Activities on offer with Livit Adventures

Activities

Surfing, Kitesurfing, Wakeboarding, Climbing, Walking, Coasteering, Yoga. Accommodation, camping, and food included. Road trips. group events, corporate events, Stag, and hen do. All inclusive adventure weekends, holiday and road trips in Devon, Cornwall UK and Europe.

Westward Ho! when its windy we go !

Kitesurfing

Kite surfing has been the fastest growing watersports for the past 7 years, and there is a reason why! Using the power of the wind to propel yourself across the surface of the water, carving through the waves and jumping into the sky is what draws people again and again to the beach.

The most popular land based kite sports are Jumping, Buggying and Land Boarding. All of these sports can be enjoyed in the lightest of winds, making them a great light wind (and dry) alternative to kitesurfing.

We will dedicate an entire morning or an afternoon to kitesurfing. If this is your first time kitesurfing then you are in for a treat! If you kitesurf already then bring your gear and you will receive top level coaching tailored to your level of riding.

We work with the guys and gals from 514Elemental to provide a first class experience.

You will be given all the necessary equipment and safety briefings. A land based lesson will be carried out before we hit the water!

It usually takes longer than 1 session to get you up and riding on the board. In this first lesson we will nail the kite flying and at least get wet in the first stages of learning to kitesurf!

As with all the sports we operate, kitesurfing is weather dependant. If the wind is too light to get in the water with the kite we will carry out a land buggying and land boarding lesson which is just as fun!

514ELEMENTAL KITESPORTS SCHOOL

www.514elemental.com

Bude or Westward Ho!

Surfing

Surfing is a surface water sport in which the wave rider rides on the forward or deep face of a moving wave.

Beginner or advanced tuition available.

Experience the surf lifestyle in North Devon surf spots.

Spots we visit along the North Devon and Cornish coast may include Bude, Westward Ho!, Croyde, Saunton Sands, Putsborough, Woolacombe.


About Big Blue Surf School
We are based in Bude, North Cornwall and have been teaching people to surf for over 15 years. In that time we have safely and successfully introduced almost 30,000 men, women, and children to our wonderful sport. Many returns to us year after year.

So you’re thinking of learning to surf? Great! Whether you are looking for a great family day out in the South West or for surfing lessons for your kids, for your school, just for women and girls, or as a group or corporate event, then you’ve come to the right place. As long as you are over 8 years old, are reasonably fit and can swim 50 meters we can teach you to surf.

We are one of just a few surf schools with top International Surfing Association qualifications and keep a higher coach to student ratio than most surf schools – because learning to surf safely is vital.

Sunset Surf Sessions

Learn to Surf with the beautiful setting sun behind you!

These sessions are smaller groups, quieter beaches and will be the surf sessions to remember!

Intermediate and Advanced

If you’ve surfed before but need help getting to your feet a bit more consistently, or you are looking to make your first turns or even hunting for barrels and hitting the lip, we are here to help!

Beginner Lessons

If you have never surfed before, we can help you catch your first waves and learn how to stand up on the surfboards to get you riding to the beach!

For those who shred already, our instructor will be happy to coach you on your technique if you wish.

 

Windless riding

Wakeboarding

Cable Wakeboarding is similar to skateboarding and snowboarding, except your feet are strapped in and it is on water. Also, you hold onto a handle so that an overhead cable can pull you along.

The cable park has a series of elements to play with such as kickers and sliders.

Wakeboarding is easy and fast to learn and your instructor will be giving you tips on your technique.

“At North Devon Wake Park we do everything we can to make your session the best you’ve ever had. We also want you to receive the best service we can provide.”

When you go wake boarding with Livit Adventures our guest have the whole wake park for them self, we have reserved for you both system 2 cable tow line on the lake for 2 hours, so our group can enjoy as much riding during that time and while you off the water its perfect time to watch and comment on your friends.
Session normally consists of 15 minutes of actual riding time on the water, fully instructed by our staff. When you arrive at the park their will be a warm up, safety briefing and instruction if its your first time. Whether you are a complete beginner looking for a taster session or an experienced rider looking to simply get out on the water and start shredding.

