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Brighton: What to do when you get there?

Brighton is home to one of the most popular seaside resorts in England. Situated only an hour from London on train, it’s become the go to beach spot for locals and tourists alike.

People flock from far and wide to discover Brighton attractions such as the Brighton Pier, the Royal Pavilion and the brand new British Airways i360.

Brighton is a haven for natures lovers and extreme sports enthusiasts. Take in a trail, hike the iconic South Downs Way, explore the Biosphere or seek out The Chattri memorial.

The city on the coast is the perfect spot for you to try your hand at watersports from jet skiing and kayaking to wakeboarding and windsailing! Explore the Sussex coast with a sea kayaking or canoeing excursion with an expert coach, who’ll guide you every step of the way and point out the local hidden gems that most tourists never get to see. Families can learn to windsurf, wakeboard, sail or kayak, either as part of a training courses or as private 1 to 1 lessons.

For those of you who prefer land based activities can try rock climbing and abseiling, navigation and mountaineering and the more audacious can go for bushcraft and survival and wilderness first aid courses.

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Brighton: What to do when you get there?

Brighton is home to one of the most popular seaside resorts in England. Situated only an hour from London on train, it’s become the go to beach spot for locals and tourists alike.

People flock from far and wide to discover Brighton attractions such as the Brighton Pier, the Royal Pavilion and the brand new British Airways i360.

Brighton is a haven for natures lovers and extreme sports enthusiasts. Take in a trail, hike the iconic South Downs Way, explore the Biosphere or seek out The Chattri memorial.

The city on the coast is the perfect spot for you to try your hand at watersports from jet skiing and kayaking to wakeboarding and windsailing! Explore the Sussex coast with a sea kayaking or canoeing excursion with an expert coach, who’ll guide you every step of the way and point out the local hidden gems that most tourists never get to see. Families can learn to windsurf, wakeboard, sail or kayak, either as part of a training courses or as private 1 to 1 lessons.

For those of you who prefer land based activities can try rock climbing and abseiling, navigation and mountaineering and the more audacious can go for bushcraft and survival and wilderness first aid courses.

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