Kayaking in Isle Of Wight
Kayaking in Isle of Wight can be as serene or extreme as you like, and the Isle of Wight is the perfect place to take to the water, with everything from gentle, scenic inland waterways, to coastal shore breaks and open water opportunities. There are plenty of beaches for launching from, all with easy access and mainly good car parking and facilities.
If you want to kayak independently then you will find an abundance of places to paddle; the coastline and beaches right around the Island provide a wide range of conditions, from flat water lagoons around Alum Bay, to open seas and wave-riding off Compton Bay or Freshwater.
Awesome Kayaking Adventures on the Isle of Wight. Do you want to have fun paddling under cliffs, visiting caves and sheltered bays? Maybe, if you choose to, surfing ocean waves or riding the swells through the gaps in the cliff walls.
You can choose to develop your sea kayaking skills with a top sea kayak coach or take a tour with an experienced guide. From exposed tidal races, sea stacks and caves to sheltered harbours and creeks, the Isle of Wight offers the widest range of sea environments for Sea Kayaking in the whole of the South and South East.