Moray Speyside is the ultimate destination to visit for your next water-based adventure.
Boasting sheltered coastal waters, a rugged world-class coastline, spectacular beaches and rushing rivers, you’ll find a wide range of water-based activities to enjoy.
From coastal swimming, surfing, sea kayaking and paddle boarding, to refreshing beach walks, canoeing and angling, there’s something for everyone.
Whether you’re seeking the thrill of the waves or the gentle pace of a river, we’ve got you covered.
Plan Your Adventure
Take a look at the water-based activities that you can enjoy in Moray Speyside.
Experience an exhilarating boat trip out to the Moray Firth and explore the world-class Moray coastline that’s alive with abundant wildlife. Look out for bottlenose dolphins, seals, harbour porpoise and seabirds, and in summer you might even see basking sharks or a minke whale!
Enjoy a range of watersports within the beautiful Moray landscape. Feel the thrill of gorge walking or coasteering or relax and have fun kayaking or stand up paddleboarding – there’s something for every watersports fan.
Enjoy a day of fishing at Logie on the River Findhorn – a medium sized spate river set amidst stunning gorge scenery offering the chance to catch a mixture of salmon and grilse and occasionally sea trout.
Thrill-seekers are guaranteed a great day with Ace Adventures on the Logie Estate by the River Findhorn. Enjoy rafting, cliff jumping and river tubing, canoeing, kayaking, woodland paintball, Highland fling bungee jump and much more!
Looking for a fun-filled day out on the water? You’ll find everything from kayaking to paddle boarding and sailing at Cullen Sea School.
Hit the surf and spend the day riding the waves at one of Moray’s most beautiful beaches. Lossiemouth offers great waves for surfing and dunes of golden sand and a beach that stretches for miles.
Experience a unique blend of open canoeing on the River Spey with exclusive Malt Whisky Tasting Experiences along the way. Be guided by the Spey’s most experienced River Guide and discover the natural beauty of this iconic Scottish river and its famous malt whiskies. The perfect day out for those who love the water and the “water of life”, slàinte!