Accessible on very low tides. Experience the amazing Jewel cave and the incredible and unique environment of the Gouliot caves. Wetsuits and helmets are compulsory as we delve deep into the of this network of subterranean chambers.
Kayak out from Perelle on a very low tide to see the Prosperity wreck site and hear the full tragic story of what happened to the ship and her crew on the night of 16 January 1974. If conditions allow we will land on the reef and explore the extensive site on foot.
Arguably the most iconic coastal location on the South coast. A legendary coasteering spot full of jumps and colossal granite artforms that will take your breath away. We will be running these trips from August onwards.
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The Humps are a unique Island archipelago just north of Herm. Teeming with wildlife they can be carefully visited by kayak on only a few suitable tides. The Herm circumnavigation is a unique opportunity to kayak all the way around Herm and maybe even visit the silver mine! Both tours last around 2 hours and start from Shell Beach at times to fit in with the tides
Tuesday 12 May, Wed 13 May, Thurs 14 May
A rare chance to visit this vast, privately-owned cavern which is normally inaccessible to the public. As described in 1885 ‘It presents a striking and impressive scene; while a feeling of mystery is excited by smaller caves and fissures in the walls of the cavern, which although easily traced to their termination, are confidently asserted by the peasantry to lead deep into the bowels of the earth, even to the very centre of the island’.
Please note: This tour includes a steep descent and ascent over uneven ground. Suitable footwear is needed and a reasonable level of fitness and mobility is required.
Tour starts 18:30 from Torteval Church Cost £15