Sea-kayaking in Scotland’s Highland wilderness – video

On a five-day sea-kaying adventure, Michael Tait explores the Highlands from a unique perspective. After a gentle orientation in Loch Alsh and around Eilean Donan castle, his group travels across the spectacular Mam Ratagan Pass and circumnavigate the deep, fjord-like Loch Hourn that borders the western Highlands’ remote and rugged Knoydart peninsula. With four days’Continue reading “Sea-kayaking in Scotland’s Highland wilderness – video”

Kayaking in Papua New Guinea: adventures in paradise

The Tigak archipelago stretches into the Pacific off the east of Papua New Guinea, all the way to a tiny island inhabited by a happy couple only too glad of its ghostly reputation