BRITISH ISLES

The River Arun, West Sussex

IMG_0723The River Arun swim was our first ever SwimQuest tour, inspired by John Coningham-Rolls’ childhood days in West Sussex. What better way to spend a summers day: swimming from stunning Arundel Castle to Bury Village, soaking up the English Countryside at its finest and stopping just in time for a spot of pub lunch at the Squire and Horse pub. In line with the SwimQuest ethos, this is a journey and not a mass-participation race!  You will be helped and encouraged all the way by our friendly SwimQuest guides. Click to find out more and to book >

THE SWIMQUEST SCOTTISH CHRISTMAS WEEKEND

Winter Swimming ScotlandWhen we first ran this tour back in 2015, we knew there would be a small pool of people tempted by a weekend of freezing cold swims and as much food as they could eat. Little did we know this would prove so popular, and turn into a bit of a SwimQuest tradition! Our Christmas weekends this year are the first two weekends in December. Based at family-owned Traigh House, join us for swimming, eating, afternoon teas, Christmas dinner, carols by candlelight, and more! Click to find out more and to book >

jersey, channel islands

SwimQuest JerseyJersey is an open water swimmer’s dream destination. Its astonishing tides have shaped the island, leaving rugged coastlines, hidden white bays and beautiful coves to explore. This trip is a unique opportunity to experience the best swimming Jersey has to offer. Leave the tide planning to us, and enjoy yourself safe in the knowledge you will be fully supported and covered by the SwimQuest team. Click to find out more and to book >

THE NORFOLK BROADS

Norfolk Broads, SwimQuestIn addition, we also offer bespoke trips on the Norfolk Broads. Although these trips are not part of our regular schedule, if you are organising a weekend away with friends or would like to mark a special occasion, this is an ideal weekend away. Enjoy winding waterways, marshland fields and feathery reeds by day, and wonderfully dark, starry nights. Click to enquire >