Kayaking in Shetland

Ever wanted to try kayaking at sea? Look no further! In Shetland, you can book day, half-day and evening guided kayaking tours of Scotland’s sublime and biologically diverse coastlines. With qualified instructors always nearby, kayakers of all experiences – from those with zero experience to frequent kayakers can join and have the same amount of thrill.

Where can I go sea kayaking in Shetland?

Located in-between Loch of Tingwall and Dales Voe, close to the airport, SeaKayak Scotland is one email away for those interested in experiencing the Scottish coastlines from up close!

The trips are tailor-made, and the course is decided one to two days before you set off to ensure you get the best experience on the day. Due to weather forecast and sea state, the course can change but, you can always make requests if you have a particular view you’d like to see. Whatever the case, with nature at your fingertips as you glide across calm waters, this sea kayak experience will definitely shine bright in your memories for years to come! 

  • No schedule for trips so, get in contact with SeaKayak Scotland beforehand and book via email
  • Children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult
  • Trips available for kayakers of any skill level
  • Dress warmly, bring a change of clothes, food and drink – a more detailed recommended list of objects to bring on the website
  • Both taster sessions and guided trips are available
  • Taster sessions from £30 per person
  • Half-day trip from £50 per person
  • Full-day trips from £85 per person
  • All kayak equipment is included in the price, and shared transport to and from paddle sites can be arranged
  • Experienced kayakers can bring their own equipment
  • Located 3 miles outside of East Voe
  • Special occasions and birthday party booking available