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Kayak, Relax and Snack

Swanns Bridge (Pinic Area), Seacoast Road, Limavady, County Londonderry, BT49 9EF
river and roe
  • river and roe
  • river and roe
  • river and roe
  • river and roe
  • river and roe
  • river and roe

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During this experience with Binevenagh Advenutres, you'll learn the basics of kayaking before journeying along the scenic River Roe.

You'll follow the channel around each bend, getting the feel of the kayak and savouring the beauty of the natural environment. You'll stop at a suitable inlet where you’ll get some more instruction to improve your skills and challenge yourself in your kayak.  How’s your stability and balance?  If they’re not good, don’t worry. It’s all part of the experience and you’ll be perfectly safe – though maybe a bit wet!!

You deserve to relax after pushing and challenging yourself and that’s just what you’ll do next.  Allow yourself to fully relax into your kayak, getting into a comfortable position. Concentrate on your breathing at first to allow your body to fully relax. Your instructor will take you through some relaxation techniques.

Aftering coming back to reality, you’ll launch your kayaks onto the nearby bay. It's time for your body to fully experience the waters of the Roe!

When you return to the starting point again, Binevenagh Adventures will have organised a special snack box that will tempt your taste buds. The box will include meats from Corndale Farm, an award-winning Northern Ireland charcuterie based a stones-throw from the river. 

The team have paired the meats with a selection of rich, creamy, mouth-watering cheeses from another Northern Ireland based farm – Dart Mountain. They also make the delicious chutney provided in your snack box.  While you savour all these wonderful tastes, Binevenagh Adventures will provide you with more information on their origins. 

 

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