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Explore hidden gems of Scotland

Choose one of our bespoke locations for your tour offered by Outdoor Explore in Scotland. All are suitable for novice and experienced explorers. Unless requested otherwise, these tours will last about 2 - 2.5 hours. Offered all year round, with starting times at 10.00, 14.00 or 18.00. 

Kayaking in Perth

Explore Perth City with Outdoor Explore. Take a kayak tour on the River Tay in our single or double kayaks. You can paddle in the city, visiting Moncrieffe Island area or choose to travel to Newburgh (in Fife). Start the trip from Willowgate (PH2 7JU) which is a short drive from many destinations in Central Scotland. Enjoy the wildlife, scenery and history hidden just on our doorstep. For a booking form and what to bring, click here. 

Loch Tummel kayaking

Take a trip on one of the most stunning lochs in Central Scotland. Go kayaking on Loch Tummel, located a short drive from Pitlochry and providing visitors with fantastic landscapes worth exploring any time of the year. This trip is especially beautiful in autumn. Kayaking near the famous Queen's View Point and looking towards the Schehallion mountain is a great experience.

For a booking form and what to bring, click here. 

Kayaking at Clunie Loch

Interested in the history of Scotland? Want to visit a 'spooky' island with a castle? Join us on a kayak or canoe trip on Clunie Loch (Loch of Clunie) near Blairgowrie. This small loch is very suitable for our youngest explorers (age 4+) and we love to arrange themed days (e.g. Pirate Canoe trips - a great idea for a birthday party), or night kayaking in the winter and spring!

For a booking form and what to bring, click here. 

Kayaking in Pitlochry

A touring kayak trip at Loch Faskally near Pitlochry. Enjoy stunning forests and mountain scenery on this unusual loch. With the famous Pitlochry Dam at one end, and fed by the River Tummel and River Garry at the other end. Take a tour in single or double kayaks in Big Tree Country which is worth exploring all year round. This trip is fantastic for night kayaking as well!

For a booking form and what to bring, click here. 

River Isla kayaking

Take a mellow journey on the River Isla near Coupar Angus and Blairgowrie. Try kayaking or canoeing, in single or double boats, or paddle boarding! This trip is suitable for explorers of almost any age and ability to enjoy the wilderness on our doorstep. A great place to see evidence and maybe catch a glimpse of the Tayside beavers! Another lovely place to try sunset kayaking.

For a booking form and what to bring, click here. 

Loch Tay kayaking

Visit Loch Tay,  go kayaking, canoeing or paddle boarding from Kenmore (eastern end of the loch) or Killin (western end). Stunning scenery and historical sights (e.g. the Crannog Centre) which you really should add to your 'bucket list' when visiting Perthshire. It's location allows us to enjoy often sights of ospreys and even golden eagles!

For booking form and what to bring, click here.