Duration: 2 hours - full day.
Price point: Mid-range
Water-based adventures along Dorset's magnificent Jurassic Coast
Water-based group activities including sea kayaking, coastal foraging, stand up paddle-boarding, kayak fishing and snorkelling
Observe local wildlife such as peregrine falcons, cormorants, seals, and even dolphins
Engage with the great outdoors and learn what makes the Jurassic Coast so special
Activities are led by highly experienced and qualified instructors.
All necessary equipment provided.
Bespoke options are also possible.
At a glance
Location: Studland, Dorset.
Group sizes: 1 - 35
Trip type: Private and group trips
Season: March - November.
Grading/difficulty: No specific levels of fitness are required, but these are physical activities. No previous experience necessary.
Getting there: By car
Pick-ups: Not possible.
Parking: National Trust car park
Age restrictions: Depends on the activity, but typically 8 years +
You're completely immersed in nature on the Studland peninsula on the wild Jurassic Coast of Dorset. Watching the heath, shoreline and woodland change throughout the seasons is a constant source of inspiration for anyone who loves nature.
Explore the sea and its shore, as well as the life that inhabits it, from in, on or under the water. Navigate the caves and sea stacks in a kayak, join a snorkelling adventure and discover the underwater world, or float leisurely above the water (depending on your balance) from a stand up paddle board.
For something a little different, try kayak foraging. This involves learning what to look for along the shores, identifying and collecting edible plants and seaweeds, then cooking up a feast back on dry land.
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Sustainability and values
A single-use-plastic free operator. All activities use eco-friendly methods of transport: kayaks, stand up paddle boards. They operate responsibly, with consideration of the natural environment in which they work. Wildlife is not disturbed, foraging is performed sustainably and sensitively.
The team also work with local schools to share their love of nature with the younger generation, and teach them to respect and look after their planet.
If you care about Climate Change, you'll care about carbon emissions from travel
All of the tours offered through Natural Britain have been assessed for the amount of carbon emitted and this is shown against each featured itinerary below. To help make sense of this figure, you can head over to our Carbon Emissions page for useful comparisons with overseas travel etc.
"Follow in the footsteps of pirates"
Founded ten years ago by passionate outdoor adventurers Jade and Dan, who relocated from the city to Dorset for a slice of beach life.
Sea kayaking at Old Harry Rocks
Ocean adventures in Dorset
Follow a kayaking route that marks the beginning of the Jurassic Coastline, a UNESCO World Heritage sight.
Listen to the legends of pirates and the myths surrounding Old Harry Rocks.
Keep your eyes peeled for native seahorses hidden amongst the eel grass.
Try your hand at coastal foraging and wild cook up your foraged finds.
Led by experienced and qualified instructors Everything you need is provided.
Three hour trip beginning at Middle Beach.
This tours runs on a group basis from March to October.
Daily tours: £50
Please enquire for bespoke tours or a private departure.
The carbon impact of this trip is
0 kg CO2e - No Carbon Impact
The above calculation shows the approximate amount of carbon that will be emitted by taking this trip (this does not include meals or getting to the destination). Details of how this figure is calculated can be found on our
Carbon Emissions page.
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