Sound of Arisaig kayaking trip, Scotland

An adventurous and exhilarating way to explore the majestic scenery of Scotlandís west coast, this Sound of Arisaig kayaking trip sees you roaming the Inner Hebrides as part of a small group, led by an expert guide. Camp on pristine, remote island and enjoy life far from the tourist crowds.
Kayak the Sound of Arisaig, west coast of Scotland and Inner Hebrides Explore stunning coastal and island landscapes Adventurous wild camping on remote island beaches Marine life from seals to dolphins and porpoises Expert guide and all equipment provided Work together as part of a team to camp and cook
£965 excluding flights
1 days
Small group
Group size
2-8 people
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Description of Sound of Arisaig kayaking trip, Scotland

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£965 excluding flights
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Responsible Travel

As the pioneers of responsible tourism, we've screened this (and every) vacation so that you can travel knowing it will help support the places and people that you visit, and the planet. Read how below.


We are firmly committed to responsible tourism and all of our tours reflect that commitment. Our vacations are purposefully designed to provide a visitor experience that maximises the positive benefits of tourism while minimising any negative impacts.

Leave No Trace & Our Guides

We are staunch advocates of the Leave No Trace principles, in which our guides are fully trained. On all of our activities, our guides will ensure that the impact on the environment, wildlife and local community is minimised. Along the way, our guides will teach you how to do this so that the knowledge is spread on your travels in Scotland and further afield. Our guides are ambassadors for Scotland's wild places and are passionate about sharing their knowledge. Your guide will not only lead your activities but tell you all about Scotland's flora, fauna, geology, history and culture along the way.


Our trips focus on enjoying the landscapes through human power, so by walking, biking or paddling through them. We minimise motorised transports as much as possible.

This Sound of Arisaig sea kayaking adventure starts and finishes at a mainline train station to encourage the use of public transport. You will spend your daysí kayaking in sea lochs, along the coast and across to various islands. Youíll kayak from point to point, wild camping along the way. This way you get to really immerse yourself in the beautifully wild landscapes of Scotlandís west coast and enjoy a unique perspective from the water.

Accommodation & Meals

This is an expedition-style trip so youíll be wild camping underneath the stars. Our guides will ensure that we treat each campsite with respect and leave no trace of our presence, managing our waste and packing in and out all of our supplies.

Scotland is known for its fantastic natural larder so we try to source all food and drink provided on the trip as much as possible locally, and endeavour to serve camp food that celebrates seasonal Scottish produce, meat and dairy.

In the Office

It's not just on trips that we promote sustainable processes! We operate our vacations out of a carbon-neutral headquarters which is powered by renewable energy. We reduce, reuse and recycle, using environmentally friendly products from local suppliers where possible. In addition, our office car park hosts two public EV charging stations, and we subsidise staff usage. We encourage car-sharing and compete monthly for the most environmentally friendly commute!


In preparation for our trips, we strongly encourage our travelers to bring a reusable water bottle and lunchbox on their vacation to discourage the use of single-use plastics.

Lastly, we are committed to contributing annually to a nature-based charity that promotes conservation in Scotland.


Local Team

Although our office staff isnít 100% Scottish, all members of our team live and work in the Scottish Highlands. Because of this, our passionate personnel are able to give expert insider advice on their own favourite playground and ensure the best experience for our visitors.


Some of the areas we visit suffer from over-tourism and we do what we can to manage this consequence. The crowding caused by over-tourism not only negatively impacts the natural environment but also the quality of life of the communities who live and work in the beautiful destinations that we visit. To mediate this we take our clients to the lesser-known spots in any given area, extend our tour departures into the less busy shoulder months to spread the flow of visitors and when we do visit Ďhotspotsí we aim to go outside of peak hours.

Group Sizes

We deliberately keep our groups small for several reasons. Having smaller groups means less disturbance to the environment and the local community. It also means that we can stay at smaller accommodation providers who are not eligible to benefit from mass tourism providers and have a better guide to traveler ratio.

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