Hike it, Bike It, Kayak It. There are so many ways to explore the world. So many hidden places to explore. Venture out to some places only seen by water. Before the summer ends take some remarkable kayak adventures.
First stop Antarctica. Yes you can explore on foot, however so much more can be seen up close by kayak. Paddle your way through chunks of ice and icy waters to come in contact with all the amazing sea life such as sea lions, penguins, or even whales. A once in a lifetime experience. This kayak trip might need a warm base layer to keep you warm through the icebergs.
Go from freezing conditions to warm and dry. Travel through the everglades for a chance to see birds, gators, snakes, and plants that you wouldn’t be able to see by foot. Kayak is a must to get through these heavy overgrown muddy areas, besides you might now want to walk over some of the hidden dangers lurking beneath.
New Zealands, Lake McLaren lights up the night with amazing walls of fantastic glow from worms. Kayak at dusk so you can float down canals lit up by iridescent worms. Paddle through tight canals only reachable by kayak.
See a tropical landscape in Northern Queensland, Australia. The waters off of Cape Tribulation, which sits within Daintree, are part of the Great Barrier Reef, so paddlers here actually have two world-class eco-attractions to explore. Have sights of dolphins, sharks, sting rays, and sea turtles. This kayak trip is one not to miss.
North Queensland Australia
Looking for let’s say a 4000 foot cliff? Na Pali Coast, Kauai is a 17 mile stretch of beautiful water covered in cliffs, exotic flowers, and secluded beaches. Only other way to see this great scenery is by helicopter or plane.
Na Pali Coast
Try a new adventure, kick off your shoes and venture out by kayak. Explore hidden nature, paddling through the world’s canals, lakes, and rivers. You might miss the best moments.