Bookings are open for 2024, and we are looking forward to hearing from you. Our season runs from March to October.

Getting in touch

All kayak experiences are available to book online. If you are a group of more than 6 people or if you have any special requests, fill out the contact form below.

We are probably on the water, so please only phone us if you cannot email us. 07592 059577.

You can find most answers on our FAQ page, for example anything you need to know about the weather, dogs, weight, fitness and children.

  • You can use English, Scottish Gaelic or German.
  • Faodaidh sibh Gàidhlig, Beurla no Gearmailtis a chleachdadh.
  • Sie können uns auf Deutsch, Englisch oder Gälisch schreiben.

Waiting for Confirmation?

Sometimes our emails with joining instructions don’t get through to people. If you have booked but not heard back from us after a few days, please email us again. If that is then still to no avail, text us with your email address or give us a call.


Our base is located in Kilmore, Sleat, in the south of the Isle of Skye. Our usual launching places are Armadale, Ord, Broadford, Kyleakin, though the list is endless. We usually meet at our base to equip you with the best fitting kit and choose the best boat for you.

Highland roads are stunningly beautiful and the journey to and on Skye alone is a great experience. However, travel on these roads is probably a bit slower than you are used to, so here are some approximate travel times to us (no breaks, no photo stops). In July and August, please add a bit extra for slow moving traffic.

  • Armadale: 6 minutes
  • Broadford: 20 minutes
  • Kyle of Lochalsh: 35 minutes
  • Sligachan: 40 minutes
  • Eilean Donan Castle: 45 minutes
  • Portree: 1 hour
  • Dunvegan: 1 hr 20 mins
  • Uig: 1 hr 30 minutes
  • Fort William (via bridge): 2 hrs 15
  • Inverness: 2 hrs 15
  • Edinburgh: 4.5 hrs
  • Glasgow (via bridge): 4.5 hrs

If you are planning to take the Mallaig – Armadale ferry with you car, please make sure you book. You are unlikely to get a space otherwise.

There is a limited bus service to Kilmore on the 152 Service. Please let us know if you’re travelling by public transport when you book.

Frequently Asked Questions

Have a look at our most Frequently Asked Questions.