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Heritage kayaking reveals Cornish wildlife to The Times

Newquay Heritage Coasteering

Heritage kayaking reveals Cornish wildlife to The Times

Newquay Heritage Coasteering

Ellie Ross from The Times newspaper joined us recently for a Heritage Kayaking tour. After setting out from our base on Towan beach, she cruised past the harbour and saw the beautiful Cornish coastline from a completely different perspective.

On route, she got up close to the wildlife that inhabits our local circle area, including a group of kittiwakes circling overhead and a grey seal just metres from her kayak.

Ellie’s kayak tour took her along the cliff lines to the iconic Tea Caverns – a set of caves where local smugglers hid tea, brandy and cotton. On her way back to Newquay Activity Centre, she saw a unique perspective of the town’s 14th century landmark, the ‘Huer’s Hut’ which was used as a look out for sign of pilchards.

Find out more about Newquay’s rich heritage and wildlife on one of our kayak tours. Give us a call to book your place or simply head to our website and book online. We look forward to seeing you!

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