Join us on the water in beautiful southern Snowdonia.
Our paddle boarding lessons and tours are based in and around Aberdyfi and Tywyn in Gwynedd, West Wales.
Paddle boarding in Aberdyfi: Our half day paddle board experiences are approximately 2.5 hours long and take place around high or low tide usually in the morning or early afternoon. We offer small group sessions of up to 6 people for £50 per person including all SUP equipment and wetsuits. As well as teaching you the basics and developing your paddle skills, we take you on a short trip up and down the beautiful Dyfi estuary. The usual meeting point is at Dovey Yacht Club. Sessions can be adapted for the full range of skill levels but you do need a good level of fitness to take part. These tours are available from 1st June until late September but we also offer a shorter mini-tour in the early spring and late autumn lasting approx 1 hour 45 mins and costing £40 per person. Minimum age=12
These one hour 15 min sessions offer you a taste of paddle boarding and teach you the basics. £30 per person including all equipment and wetsuits. These sessions are subject to weather and tidal conditions. The usual meeting point will be Dovey Yacht Club. Minimum age is 8.
These one hour skills sessions are aimed at people who have done some paddle boarding before but would like to improve their skills and find out more about paddle boarding in this area.
If you would like individual focus then we can provide one on one instruction. The charge for this is £60 per hour and could be a good option if you feel less confident or if you have already learned to SUP but wish to focus on specific skills. All equipment is provided. We also offer private couple SUP sessions for £50 per person.
Update 28th July 2021: Please be aware we only have a very limited number of spaces still available in July and August. If you are interested in a session please fill in the booking form with ALL the dates you are able to make. There are currently plenty of spaces available in September and October though!