportunity for you to practise existing skills and to learn new ones.

On all trips your guide will be happy to help you improve your skills and to show you the things that work well for them.

For novice paddlers and families, the calmer waters of the St Anna Archipelago in Eastern Sweden provide the perfect setting to develop your technique as you navigate between thousands of skerries and islands.

Intermediate and experienced paddlers might prefer the more exposed coast of the West of Sweden or waves and tides on our trips to the South West of England and North West Scotland.

We are happy to arrange bespoke journeys and can provide coaching and instruction to individuals or small groups.

We are always open for new things

 Get in touch and let us know your ideas.

Sea-kayaking can also be combined with guided mountain days in Sweden and in Scotland, both in summer and winter.