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North Devon wake park

www.northdevonwakepark.co.uk

Abseil and climb a cliff face above the ocean

Climbing

Rock climbing is an activity in which participants climb up, down or across natural rock formations. The goal is to reach the summit of a formation or the endpoint of a usually pre-defined route without falling. Rock climbing is a physically and mentally demanding sport, one that often tests a climber’s strength, endurance, agility and balance along with mental control. It can be a dangerous activity and knowledge of proper climbing techniques and use of specialized climbing equipment is crucial for the safe completion of routes.

Rock climbing with Livit Adventures.
We are fortunate to have amazing and very experienced climbing instructor on our team.
We usually go rock climbing at Baggy point near Croyde it is a stunning location with the cliff face above the breaking waves of the Atlantic ocean the route is challenging enough but also safe for absolute beginners.

you will be provided with safety equipment helmet and a climbing harness and the use of climbing ropes, you will be shown climbing and abseiling technique and how to make a safe knot on the rope to clip into with your harness.
your instructor will on hand to keep you safe and give you instruction at all time.

Rock climbing is an adrenaline filled activity, but this does not mean you have to throw yourself of everything for no regard to your safety! Safety is the single most important part of climbing. We will take the time to brief you about what you are about to experience, and alongside the information we gain from the participation forms we will be able to assess your fitness and ensure we take out on a route that it is just right for you and your group.

Taking in the south west coastline from a different view point

Coasteering

Coasteering is a relatively new adventure activity, and it is all about getting wet by swimming, jumping, and scrambling round rocks. It is THE best way to experience the amazing natural coastline we have in the UK.
Coasteering is a blend of scrambling, rock climbing, swimming and cliff jumping with an added injection of adrenalin which will get the blood pumping. You require very little equipment, no need for ropes or harnesses, just good quality safety wear, meaning that you can move and explore with ease, giving you the opportunity to negotiate the sea cliffs, explore caves and jump in with ease. Coasteering is the UK’s fastest growing adventure sport.

Coasteering is an adrenaline filled activity, but this does not mean you have to throw yourself of everything for no regard to your safety! Safety is the single most important part of coasteering. We will take the time to brief you about what you are about to experience, and alongside the information we gain from the participation forms we will be able to assess your fitness and ensure we take out on a route that it is just right for you and your group. You will be kitted up in good fitting 5mm winter wetsuits, to keep you nice and warm, as well as safety tested buoyancy aid, and helmet.

www.xtremecoasteering.co.uk

Explore and hike the south west coast path

Coastal path walk


Explore and hike the South West coast path with Livit Adventures. This a new activity for us in 2018 and it is already getting very popular. Great activity for everyone and all abilities it is a truly stunning experience.

The South West Coast Path is England’s longest waymarked long-distance footpath and a National Trail. It stretches for 630 miles, running from Minehead in Somerset, along the coasts of Devon and Cornwall, to Poole Harbour in Dorset.
Since it rises and falls with every river mouth, it is also one of the more challenging trails. The total height climbed has been calculated to be 114,931 ft (35,031 m), almost four times the height of Mount Everest. It has been voted ‘Britain’s Best Walking route twice in a row by readers of the Ramblers Walk magazine and regularly features in lists of the world’s best walks.

You will start your walk early in the morning after breakfast, you will need to be equipped with good walking shoes or trainers and a water supply and of course, dont forget your camera.

The Livit Adventure bus will drop you and your guide to the start point we usually cover between 5-10 miles of the south-west coast path in morning walk. You will usually walk back to the campsite or be picked back up by our bus. Lunch will then be ready for you when you get to the end of the hike. On your way, you will be amazed by the natural beauty of the coast path, you will pass natural coves, lovely quiet beaches, and quiet farmland with sheep peacefully grazing.

Some of the routes we walk will take you from Westward Ho! (this is the only placename in the UK which includes an exclamation mark). The path then follows the coast around Clovelly Bay where several small villages including Abbotsham lie inland, because of the cliffs. The path passes the site of the Iron Age Hill fort at Peppercombe Castle and the village of Bucks Mills. Clovelly itself is a historic village with a small natural harbor. The path continues past the site of the Iron Age Hill fort at Windbury Head to Hartland Point and Hartland Quay. Hartland Point features a lighthouse and radar tower and marks the western limit (on the English side) of the Bristol Channel with the Atlantic Ocean to the west. The island of Lundy, which is visible from many points along the path between Welcombe and the Cornish border.