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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