Our West Cornwall Kayak delivery service…

Enables you to hire a kayak in Cornwall and explore Mounts Bay, Land’s End and the whole of West Penwith with ultimate freedom.

There are no limitations as to how far you can go!

We will deliver kayaks to your chosen destination and collect you wherever you end up.

Our Kayak delivery service encourages kayak explorers to really go the distance to truly appreciate Cornwall’s coastline.

Unique Kayak Delivery and pickup

You could be dropped off in one location and picked up in another. Our unique Cornwall kayak delivery services is truly A to B adventuring!
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Hire a Kayak in Cornwall and explore…

Uncharted coves and isolated beaches, enter smugglers caves, fish over sunken wrecks or simply paddle out from one of Cornwall’s iconic beaches.

Our family run business is unique in its ability to deliver Kayaks to your chosen destination, whether for a family day out or a solo fishing expedition, we have what you need.

Explore these routes

These routes are just suggestions for our Cornwall kayak delivery, you can pick to start of finish at any of the beaches or coves that have vehicle access. You can go as near or as far as you like!

Set off from Praa Sands and get collected from Marazion or Vice Versa.

What you will find en route:

  • Praa Sands – Just round the corner from the main beach you will find sea arches, rock islands and sea caves.
  • Kenneggy – A lovely secluded beach only accessible by sea.
  • Prussia Cove – A small cove of boulders and sand with a rocky slip way and caves to explore.
  • Perranuthnoe – A white sandy beach with a lovely café at the top of the slip.
  • St Michael’s Mount – Paddle in through the harbour, moor up and enjoy this iconic National Trust castle and tidal Island.
  • Marazion beach – A vast sandy and stony beach with access to play parks, cafes and pubs.

Time needed: 1.5 hours to 4 hours, depending on where and how long you stop.

Meet in Mousehole car park on the far side of the harbour, leave though the harbour entrance and go right along the coast.

What you will find en route:

  • Lamorna Cove – A stunning cove in the valley of Lamorna, stop here for refreshments in the local café.
  • Carry on and take in the wildlife, sea birds and if you’re lucky, dolphins and basking sharks.
  • Tater Du Lighthouse – This is your midway point between Lamorna and St Loy’s Cove.
  • St Loy’s Cove – A beautiful stretch of coast, accessible by the coastal path or by a walk through the St Loy Valley woods. Nine times out of ten you’ll be the only souls around!
  • Penberth Cove – An idyllic quiet little cove.
  • Logan’s Rock – A large teetering boulder on the next biggest headland.
  • Pednvounder Beach – Small white sandy beach
  • Pedny Beach – A stunning sandy beach, nudist’s welcome!
  • Porthcurno – One of West Penwith’s finest beaches and the home of the famous Minack Theatre, a theatre carved out of the cliff.

This is the end of the route but for those who would like a bit longer in the kayak there is the option of carrying on a little further to explore Porthcapel and Porthgwarra.

Collection points along the way;

  • Lamorna
  • Penberth
  • Porthcurno
  • Porthgwarra

Time needed: 4 – 8 hours

Meet in Porthcurno beach car park, launch from the beautiful sandy beach and immediately take in the Minack Theatre cut into the cliff.

What you will find en route:

  • Porthchapel Beach – A sheltered beach surrounded by cliffs
  • Porthgwarra Beach – A secluded relatively unknown Cornish cove with quaint beach café.
  • Gwennap Head – An outcropping headland just past the coastguard station.
  • Little pebbly cove with no name – Stop here and give it your own name!
  • Nanjizal beach – Home to the Song of the Sea, a tall, narrow natural arch that winks at the golden sand, Nanjizal is thought by many to be the finest beach on the Penwith peninsula.
  • Lands End – Mainland Britain’s most southwesterly point and one of the country’s most famous landmarks.
  • Longships Lighthouse – famous for being visible off the tip of Lands End is an impressive 35 metre stone tower, nearly a mile off of the shore.
  • Sea arches – Two sea arches / caves that go straight through the end of the headland, you can paddle through depending on the tide.
  • The Cowlows – An outcrop of rocks just off Sennen Cove and the harbour wall.
  • Sennen Beach – A long white sandy beach with cafes and pubs. The perfect place to finish your route.

Collection points along the way;

  • Porthgwarra

Time needed: 2 – 6 hours

This route consists of some of the most dramatic and stunning stretches of cliff in Cornwall. We advise to only do this route when weather and sea conditions are perfect.

Kayak Hire Options

We have single and tandem Kayaks available and all Kayaks come with deluxe seating, a safety buoyancy aid or life jacket for toddlers and a courtesy bag containing safety equipment, a bottle of water and map.
You can hire a Kayak for a half or full day and the prices start as low as £50.

Single Kayak Half Day – £50
  Full Day – £70
Tandem Kayak Half Day – £60
  Full Day – £80
Wetsuits Half Day – £5
  Full Day – £8
Paddle Boards Half Day – £40 / Full Day £60

Discounts available if you collect your kayaks, please enquire.