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Juneau Shore Excursion: Exclusive Pack Creek Be...
743,21 € *
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After cruising into Juneau, embark on a once-in-a-lifetime Alaskan wilderness adventure on this small-group day trip to the Pack Creek Brown Bear Viewing Area, a protected wildlife location with the highest concentration of brown bears in the world! Your guide picks you up at the Juneau cruise terminal and takes you on a scenic floatplane ride to Windfall Island, passing over Alaska’s Inside Passage and Tongass National Forest. Then, kayak to the mouth of Pack Creek on Admiralty Island and witness brown bears in their natural habitat – truly an unforgettable experience! The Pack Creek Brown Bear Viewing Area requires a permit to visit, and for the first time since 1997, the National Forest Service has awarded these exclusive and limited visitation permits to tour operators. Book this tour to make sure you don’t miss out on the amazing chance to enter the viewing area.

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Stand: 15.07.2020
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Exclusive Pack Creek Bear Viewing from Juneau
789,71 € *
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Embark on an unforgettable Alaskan wilderness adventure on this small-group day trip to the Pack Creek Brown Bear Viewing Area, a protected wildlife location with the highest concentration of brown bears in the world! From Juneau, join your guide on a scenic floatplane ride over Alaska’s Inside Passage and Tongass National Forest to Windfall Island. Then, kayak to the mouth of Pack Creek on Admiralty Island and witness Grizzly bears in their natural habitat – truly a once-in-a-lifetime experience! The Pack Creek Brown Bear Viewing Area requires a permit to visit, and for the first time since 1997, the National Forest Service has awarded these exclusive and limited visitation permits to tour operators. Book this tour to make sure you don’t miss out on the amazing chance to enter the viewing area.

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Hilton Head Guided Kayak Tour
37,21 € *
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Come experience a nature walk on the water with our guided kayak tours! Glide through the waters of Skull Creek as your tour guide enriches your mind with historical and wildlife knowledge of Hilton Head Island. Paddle through the rich ecosystem of our saltwater marshlands, observing many indigenous species of bird wildlife, such as the brown pelican, egrets, herons, osprey, bald eagles, and many more.Get up close and personal with our beloved Atlantic bottlenose dolphins! Hilton Head is home to over 100 local dolphins, living here year-round, and is also located on the migratory path for these spectacular mammals. Don’t be surprised to see these curious creatures swimming right alongside your kayak!We have double and single kayaks available. This tour is great for all ages! No experience necessary!

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Turks & Caicos Eco-Kayak Tour
160,52 € *
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On this kayak expedition, adventurers explore the marine ecology surrounding Little Water Cay in the Princess Alexandra Nature Reserve. While paddling beside the extraordinary red and black mangroves, unique flora and fauna compete to be seen from sea turtles and Lemon Sharks under the sparkling surface, to the national bird of Turks & Caicos, the Brown Pelican, soaring high above. Back on land, a visit to the Rock Iguana Sanctuary provides guests with a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to see this endangered species in their natural habitat.**Tour times may vary based on the tides of the sea.**

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Private Tour: Kayak Itabaca Channel & Tortois N...
680,19 € *
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We start with a visit to the Itabaca Channel where we can explore its turquoise waters. We will have a chance to kayak, snorkel and stand up paddleboard (SUP), as well seeing some of the famous Galapagos wildlife such as Blue Footed Boobies, sea lions, Brown Pelicans, a variety of herons and White Tipped Reef Sharks.There’s no better introduction to the Galapagos than to get onto the water as soon as possible! We will glide through beautiful red mangrove forests and along lava rock cliffs on water so clear we can see the marine life in the shallows. Our ocean (sit on top) kayaks come in doubles or singles, and life jackets are provided. A support boat will escorts us throughout our water activities to ensure safety and to provide water, snacks and towels between activities.Transportation: boat, swimming, kayak or stand up paddleboard.From the Itabaca Channel we head up to the Santa Cruz highlands where our exclusive giant tortoise reserve is located. Lunch included.

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Kayak at Berang River from Kuala Terengganu
21,77 € *
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Most people have dreamed about an Amazon kayak trip – gliding silently through the wilderness , listening to the sounds of primieval nature.Sungai Berang is surrounded similar like the Amazon River , kayaking is the perfect way to experience this beautiful, mystic river before mass tourism discovers it.As a brown water river , it represents a rare ecosystem that encompasses species from two different types of rivers. Sungai Berang and surrounding jungle will open its beautiful surroundings to you while kayaking through its luxuriant rainforest. In some areas of Sungai Berang has an eco system with hundreds of plant species and trees up to 60 meters high. In this ecosystem , the intertwined canopy in some areas can totally block the passage of light making the area extremely humid , obscure and with little ventilation , yet , amazingly beautiful. Among animals can be found along the stream are eagle , kingfisher , monkey , buffalo.

