Join a fun London Kayak Tour today. Unlike any other experience in London. Float leisurely along the Thames or Canals & paddle London from a unique angle in your own personal Kayak.
Choose from any of our exciting locations: view the Historical Hampton Court Palace, once home of King Henry VIII or paddle up close and personal to the wildlife at Regents Park Zoo on the Regents Canal Tour or book your seat to see the famous Royal Home of the Queen in Windsor.
- Hampton Court
- Regents Canal
All Windsor Tours start and finish at the same point: SL4 5JB, at the Public Slipway beside Windsor Leisure Centre. WHEN BOOKING YOU BOOK 1 SPACE which is for TWO PARTICIPANTS.
An unforgettable Tour of history and fun. Kayak Windsor bursting with natural beauty.
Enjoy the awesome view of Windsor Castle, the oldest inhabited Castle in Europe. Enjoy the magnificent Windsor vista.
All Windsor Tours start and finish at the same point: SL4 5JB at the Public slipway beside Windsor Leisure Centre. This offer is for 2 participants for a limited time. and only requires one name, one space but it is for two participants.
A chatty guided history will be given about the famous location & surrounding area from your own BCU Instructor. Sit back and paddle and enter the Royal spirit from your own private seat! All the necessary equipment, basic introduction to paddling, a health and safety brief is all included.
All the necessary equipment, basic introduction to paddling, a health and safety brief and chatty guided history provided. Enjoy your visit to Hampton Court Palace after your Kayak Tour. You will receive your voucher from your BCU Instructor on the Kayak Tour which you redeem at Hampton Court Palace on the same day.
Paddle in your own kayak for 90 minutes on Regents Canal passing Regents Park Zoo towards the buzz of Camden Town and the old English Camden lock. Get up close and personal to the Giraffe House & Snowdon Aviary from your very own first class seat! When booking 1 space it is for 2 people
Tour starts and finishes at NW8 7LT , corner of Ormonde Terrace and Prince Albert Road beside Primrose Hill Bridge. Look out for the coloured kayaks and your Instructor in a red t-shirt and red cap