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Kayaking in St Agnes with Koru is the only way to appreciate the drama of the North coast of Cornwall. Affectionately named Poldark Country this coastline was the inspiration for Winston Graham’s drama series Poldark.
This sea kayaking adventure starts at Trevaunance Cove, which is in the desirable village of St Agnes. From there the Tour will either head East or West depending on weather and sea conditions.
The incredible landscape is part of the World Heritage Cornish Mining. Your Guide will show you the colourful cliffs, spacious caverns carved out during the Poldark mining era and secluded beaches. The wildlife is very special both onland and in the sea, from the bird colonies on the cliffs to the likelihood of seals coming out to play. There also has been the sighting of dolphins and basking sharks.
The kayak adventure lasts approximately 2 hours and on sunny day includes wild swimming on secluded beaches and the possibility of going through impressive arches and caves.
All equipment is provided including wetsuits, buoyancy aids, water, kayaks and paddles.
Please be aware that you will kayak in the sea: if you suffer from sea sickness, perhaps the "Frenchman's Creek Kayak Adventure" on the South Coast would be better for you.
The group will kayak into waves and in the sea for around 4 miles round trip and so some basic fitness is required. Before the kayak adventure begins, your Guide will go through a detailed safety briefing with all participants and a health questionnaire will also have to be filled out.
Children have to be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian and the guide will determine whether the sea conditions are suitable for them.
In the summer we run 4 tours per day and can accommodate 8 people (on 4 tandem Kayaks) per tour.