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Stockholm & the Swedish Archipelago
8,40 CHF *
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The clean air, smelling of spruce and moss in the summer and of newly fallen snow in winter, is unforgettable in Sweden. Written by a full-time resident, this is the definitive guide to Stockholm and the beautiful archipelago close by. There are cities we visit for their stunning beauty, others for their cultural offerings, and still others for their cuisine and fashionable bars. And then there is Stockholm, a striking, vibrant city with historic charm situated where lake Mälaren begins to mix with the Baltic Sea. Its waters are so clean that you can go swimming or fishing anywhere, even in the heart of city. This beautiful city is spread out over 14 islands that are tied together with a filigree of deep blue waterways, artsy tunnels, pedestrian-friendly bridges and emerald-green park land. There is a fascinating mix of architectural styles, ranging from medieval, to Renaissance and fin de siècle pomp - in shades of yellow and burnt ochre, with soft greens and every hue of brown - and finally to an almost brutal modernism. In this 750-year-old city, high-rise buildings made of glass and concrete share the skyline with historic ornate towers, turrets, church spires and patina rooftops, all in a workable blend. Today's multi-ethnic Stockholm boasts 70 museums, 100 art galleries, over 100 slott (castles, palaces and manor houses). There are some 1,500 restaurants, many of which are run by award-winning chefs and, for a city with a relatively short summer season, an amazing number of establishments with outdoor seating. If this is not enough to entice visitors, there is an added attraction: the unique and amazingly beautiful archipelago, consisting of 24,000 islands and islets (called skerrets) only 25 minutes from the city center. One third of Stockholm is water, with Gamla Stan as a divider between Lake Mälaren and Lake Saltsjön, which leads out to the archipelago and the Baltic Sea. The narrow waterways in between the small and large islands are perfect for leisurely paddling a rented kayak or canoe. And for a unique fishing expedition, just place yourself on a pretty city bridge, fishing pole in hand, and look down into the clear, sparkling and pollution-free city waters. Fishing has been allowed here since the 15th century and today, in a most unusual fishing environment, perch, pike, trout, salmon and some additional 25 varieties of fish are thriving. Art, culture, folklore, shopping, walks, water sports and more. Each book offers an ideal mix of practical travel info along with activities. And the fun is for everyone, no matter what their age or ability. Comprehensive background information - history, culture, geography and climate - gives you a solid knowledge of each destination and its people. Regional chapters take you on an introductory tour, with stops at museums, historic sites and local attractions. Places to stay and eat; transportation to, from and around your destination; practical concerns; tourism contacts - it's all here! Detailed regional and town maps feature walking and driving tours. Then come the adventures - fishing, canoeing, hiking, rafting, llama trips and more. Never galloped along a beach on horseback, trekked up a mountain, explored ancient sites? Adventure Guides include extensive lists of recommended outfitters, with all contact details - e-mail, website, phone number and location.

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Stand: 15.07.2020
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Stockholm & the Swedish Archipelago
6,99 € *
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The clean air, smelling of spruce and moss in the summer and of newly fallen snow in winter, is unforgettable in Sweden. Written by a full-time resident, this is the definitive guide to Stockholm and the beautiful archipelago close by. There are cities we visit for their stunning beauty, others for their cultural offerings, and still others for their cuisine and fashionable bars. And then there is Stockholm, a striking, vibrant city with historic charm situated where lake Mälaren begins to mix with the Baltic Sea. Its waters are so clean that you can go swimming or fishing anywhere, even in the heart of city. This beautiful city is spread out over 14 islands that are tied together with a filigree of deep blue waterways, artsy tunnels, pedestrian-friendly bridges and emerald-green park land. There is a fascinating mix of architectural styles, ranging from medieval, to Renaissance and fin de siècle pomp - in shades of yellow and burnt ochre, with soft greens and every hue of brown - and finally to an almost brutal modernism. In this 750-year-old city, high-rise buildings made of glass and concrete share the skyline with historic ornate towers, turrets, church spires and patina rooftops, all in a workable blend. Today's multi-ethnic Stockholm boasts 70 museums, 100 art galleries, over 100 slott (castles, palaces and manor houses). There are some 1,500 restaurants, many of which are run by award-winning chefs and, for a city with a relatively short summer season, an amazing number of establishments with outdoor seating. If this is not enough to entice visitors, there is an added attraction: the unique and amazingly beautiful archipelago, consisting of 24,000 islands and islets (called skerrets) only 25 minutes from the city center. One third of Stockholm is water, with Gamla Stan as a divider between Lake Mälaren and Lake Saltsjön, which leads out to the archipelago and the Baltic Sea. The narrow waterways in between the small and large islands are perfect for leisurely paddling a rented kayak or canoe. And for a unique fishing expedition, just place yourself on a pretty city bridge, fishing pole in hand, and look down into the clear, sparkling and pollution-free city waters. Fishing has been allowed here since the 15th century and today, in a most unusual fishing environment, perch, pike, trout, salmon and some additional 25 varieties of fish are thriving. Art, culture, folklore, shopping, walks, water sports and more. Each book offers an ideal mix of practical travel info along with activities. And the fun is for everyone, no matter what their age or ability. Comprehensive background information - history, culture, geography and climate - gives you a solid knowledge of each destination and its people. Regional chapters take you on an introductory tour, with stops at museums, historic sites and local attractions. Places to stay and eat; transportation to, from and around your destination; practical concerns; tourism contacts - it's all here! Detailed regional and town maps feature walking and driving tours. Then come the adventures - fishing, canoeing, hiking, rafting, llama trips and more. Never galloped along a beach on horseback, trekked up a mountain, explored ancient sites? Adventure Guides include extensive lists of recommended outfitters, with all contact details - e-mail, website, phone number and location.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 15.07.2020
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