Dundee

Read more about the area. Find our most popular kayaking destinations, listed below. We also added some great places to eat, stay and explore when visiting here. If you have any questions, please CONTACT US.

Kayaking in Dundee

Welcome to the city of culture, jute, whaling and arctic exploration. The mighty River Tay and the North Sea meet here creating a unique ecosystem. Here is where a modern, thriving city with a rich history is meeting the amazing Scottish nature. Take a slow pace kayak adventure with Outdoor Explore.

Dundee City

Winter - Spring available

An amazing place to enjoy the sunrise, best in the winter and springtime. Explore the city front and its rich history.

From:

£45

Tayport

All year round available

Visit all the lighthouses in Tayport by kayak. Here is where the Firth of Tay looks at its best, all year round.

From:

£35

Broughty Ferry

Spring - Autumn available

Launching from the beach just beside the castle. Enjoy some amazing wildlife such as seals and even dolphins if lucky!

From:

£45

Wormit Bay

All year round available

Famous Tay Rail Bridge, the Silvery Tay, shipwrecks and much more. Make sure the tides are right though.

From:

£45

Local information

Taste local

Here is our list (easy to save/download/use) of our favourite places to eat well in the Dundee area.

Stay longer

Short or long but do stay here to really explore the area well. The places listed here are great. Download, copy, use it.

Explore more

Dundee City has so much to offer. Plenty of events and attractions worth trying when visiting here. Have a look at Visit Scotland page (link). You can also download the 99 Things Guide (link).

Museums

Dundee Heritage Trust (link) looks after some of the best museums in the city. You should also look into the

V&A Dundee, Scotland's first design museum (link) and The McManus (link).

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