Try a range of activities at Livit Adventures

We run a range of adventure weekends in North Devon throughout the year with different activities on offer depending on what appeals to you. We run tutorials for all levels of abilities so whether you’re a beginner or expert our trips will suit you!


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

We are SO lucky to have some of the best beaches Devon has to offer on our doorstep. Westward Ho! has an excellent reputation for surfing, with a two mile stretch of shoreline the gentle beach break is suitable for all abilities.

If you have never surfed before, we can help you catch your first waves! You will learn how to stand up on the surfboard and before long you will be riding to the beach!

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! For those who shred already, our people will be happy to coach you on your technique.

Whatever your level our coaches are here to ensure you have an epic session.


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

We are SO lucky to have a wake park just 15 minutes down the road from our camp, we spend a lot of time here and can’t wait to share it with you.

Sessions normally consist of 15 minutes of actual riding time on the water, fully instructed by the wake park staff.

When you arrive at the park there will be a warm up, safety briefing and instruction -if it’s 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- we have you covered.

As we take it in turns to wakeboard everyone else can sit and watch from the dockside and cheer! The vibe is very chilled around the lake, making it the perfect playground for activities and for learning a new skill and relaxing when not on the water.

Coast Path Walking

Explore and hike the South West coast path with Livit Adventures. This has been a firm favourite for the last few years and is super popular. A great activity for everyone and all abilities, it is a truly stunning experience.

We are fortunate to be only a few minutes walk from the path, as a result we can access the route from our front door. We enter the coast path at Greencliff, 2 miles from WestwardHo!

The South West Coast Path is England’s longest way-marked 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. 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, don’t forget your camera.

On a multi-activity weekend we will walk the coast path from our camp to Westward Ho! beach taking in the breathtaking scenery.

The route we aim to walk over walking weekend will start from Greencliff (we have the option of starting from Westward Ho! if requested). From us the path follows the coast around Clovelly Bay where there are several small villages including Abbotsham. 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 harbour. The path continues past the site of the Iron Age Hill fort at Windbury Head to Hartland Point. 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, is visible from our campsite and also from many points along the path between Westward Ho! and the Cornish border.


This is a group of physical, mental and spiritual practises or disciplines which originated in ancient India. Here at Livit Adventures we love a good stretch.

Yoga balances the mind and body and really set us up for a great day outdoors.

We practise in the main bell tent if the weather isn’t in our favour, however if the sun gods shine we will be outside feeling the grass beneath our toes. All equipment is provided.