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Kayak the Jurassic Coast





  • 3-Days of kayaking adventures
  • Bell tents, Breakfast & Lunch provided
  • The ULTIMATE way to explore the Jurassic Coast
  • Minimum age 14
  • £100 Deposit
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You can expect to kayak around 8km/ 5 miles each day.

Our campsite is located on a working farm in between Corfe Village and Swanage. The camping field is set up with pre-pitched bell tents ready for your arrival. It's a comfy, spacious place to rest your head at the end of a busy day paddling. The views over Corfe Castle are gorgeous.

There are two single beds in each tent. We provide a proper bed and mattress with a sheet - you just need to bring a sleeping bag and pillow. We are not a 5* luxury glamping resort, but we will certainly make you feel very comfortable and relaxed in a beautiful rural setting!

If you are a group of three people, the host can arrange for an extra bed to be put in the tent. Your tents will be grouped together with your fellow paddlers.

There is also a larger shared social tent (with tea and coffee-making facilities) for socialising in the evening with other guests. Usually, we prepare a campfire for the group (just ask your host) and you can sit back and enjoy one of Dorset's famous sunsets.

During the summer the campsite is also open to other guests.

Breakfast - we drive you and your fellow paddlers to a wonderful local cafe in Swanage called the Salt Pig Too.

Breakfast choices include: locally-reared bacon or sausage ciabbata bap or scrambled eggs on toast PLUS Freshly Baked Croissant, selection of cereal, fruit juice and hot drink of your choice.

You're welcome to order additional items, but you will need to cover the cost.

Your packed lunch includes: The Salt Pig Sausage Roll/Quiche, Pipers Crisps, homemade fruity & nutty Flapjack, nutty hazelnut brownie and fruit.

Dinner is not included. There are lots of options in Corfe village or Swanage town.

- A warm sleeping bag and pillow

- Swimwear to wear under a wetsuit

- Old trainers or wet shoes to wear in the water

- A rash vest to wear with a wetsuit (not essential)

- A fleece and warm layers for the evenings

- Sun cream, a sun hat, a small rucksack and a large water bottle

- Additional snacks to keep energy levels up

Solo travellers can either share with another solo or choose to have their own tent, at no extra charge.

The Dorset coast is well-protected and typically calm during the summer months. Most trips can run as planned, but sometimes the weather does force us to take alternative routes and your safety is always the first priority in making these decisions. Very occasionally, there can be severe weather that forces us to cancel the trip - in this case, we will give you as much notice as possible, and you will be offered a free date change.

You can either drive yourself and meet us at our campsite or we pick you up and drop you of at Wareham Train Station. 

There is a direct train from Wareham to London Waterloo.

ABOUT kayaking the Jurassic coast

If you’re craving an epic adventure – this is it. Three days exploring the incredible Dorset coastline by kayak.

Your expert guide will plan a fantastic itinerary, featuring some awe-inspiring locations that you’ll reach by sit-on-top kayaks.

We visit hard-to-reach lunch spots for a picnic like no other and get up close to Jurassic rock features, amazing caves and gorgeous coves.

Join us for an adventure of a lifetime and reach parts of the UK you never even knew existed. We welcome small groups and solo travellers. 

Hearty breakfast and tasty lunches are included. We leave you to chill in the evenings and explore the local gastro-pubs and resaurants in Corfe and Swanage.

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PLEASE READ the following ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF RISK carefully and share it with everyone in your group.


Acknowledgement of Risk

To be read by each group member.

Coasteering involves exploring a rocky coastline, swimming in moving water, climbing, jumping from height and entering caves. 

The sea is a dynamic environment and conditions can change. Land & Wave Instructors continually monitor swell and tides before and during your sessions.

You will be required to swim and move around in breaking waves and water with currents. It is important that you have Water Confidence, are able to swim 25 metres and understand what you will be doing.

Your session may be cut short or cancelled at any point if the instructor deems it inappropriate for any individual's ability. 

You will be involved throughout the activity in the decision making process. If you feel overwhelmed or unwell at any point you MUST tell your instructor who will be able to react accordingly.


Coasteering is physically demanding and accidental injury and illness is possible.

Accidents can happen; Land & Wave does not accept any responsibility for personal injury unless we have been negligent. Please follow my instructions at all times.

You must tell your instructor now about any health issues which may impact your participation such as;

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  • Or anything else that will impact the activity described above

Inhalers, epipens or any required medication must be carried on your activity.

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