Atlantic Sea Kayaking

We are a sea kayaking company who specialise in offering a relaxed mindful experience to our visitors .
We involve nature , the environment , and the marine world in our outings. Our trips are designed for the nature lover and also for the traveller who wants to explore a new form of transport in a safe relaxed way. Our philosophy is let us bring you safely and in a dry way to a new world of nature , history and mindfulness. We want you to leave us in a more relaxed and chilled out state than you arrived.

We are trend setters when it comes to the community in our area and indeed in our country and are ambassadors with our national tourist board in spreading this philosophy. 

We employ locally . We are also initiating locally a system whereby local people can become guides and we are also spearheading an initiative whereby local island buy fleets of kayaks and train up local interested staff and create a new business in small island communities. This will also attract more tourist to the area. 

The Environmental Policy of ASK is to respect, enjoy and protect the unique environment in which we work. We are conscious of being guardians of the marine habitat, and use our knowledge of the local environment in order that all our fellow kayakers appreciate not just its beauty, but also its fragility.
We are fortunate to enjoy one of the most beautiful marine environments in the world in which to plan and undertake our journeys. But we know that for others to enjoy this special place, we must respect and protect it, and carry out our work in such a way that we enhance, rather than harm or deplete, its sustainability and its beauty.
Protecting the habitat means that we enjoy it at its most pristine and beautiful best, and we know that those coming after us will benefit from it as well.

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posted by Lidia

 

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Helen Jennings

Helen has studied at the Universities of Goldsmiths, Kent, Jyvaskyla (Finland) and The Arctic University of Norway (Tromsø) where she obtained a MA in Indigenous Studies. She has travelled extensively and has lived and worked in Canada, Scandinavia, and South America. Helen is particularly interested in cultural, indigenous, and spiritual tourism, ideas behind sensible ‘regulation’ and is convinced of the value of ethical and sustainable tourism.

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