I first read the word Lofoten on my drysuit. It sounded intriguing, I looked it up, pictures of the most incredible landscape popped up in front of me. That was 4 years ago. This summer I made that dream happen and for 3 weeks my team and I paddled around the whole Lofoten Archipelago. A unbelievable place.
No Money, but time rich. I set out to cycle around Iceland. Sometimes it is easy to get caught up in the goal rather than enjoying the journey along the way.
Three girls, 600km, in 3 weeks.
Check out the our journey around Corsica. Crystal Clear waters, cliffs, caves and steep sided mountains are just a few of Corsica's gems. This mediterranean island has it all.
Check out the expedition Film and you will be sure to add it to your list of must visit countries.
Three ordinary people. 800km. 33 Days.
Thinking about Patagonia as a kayaking destination? Check this page out and your will be sold. Amazing views and landscapes. Breathtaking wildlife and a truly challenging wilderness.
Hopefully from my experience of the crazy amazing place you can inspire and inform your own trip.
My first BIG sea kayaking expedition was to paddle around the Mediterranean island of Sardinia. A 850km journey which we managed to completed 700km of. Due to regular storms and the effects of Cyclone Cleopatra our time ran out before we could complete the mission.
Sardinia has stunning coastline, warm waters and normally settled weather. Its cliffs and caves make exciting and interesting paddling for all. A must see location.
What a Place! Turquoise waters, thick green jungles and very friendly people (bar the board police).
Mexico was my first white water trip over seas. Learning that you could fly with boats, drive for days to find white water and eat a lot of tacos was a huge part of this trip for me.
Unfortunately due to a clash of teeth and paddle my trip really didn't go to plan and I experienced the cheapest dentistry and loss of confidence right when I was in the thick of it all.
Wondering between some of the worlds largest mountains up ever changing tracks and hillside has been one of my most rewarding trips.
The Annapurna Circuit is a world renowned adventure, and when your there in the moment you can't help but feel like an explorer, with the added bonus of sleeping and eating in local tea houses you can spend weeks just carrying the bear essentials on your back.