Stand Up Paddleboarding
Marine Eco SUP holidays Cornwall
‘A truly unique opportunity’
4 days & 4 nights
7th - 11th July
CAMPing - £440
Suitable for confident novice to intermediate paddlers
Discover Cornwall’s wildlife, in the air, on land or under the water, explore the diverse coast and waterways. Learn what makes Cornwall’s landscape home to such amazing creatures.
Regular sightings:- Atlantic Grey Seals, Heron’s, Bass, Starfish, Compass Jelly Fish, Edible Crabs, Mermaids Purses, and an array of seabirds including seasonal visitors such as Guilimots and green shanks.
Occasional sightings:- Dolphins, basking sharks and Sunfish.
Not only will admire the wildlife, but you will help to protect it by recording sightings a bit of citizen science and by beach litter picks and cleaning some of the harder to reach stretches of the coast.
Picnic and relax with a view having paddled to a remote beach
Beach / River Clean those hard to reach areas
Seal Spotting - learning about the lives of Seals
Extreme Rock pooling with Nature Ninjas
Join one of our small group breaks hosted by one of our fun, friendly and experienced Guides. SUP in a Bag uses high quality SUP equipment and we paddle at a relaxed pace and stop regularly to meet a seal, take a swim, enjoy lunch with a view or simply to take a moment to breath.
3 day's guided SUP Tour (6 hours / approximately 4.5 hour paddling)
1 day guided walk to a seal haul out site
1 Sunset SUP
Stand Up Paddleboard kit including a buoyancy aid & wetsuit if required
4 nights camping based on a pitch for 2 people in a medium tent
What's not included
Food & Drink during your stay
Evening meal out
Pasty Lunch order
Extra night accommodation
Extra days paddling
SUP in a Bag is committed to protecting the Oceans and it’s precious inhabitants. As members of the WiSE Scheme we have signed up to Wildlife-Safe Watching.
Amanda Leonard is a British Diver Marine Life Rescue medic on call for any live strandings of Whales, Cetaceans or for ill seals.
SUP in a Bag also undertakes regular litter picks particularly focussing on less accessible areas of the coastline.
a Typical day
Relax you are on holiday, this gives an idea of what to expect, but as always the weather and, ability and interests of paddlers will be considered before finalising the plan.
12.00 Campsite available
5.00 pm Meet at the accommodation from 5.00 pm
River Paddle (possible spots herons, bass, kingfisher & seals)
9.30 am Briefing & faff time
9.45 am head to the launch site (if the conditions allow we aim to launch from the accommodation or nearby)
10.15 am Kit allocation, changing and site specific briefing including safety
10.30 am Launch
11.45 pm Break & Snack
1.00 pm Pub Lunch
2.30 pm Break, swim, games
4.00 pm Off the water & load up
4.30 pm stop for refreshment
7.30 pm Day 1- Pub Dinner
Coastal Paddle / beach clean / Pasty on the Beach
Enjoy the stunning back drop, keeping an eye out for dolphins, seals, jellyfish and sea birds
Extreme Rock Pooling - looking for crabs, starfish, blenney and much more
Cafe Lunch & a View
Walk - Seal Haul Out
Coastal Paddle exploring caves and rock gardens / Picnic on a secluded beach