Antarctica. Indonesia. British Columbia. Kauai. And several other destinations stretching all corners of the globe. Here's a look at 8 paddling trips that span the world and will stretch your imagination.
This is your chance to experience Antarctica as one of just 5 guests aboard a thoroughbred sailing yacht, where you will be wowed by the spectacular scenery and amazing wildlife of one of the last wildernesses on earth.
An expedition to Antarctica to see its dazzling landscapes and plentiful wildlife should be on everyone’s “to-do” list, but to do it while steering your own kayak – simply beats them all!
This is a real ‘hands on’ expedition and everyone will need to be active in making the trip work. All tasks aboard are shared including: sailing, helming, anchoring, even cooking and domestic duties….. You can always opt for the barbecue!
Location - 4 hours north of Toronto, ON
3 and 6-day all inclusive canoe adventures into the Algonquin Park wilderness in Ontario. Round trip transportation from Toronto available.
Experience the awesome beauty and wildlife of the world renowned Algonquin Park wilderness. Trip led by Level 3 ORCA Wilderness Guides
You'll need only your clothes and sleeping bag. Everything else is supplied including Kevlar canoes, tents, food and safety equipment.
Location - 1 Hour Northwest of Vancouver
This 6 Day tour launches from Rebecca Spit Provincial Park on Canada's West Coast and explores the remote channels of the Discovery Islands.
Wildlife is in abundance as the islands are home to sea lions, humpback whales, seals, pacific white sided dolphins, and otters.
Included in National Geographic Canada’s 50 Places of a Lifetime, the Discovery Islands are a kayaker’s paradise.
Paddlers on the Raja Ampat Paddling Odyssey explore the islands in their trusty kayaks and when not camping, spend four nights staying in homestays, getting to know the locals.
You'll stay in air-conditioned private cabins on a traditional sailing vessel and explore the islands by kayak, visiting areas, quite possibly, where no others have paddled before.
You’ll travel a little further into the islands and explore the best paddling and snorkeling locations on offer. Be prepared for amazing adventures not only in your kayak but also with mask and snorkel, discovering the real-life tropical aquarium that is Raja Ampat!
Marvel at sea caves, plunging waterfalls, hanging valleys and secluded beaches. Paddle beyond the verdant valley of Kalalau, past the arches of Honopu, and into the azure waters of a volcanic sea cave. Encounter Dolphins, tropical birds and upon occasion, the elusive Monk Seal.
Carve a paddle through the still blue waters while surrounded by hills cloaked in a blaze of red, yellow and orange folliage. Visit a birch bark canoe builder. Stay in luxury and enjoy fine dining at the Heather Lodge.
This tropical marine park and UN world heritage site is located fifty-five miles off the shore of the Belize mainland. You’ll have a choice of several guided reef activities, including special paddling and snorkeling excursions. Visit ‘the Aquarium’, Jacques Cousteau’s legendary Blue Hole, or quietly observe a nesting colony of 4000 red-footed birds.
This trip takes you to a Europe that few people know. It's a European paradise with its Mediterranean climate, mesmerizing azure water, and sandy beaches. It will take you from Croatia to Montenegro to finally Albania.
Paddling to the Angel Fall
Southern Exuma Cays Expedition
by Spirit of the West
Statue of Liberty Kayak Tour
by Kayak East LLC
Family Canoeing: Nisutlin River
by Ruby Range Adventures
Italy's Lake Maggiore
by Go Kayaking Tours
Iceland and Greenland Expedition
by Southern Sea Ventures
Alligators and Orchids Eco Tour
by Everglades Area Tours
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