Looking for a engaging informative and authentic west country experience, why not choose from a range of authentic tailored, escorted eco experiences with us amongst the rolling fields, forests, coasts and countryside of rural Devon and Exmoor. You might like to have an enjoyed canoe safari along the Grand Union canal or a local estuaries, or a guided day out looking at the regions ancient heritage traditions and primeval wildlife such as our Red deer. Our team of dedicated locally based outdoor guides have a diverse range of interests and flexibility, which may enhance your experience along with the ability to deliver a service which aims to engage you with heritage, nature and the outdoors.
Our next open canoe safari is on the 5th June leaving from the Lodge on Loch Lomond Hotel at Luss.
Places still exist, so take the chance while you still can to book your magical trip to the Loch Lomond islands and go on line at www.hiddenadventures.co.uk. Check it out; a bit of easy canoeing, a little history and heritage and a dash of flora and fauna.
Suitable for all the family! Fantastic views and scenery – weather permitting! 🙂
There are places left on this wonderful Spring canoes safari which will be having our most experienced guide Archie running the day. Archie is retired (supposedly) he spent forty years in the outdoor education industry both as an instructor and a manager and he just can’t let go!He tells guests in an introductory e mail “I still love taking people out on outdoor experiences and so I am looking very much towards the day.
You’ll explore out of the way beaches, wildlife watch and learn all about Scots and local heritage through Archie’s fascinating facts and story telling. It looks to be great fun and social too .. interesting in joining this trip there are spaces still left .. get in touch .
The first day of the new season proved to be ideal, with little wind and even a glimpse of warming sun. It was Kimbrley’s ‘Hen’ weekend organised by her pals and trip on the Loch was just one of the many happy events planned.
After following the marked trail to the top of the island we were rewarded with wonderful views of the Loch. We then descended towards the east of the island and visited the ancient churchyard where several local clan chiefs are buried.
Making our way back to Port Bawn, we paddled south ending up where we started, well relaxed and appreciative of the peaceful setting.
My names Hellen and i have been working with Hidden Adventures for over three months now . I am a Kenyan citizen and was born and bred in Central Kenya on the foothills of the Aberdare mountains. Hidden Adventures has the advantage of being a UK based company but with people like me to safeguard and ensure your holiday adventure goes to plan. Wildlife and bird watching is popular in my country and we hope to take you to the best places.Kenya is rich is fruit for example the other day we went swimming where there was lots of mango There was a fine if you picked them unripe but if they were ripe they were free !) where you will be staying and where i live is near a big pineapple plantation too . I guess trying these fruits is different for you.If you like we can head to a market whilst you pass through Thika town.. welcome Kenya ..