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Autumn is a stunning season kayaking in Cornwall. Koru’s Frenchman’s Creek Kayak Adventure the ancient oak trees turn becoming a blaze of colour and the skies a cobalt blue













Herons sour above us on Helford River, Cornwall

Little Egrets perched in the ancient oak trees, Helford River, Cornwall

Autumn is also a great  time for wildlife spotting. Kingfishers are in abundance as they fly along the the water’s surface, their colbalt blue and bright orange wings mirroring the autumnal colours.their colbalt blue and bright orange wings mirroring the autumnal colours.  Herons and Little Egrets are also in abundance in thecreeks, the egrets with the their bright white feathers like lanterns in the trees.








The North Coast an also be thriving with wildlife in peak Seal pupping season, we have to be careful during this season to keep our distance from any mother and pups, but it a greta time to see lots of Atlantic Grey seals!

Atlantic Grey Seals hauled up on the rocks, St Agnes Coastline, Cornwall
















And of course the cliffs and caves with their oxidised bright green copper and iron ore are always a stunning sight to see!

Kayaking along bright rocks, St Agnes Coastline, Cornwall: Photo by Tom Paxton























Join the adventure! We plan to be out on the water until November / December for our Frenchman’s Creek Kayak Adventures and October on our North Coast Kayak Adventures and with great weather, good accommodation seals don’t delay book you mini break today and if you’re local treat yourself! Gift Vouchers also available for both kayak adventures! Is it too early to say we have launched our 2019 Koru Calendars too and you can buy them from the Koru Shop, whilst enjoying the St Agnes Coastline and Helford River Conservation Area you are helping to protect is too as we are giving a £1 donation to Surfers Against Sewage from every sale and they come in a cardboard envelope rather than plastic covered so Plastic Free too!