Have a go racing the dragons! It’s exciting, great fun, and set against the historic backdrop of Warwick Castle.
Whether you are looking for a team building activity, group challenge, or just an exciting trip out, our dragon boating is safe, enjoyable and suitable for complete beginners.
In this one and a half hour session, you will learn the basics, take a trip up the river and see Warwick Castle, compete in some challenges or maybe have a few exciting races. Whether it’s a fun break from a conference, a team building event, or even a stag or hen party, whatever your aims we can provide a session to suit.
If you’re looking for something a bit more competitive or longer, we run dragon boat events that last from half a day to a full day depending on the number of teams. Call us for a bespoke event to your requirements.
When can you book:
We are open year round for bookings. Dragon boating activities take place between March and October. When daylight allows we take evening bookings.
Number of participants:
Maximum number 63.
A minimum fee applies equivalent to 13 people.
Dragon boating takes place at Warwick Boats.
Initially, phone or e-mail to arrange your date and time and check availability. We can make a provisional booking and reserve your slot in the diary.
To confirm your booking, we require a deposit of approximately 50% of the expected total (if the start date is more than 2 weeks ahead) or full payment if within 2 weeks of the start.
Final confirmation of numbers and full payment is required at least a week in advance of the session. This allows us to make sure we have the correct number of staff in place for your session.
We can accept payment either by cash, card, online or bank transfer. For companies an official purchase order is also acceptable to confirm your booking.
Please note we are unable to accept individual payments from course participants on our discounted adult group prices.
Upon confirmation of your booking, we will e-mail the group leader some information for participants about what to wear and bring, and a consent form. It is the responsibility of the group leader to disseminate this information as needed, and to bring completed consent forms for each participant to the session.