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Discover Ieranto Bay
30,00 € *
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It's an integrated guided tour in collaboration with Marea Outdoors Association: an eco-friendly way to discover the beauties of the Bay of Ieranto. We meet in Nerano at 09:00 at the beginining of the path and we walk togeter to Ieranto Bay for 45 minutes. After a short brief about the marine ecosystem of the bay and the use of the kayak and snorkle, we will start our tour in the sea that takes 2 hours and half. Paddling in the bay you will be able to admire the amazing view of Punta Campanella and Capri's faraglioni in the distance.You will explore caves, the multicolour reefs and the underwater world of posidonia meadows and the wide variety of fishes and plants.Around 1 pm we will back to the starting point or if you can spend your afternoon at the bay and go back to Nerano on your own.In summer it's possibile to integrate the tour with in-depth studies of marine biology with researchers and guides.

Anbieter: Viator – Ein Trip...
Stand: 30.05.2020
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Contributions to kayak studies
10,99 € *
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Contributions to kayak studies ab 10.99 EURO

Anbieter: ebook.de
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Roger Lagasse
34,00 € *
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Roger Lagassé is a district principal for aboriginal education, librarian, [[teacher and author. He co-authored several French children's books published by Éditions des Plaines in Manitoba, Canada: la Petite jument blanche, 1981, Le Sorcier, 1986, Tit-Jean l'intrépide, 1993. In 1990 he paddled a single kayak from Sechelt to Nanaimo, BC in the Save Georgia Strait Marathon to bring attention to environmental and nuclear weapons issues. He also helped establish Tetrahedron Provincial Park and Spipiyus Provincial Park and, as part of the Friends of Caren, helped find the first active marbled murrelet nest in Canada. Lagassé also planned and taught a Francophone public school online course in BC First Nations Studies for secondary school students in British Columbia starting in 2007.

Anbieter: Dodax
Stand: 30.05.2020
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Canoe Crossings
26,90 CHF *
zzgl. 3,50 CHF Versand

'A comprehensive and well-informed review of canoeing and kayaking in British Columbia.' --BC Studies Often called one of the Seven Wonders of Canada, the canoe has played a particularly important role in British Columbia. This seemingly simple watercraft allowed coastal First Nations to hunt on the open ocean and early explorers to travel the province's many waterways. Always at the crossroads of canoe culture, BC today is home to innovative artists and designers who have rediscovered ancient canoe-building techniques, as well as community leaders who see the canoe's potential to bring people together in exciting, inspiring ways. The story of Canoe Crossings begins some fifteen thousand years ago, when, as compelling new evidence suggests, the first humans to reach the Americas did so by canoe down the West Coast. It continues through the centuries, chronicling the evolution of the canoe and its impact on the various people who used it to explore, hunt, trade, fight, race, create, and even heal. The book contains dozens of stories of colourful, passionate people who have contributed to the province's canoe culture, including a teenager who lived ninety feet up in a tree house while designing and building the world's longest kayak; a group of high school students who practised on a tiny lake and went on to win several World Dragon Boat Championships; and at-risk Aboriginal youth who reconnected with their traditional culture through annual 'big canoe' trips. Canoe Crossings will appeal to anyone who has ever sought adventure, found solace, or seen beauty in a canoe or wondered about the origins of its design and use in British Columbia and beyond.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 30.05.2020
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Canoe Crossings
19,99 € *
zzgl. 3,00 € Versand

'A comprehensive and well-informed review of canoeing and kayaking in British Columbia.' --BC Studies Often called one of the Seven Wonders of Canada, the canoe has played a particularly important role in British Columbia. This seemingly simple watercraft allowed coastal First Nations to hunt on the open ocean and early explorers to travel the province's many waterways. Always at the crossroads of canoe culture, BC today is home to innovative artists and designers who have rediscovered ancient canoe-building techniques, as well as community leaders who see the canoe's potential to bring people together in exciting, inspiring ways. The story of Canoe Crossings begins some fifteen thousand years ago, when, as compelling new evidence suggests, the first humans to reach the Americas did so by canoe down the West Coast. It continues through the centuries, chronicling the evolution of the canoe and its impact on the various people who used it to explore, hunt, trade, fight, race, create, and even heal. The book contains dozens of stories of colourful, passionate people who have contributed to the province's canoe culture, including a teenager who lived ninety feet up in a tree house while designing and building the world's longest kayak; a group of high school students who practised on a tiny lake and went on to win several World Dragon Boat Championships; and at-risk Aboriginal youth who reconnected with their traditional culture through annual 'big canoe' trips. Canoe Crossings will appeal to anyone who has ever sought adventure, found solace, or seen beauty in a canoe or wondered about the origins of its design and use in British Columbia and beyond.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 30.05.2020
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