Foraging and feasting on the Dorset coast
The creeks, coves and hidden beaches of the Dorset coastline make up England's most unlikely natural larder. No, really, we're serious. Paddle your way into the hard-to-reach chalk clefts, rock stacks and sandy corners of the beautiful Studland Bay area and you can find enough pre-seasoned fresh produce to plate up a small seafood platter. Just ask the adventurous duo behind Fore Adventure - or join them on a coastal jolly by kayak. You'll be fishing for mackerel and jumping ashore in untouched bays to scour below Dorset's dramatic cliff lines and shingle beaches for sea purslane, sea aster and rock samphire. After catching crabs and digging out cockles, it's back to camp for a cook-up over flames, using all the produce you've harvested to whip up a veritable banquet of a beach feast.
What it costs: From £140pp