Date/Time: 05/06/2015 All Day
Location: Trearddur Bay
Anglesey has a great diversity of marine and bird life. The guided wildlife kayak trip from Trearddur Bay will give participants the chance to get up close and personal with marine life in a way that is difficult to achieve by any other means.
The sea kayak is a traditional inuit craft for hunting and fishing. It is ideally adapted for the task of gaining a close experience of marine life as it is not identified as a threat by sea creatures and it’s slow and almost silent approach allows for much closer access. It’s shallow draught and manoeuverability can take it to places that powered craft cannot reach.
The guided trips will take participants along the coast from Trearddur Bay– on the North-West corner of Anglesey where Peregrine Falcons patrol the skies with Kittiwake, Cormorant and Shag also common. There is also the resident atlantic grey seal population.
This full day paddle is suitable for paddlers with some kayaking experience (not complete beginners) and over 14 years of age.
This paddle is being run as part of the Anglesey Walking Festival. There are a limited number of free spaces available for this course funded by the Isle of Anglesey County Council AoNB team. Please email to check availability.
This course is fully booked.