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Koru Kayaking are delighted to be awarded Commended in Tourism Activity, Sport and Experience of the Year Award at Cornwall Tourism AwardsCornwall Tourist Awards 2014-15

This is a new award this year and recognises businesses who go the extra mile in delivering an outstanding and innovative customer experience and was announced on 6th November.

“It was the most competitive category of the lot!” said Robin Baker, Services for Tourism.

Koru Kayaking is now in it’s third year were up against some very established businesses in the county.

“We are so happy to receive this regional award and be recognised regionally for for giving people amazing experiences and memories.” Hetty Wildblood, Koru Kayaking

Malcolm Bell, Head of Visit Cornwall, the Cornwall Development Company tourism service, praised the winning businesses:  “To have so many amazing businesses and individuals who work tirelessly to drive Cornwall’s tourism product forward is one of Cornwall’s greatest assets. With so many new names on the winners roll, these Awards highlight that Cornwall’s immense passion for quality is industry wide rather than the reserve of a few. Let’s hope Cornwall continues this success and comes home triumphant from the British Travel Awards later this month.” as quoted in The West Briton.

“It’s been a brilliant year for awards for us! In April we were awarded A Certificate of Excellence from Trip Advisor and September we won Best Overall Experience by Flexsi, Falmouth and Exeter University’s Sports Initiative, voted for by the students.” said Tom Wildblood, Koru Kayaking. flexsiTripAdvisor Excellence

Koru Kayaking are always wanting to provide the best customer experience, becoming Cornish Mining Ambassadors and working with wildlife conservation groups including Cornwall Seal Group and St Agnes Marine Conservation Group, to increase our knowledge and share it with or customer customers to enhance their experience on Koru’s Kayak Adventures.

Recently we have been researching the caves in the North Coast along the St Agnes coastline, soon to be featured in the BBC adaptation Poldark, and discovering why Frenchman’s Creek is called Frenchman’s Creek and are looking forward to sharing these with you!