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Bookable Activities

Paddle Boarding

Duration: 2- 2.5 hours 
Price: £40

Stand up paddle boarding (SUP) has boomed in popularity in the last few years. We at Livit Adventures absolutely see why and love a paddle on the beautiful North Devon rivers or even the ocean. 

What is a SUP? It’s a large surf-like board with plenty of width and volume to aid stability. In a standing position, you use a long, single ended paddle to propel your board forwards.

Paddle Board Tours
Exploring the local rivers or ocean- our instructors will lead the group and will guide you every step of the way. It can be as exhilarating or as relaxing as you like, but one thing is certain: you will have a great time. The thing about paddle boarding is- it’s really easy to pick up! You don’t need to be fit or athletic to have a great time and pretty much anyone can do it.
Your Instructor will show you the basic technics and run through the necessary safety factors and then you’ll be on the board.

Tours vary depending on the time of day, tide, wind and weather conditions.

We can sometimes operate from one of our local beaches if the ocean is calm and flat but because of the nature of the North Atlantic our most popular sessions take place on the River Torridge where we use the incoming or outgoing tide to take us up or down along the river.

The river Torridge is ideal for a scenic tour past woodland, bridges, boats, villages, plenty of wildlife and even shipwrecks and a fun paddle boarding adventure.

Paddle boards are also available for private hire right from the campsite.

What to bring
You’ll be provided with all the kit, so all you need to bring is swimwear and a towel.


Kitesurfing and Land Kite Buggy

Duration: 2-3 hours
Price: £40-£150

Kitesurfing : group (2) £100 – private £150 (3hour) – Land kite and buggy £40 (2 hour)

Kitesurfing is an extreme sport where the kiter uses the power of the wind with a large kite to be pulled on a water surface. It has different styles of riding with freestyle, wave-riding and racing categories.

Safety was sensitive in the beginning of the sport but with better equipment and instruction the sport is now a lot safer than it was in the past!

Kitesurfing lessons are available with Livit Adventures with our fully qualified BKSA instructors who will ensure you have the best time in the water. 

Westward Ho! is a perfect beach for kitesurfing with regular strong wind coming from the Atlantic Ocean and a wide stretch of sand at low tide- meaning it’s really safe with lots of space to practice. 

Your Instructor will show you the basics of the kite, control bar and harness and run through the necessary safety factors and then you’ll be in the water practicing with flying the kite and soon you’ll be doing your first “body-drag(being pulled through the water without standing on a board. This is an early step in the learning process and it’s also really fun !)

Once you have mastered the kite- stepping up and getting up on the board is the next stage of the learning process.
Lesson times and availability vary depending on tides, wind and weather conditions. 

Lessons are for groups of 2 people max or 1-2-1 privates. 

What to bring
You’ll be provided with all the kit, so all you need to bring is swimwear and a towel.


Duration: 1 hour
Price: From £12

This is a group of physical, mental and spiritual practises or disciplines which originated in ancient India. 

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

To practice we have a structure on site which we use; or the yoga class can take place outside on the grass if the sun is shining.

All equipment is provided. 

Our yoga instructors are fully qualified and experienced in many styles of yoga. Classes are available weekly at Livit Adventures when in demand- if there is no class feel free to roll out one of our matts and guide yourself into a peaceful flow.

We also sometimes have special workshops for acro-yoga, silks and various fitness classes taking place at our camp.

cliff jumping


Duration: 2 hours
Price: From £38

Coasteering- now this is a LOT of fun. It’s essentially cliff jumping albeit with an instructor to tell you where and how to safely! Croyde is the best place locally for this and we recommend joining our friend Will and his team for an adrenaline fuelled session. You can take a look at what’s involved and see session times below.

Coasteering is a relatively new adventure activity. It is the best way to experience the amazing natural coastline we have in the UK. 

Put on a wetsuit, buoyancy aid and helmet and you are ready for a coasteering adventure; taking in the stunning Southwest coastline from a different view point. You will traverse some of the most spectacular rocky coastlines and secluded beaches the area has to offer. By cliff jumping, swimming and scrambling you will explore caves and coves to a soundtrack of plunging waves, screams and cheers.



Duration: 2 hours
Price: £35 (group lesson price)

Fancy a surf lesson? Then book online with Mark at Westward Waves. We have known Mark for years and love to surf with him! He is an incredible surfer and so great at sharing his passion with others- this is what makes a lesson with Mark so magic. If you happen to be with us on a Saturday night then you will most certainly see him at our outdoor pizza kitchen chilling out and eating pizza!

We also have plenty of surfboards, bodyboards and wetsuits that are available for private hire right from the campsite.

The times of Marks’ lessons will vary according to the tide, daylight hours and weather conditions- so best to check in with him before your holiday begins.

What to bring
All you need to bring is your swimwear and a towel. All kit will be provided.


Wakeboarding & Aquapark

Located in the stunning landscape of North Devon and only 15 minutes away from the Livit camp, the North Devon Wakepark lake is situated in the beautiful fields and countryside.

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 fun and fast to learn and your instructor will be giving you tips on your technique.

Everyday beginner sessions run on the main cable from 10:30-12:30 and 2:30-4:30. Price from £35 pp.

The aqua park is a fun activity for all ages with a slide, monkey bars and much more. Price from £15 pp.

For more info

Coastal Walking

Walking / Hiking Tour

Duration: 3-6 hours 
Price: From £30

Join us for our South West Coast Path Walking tour. Explore and hike the South West coast path and other local areas with Livit Adventures.

Walking tour
We’ve been walking the coast path with guests for years now and it’s been super popular. 

We run half and full day tours dedicated entirely to walking. A great activity for everyone with all abilities welcome; with the coastal backdrop it is a truly stunning experience. 

We are fortunate to be minutes walk from the world famous South West Coast Path, as a result we can start the route from our front door. We have many routes available. Depending on enthusiasm and or ability we can easily shorten or lengthen each day if required. 
We have our own mini bus which will pick us up and drop us off as required.

The South West Coast Path
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 the readers of the Ramblers Walk magazine and regularly features in lists of the world’s best walks.

From us the path follows the coast around Clovelly Bay where there are several small villages. The path passes the site of the Iron Age Hill fort, 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.

We also have circular routes a plenty if the coast path isn’t viable. 

We will vary the routes, length and level of difficulty depending  on group dynamics and/or ability- so no need to panic- it is fully flexible!
Walking tours are available in 1/2 day, full day or 2 day options.

If you would like to take part in walking tour with your family or friends while staying with us please give a member of our team a call at Livit Adventures.

What to bring
You will need to be equipped with good walking shoes or trainers and a water supply and of course, don’t forget your packed lunch and a camera.