Lokrum Island and City Walls Kayak TourIf you want to break from the busy streets of Dubrovnik you must experience our SEA KAYAK TOUR of Dubrovnik city walls, Island of Lokrum, snorkeling and swimming in crystal clear Adriatic sea. Padle around city walls, Lokrum island and enjoy beautifull scenery.
This war island kayak tour takes place around Great War Island, a nature protected area in the center of Belgrade. The contrast of wilderness and urban ambiance makes this adventure a special one and embeds it deep in the memory. The tour around Great War island is organized for private groups and includes a brief on Lido Beach, a visit to Veliki Galijas canal, as well as rowing and spending time on the Danube and Sava rivers. Minimum number per booking 1 person.
Without a doubt, the Aquafari Culebra is one of our most impressive excursions with the clearest waters, pristine beaches and a variety of sea life that will amaze! Paddle your way along Puerto Rico’s kayaking and snorkeling mecca: the world famous waters and white sand coastlines of Culebra Island.IMPORTANT: • This offer is for guests staying on Culebra. If you are staying on the mainland of Puerto Rico, search our offer "Culebra Island Kayak and Snorkel Adventure from Fajardo". • If this excursion doesn't fit your schedule, please check our "Culebra Island Kayak and Snorkel Afternoon Adventure".
Welcome to Kayak tour at Juan Venado Island.Juan Venado island is located only 22 kilometers distance from Leon, just off the coast in front of a small fishermen village called Las peñitas.The island lies very close to the coast and is practically nothing more than a thin, long strip of sand. Nature, however, is spectacular.Between the island and the coast grows a mangrove forest, which houses tons of birds. Furthermore, baby crocodiles live in the water as well as lots of crabs and other crustaceans. It's great to take a boat or kayak and cruise through the forest. There are small, curvy waterways you can browse through, with egrets and other birds around every corner.
The most popular kayak trip of the Amelia Island area! Our guided tour of this black water creek is a beautiful way to experience the nature of the real Florida. Perfect for beginners yet a gorgeous paddle for even the experienced kayaker, you will be guided through a forested black water tributary of Amelia Island, teeming with wildlife, flora and fauna. Experience easy, calm, lush botanical beauty while kayaking this popular black water creek (near Amelia Island) on this 2-hour guided tour. As you paddle the placid waters, view botanical black creek, fish jumping, and birds singing in the overhead canopy of Southern Live Oak and Cypress. The gentle waters are great for beginners. Kayak, paddle, and life vest are included!
This is a guided adventure with an experienced kayak instructor/ tour guide. All of your equipment is provided as well as brief instruction on kayaking. The equipment is safe, and the tour is fun for beginners as well as experienced paddlers.The views are incredible along the edge of the Island, and the sunsets are amazing.Every tour is unique, interesting and an adventure.
A sea kayak tour around Kabushima Island, a breeding ground for black-tailed gullsRide the calm waves to enjoy scenery that can only be seen from a sea kayak!
Explore the beauty of the Southern Great Barrier Reef with GKI Adventures guided kayak tour up the peaceful & tranquil Leekes Creek. Jump aboard Keppel Konnections for a 30 minute ferry journey to the magnificent Great Keppel Island. Experience GKI Adventures local history as you kayak up a salt water creek with rich white European settlers history. Listen to stories and anecdotes around the naming of the creek and once you reach land, explore the Shearing Shed & the Heritage listed Homestead with a historical walk.
Come explore the landmark of the Auckland region and see Auckland city from another perspective. You kayak across the Waitemata harbour, meaning 'sparkling waters', where you may see wildlife such as Little Blue Penguins and Cooks Petrels. On arrival at Rangitoto Island, which is the largest and youngest of Auckland's volcanoes, you will start the leisurely 1 hour walk to the summit. Walking up the pohutukawa-cloaked island gives you the chance to explore the baked scoria rocks which support over 200 different native trees and flowering plants. Upon reaching the top you will be treated to the finest 360 degree views that the Auckland region has to offer.