Things to do on the Isle of Wight

Fancy something a little different to do while you're on the Island?

As seen on the BBC. Award winning Goodleaf Tree Climbing are the UK's recreational tree climbing specialists. They offer enjoyable outdoor experiences for ages 8 to 80 in a designated AONB on the sunny Isle of Wight.
Wight Karting offers the Isle of Wight's only all-weather outdoor 500m floodlit track providing unrivalled fun, excitement and safety for people of all ages
West Wight Alpacas not only breed some of the best coloured Suris in the country they also do treks with the public and have a shop and cafe on site and run various courses from craft to husbandry, please read through their web site for details.
There has been a pottery at Chessell on the Isle of Wight since the 1970's and in 2003 Pottery Café moved in. The spacious studio seats over 50 people and is popular throughout the season for visitors making mementoes of their visit to the Island and Islanders creating special gifts as well as capturing baby's hand and footprints.
Butterfly Paragliding is one of the top paragliding schools in the UK, with a great safety record, great weather, personal attention and a wide curriculum. Fly with an instructor on a tandem paraglider along the Isle of Wight coastline.
Sally's riding stables caters for all riders from absolute beginners through to established riders. Our Aim is to provide a safe riding environment so riders can relax and enjoy the beautiful scenery and surroundings. All our rides are accompanied by experienced Riders.
Experience Clay Pigeon Shooting on the Isle of Wight. Welcome to Island Clay Breaks. We specialise in Clay Pigeon Shooting and holidays for those who wish to experience this unique and enjoyable sport. Located on the beautiful south coast of the Isle of Wight, we can offer a memorable and enjoyable time at our Shooting grounds.
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