If you're looking for an exciting activity packed holiday, give Andy and Ally a call to arrange
days out 4x4 driving, helicopter flights, rock climbing, canoeing, surfing etc. They can also
arrange activities catering for disabled guests like horse riding, canoeing, and rock climbing.
If you want something a little more relaxing try their Guided Daphne Du Maurier Walk round Fowey..
Trax & Trails - Stoke Climsland - Tel: 01579 370718
4 x 4 off road driving, clay pigeon shooting and archery.
Kartworld - Menheniot - Tel: 01579 347229
Unbeatable value, arrive & drive, karting fun for all the family.
Local to Rosecraddoc, and surrounded by Bodmin moor Siblyback Lake is an ideal day out offering
a wide range of facilities and activities, including sailing, wind surfing, canoeing, walking and
fishing. If water sports aren't for you, the lake offers amazing scenery with miles of walks,
excellent bird watching, children's play area and tea room overlooking the water.
Stithians Lake - Redruth - Tel: 01209 860301
Water sports available for disabled people on Wednesday evenings 6-8pm. Wheelchair accessible centre
with hoist for accessing boats.
Walrus Power Boat School - Cargreen - Tel: 07815 120717
RYA Power Boat School, 1 or 2 day certified course or taster session on picturesque River Tamar.
Tamar Sail - Saltash - Tel: 01752 840599
A TamarSail expedition usually takes 3 hours. Starting from Saltash, you can sail upstream pas the
mouth of the River Tavy, to Cargreen and Weir Quay or explore the deserted Lynher tributary passing
Antony House and Trematon Castle en route to Dandy Hole. Children aboard can become ‘River Explorers’.
Help navigate and steer the boat, pull ropes, us a chart, & find the buoys.
Canoe Tamar - Cotehele - Tel: 01752 840599
Your journey will take you between the historic Quays of Morwellham and Cotehele with a stop off at the
village of Calstock. Please allow 3 hours for the experience. The canoes are traditional open boats,
perfect for beginners and family outings. They are safe, stable and suitable for any age and agility.
Cornwall, possibly the country’s premier diving location, offers the combination of a temperate climate
along with a coastline washed by the clear, clean waters of the Atlantic Gulf Stream. This ensures good
underwater visibility all year around.
Basking Sharks are regular visitors to the Cornish coastline, along with Porpoises and Dolphins.
Porthkerris Dive Centre - St Keverne
Tel: 01326 280620
Ideally situated on the Lizard Peninsular in Cornwall, the Porthkerris dive centre complex has a wide
range of facilities, including on-site parking, which are all located within a few metres of the beach.
Diver training is available for the full range of PADI courses from Open Water to Instructor, PADI
Specialities, IANTD Nitrox & Advanced Nitrox and DAN O2 Provider.
Porthkerris has one of the best shore dives in the UK. It is accessible to within a few metres by car and accessible for disabled divers. The dive is ideal for newly qualified Open Water Divers and experienced divers alike.
Cornish Diving Services - Falmouth - Tel: 01326 311265
Cornish Diving Services has been an active dive shop in Cornwall for over 20 years. The Cornwall dive
sites used for scuba diving feature flourishing aquatic life as well as U-boat wreckage from WW1. The
Dive Shop is a leading dive equipment retail outlet for the South West Cornwall, stocking a vast range
of branded scuba dive gear such as Scubapro, Suunto, Oceanic and many more. Compressed diving air is
supplied to 300 bar, Nitrox & Trimix is also available. Diving equipment servicing is carried out on
site by qualified scuba equipment technicians.
Looe Diving Club - Looe - Tel: 01503 262727
Looe Divers Club is open to divers from all different training agencies – PADI, BSAC, SAA, IANTD etc.
Situated at the waters edge on Marine Drive, Hannafore, the centre has access to some of the best dive
sites on the South Coast.
A strenuous 3-mile walk, across open moorland with some scrambling to reach the very top of Rough Tor.
Rough Tor is the second highest point in Cornwall. Standing on its summit on a clear day it is possible
to see to both the Atlantic North Coast and the English Channel of the South Coast. Magnificent all
round views looking down on to the surrounding moorland.
Camel Trail - Bodmin to Padstow - Tel: 01752 840599
Following a disused railway from Bodmin to Padstow via Wadebridge, the Camel Trail is a 17 mile largely
traffic free cycle way passing through some of the most spectacular Cornish countryside. Visitors can
hire bikes from Padstow, Wadebridge or Bodmin.
Pentewan Valley Trail - Mevagissy
Pentewan near Mevagissy is a shorter version (3 miles) of the Camel Trail, traffic free and level.
Great Flat Lode Trail - Redruth
Part of the mineral tramways network of 3 linking mainly off road trails following the route of now disused
mining tracks, meandering through the former Tin & Copper mining belt around Redruth and Camborne.
Burrator Reservoir - Dartmoor - Tel: 01822 890414
Sited on Dartmoor National Park, Burrator is a picturesque body of water surrounded on all sides by
plantations and copses, with stunning vistas, with a cycle ride that can be completed in just under
Cardinham Woods - Bodmin
With four waymarked trails and miles of other tracks and paths to explore weaving there way through scenic
woodland. The woods offer plenty of opportunities to blow away the cobwebs.
Lower Tokenbury Equestrian Centre is an approved ABRS establishment, also a selected and approved Pony
Club Centre, with unrivalled facilities in an area of outstanding natural beauty.
Penewin Equestrian Centre - Saltash - Tel: 01752 851365
Penewin Equestrian Centre was established in 2000, with a selection of high quality horses and well
qualified staff who can offer lessons to suit every equestrian need.
T.M International - Henwood - Tel: 01579 362895
T.M. International School of Horsemanship offer special tourist packages for people on holiday who
wish to see the moors from horseback. It is necessary to book in advance.
Bond Jumpcross - Saltash - Tel: 01503 240304
Jumpcross is an exciting equestrian discipline that is sweeping the nation. It combines the excitement
of cross-country with the accuracy of show jumping. It is an excellent way of training both horse and
rider and is suitable for all ages and abilities.
The aim of Pixie Tours is to enable its guests to discover the beauty and history of Cornwall in comfort
and style. They will be escorted in luxury vehicles, thus removing the stress of driving and navigating,
whilst witnessing a wide variety of fascinating sights, many of which would be missed when travelling on