Kayaking & Canoeing

Canoes and kayaks provide some of the most unobtrusive and inspirational means of exploring wilderness areas of coast, rivers, mangroves and lakes. The only disturbance you bring is the sound of a paddle and the ripple of the water you float in, which makes for a closer encounter with wildlife than is possible on foot. A canoe can also allow you access to habitats and open water that you could not reach by any other means.

We have created opportunities for wilderness exploration by canoe and sea kayak in some of the world's greatest natural areas. In the Tropics these include the flooded forests of the Amazon, the Galapagos Islands, Botswana, Nicaragua, Costa Rica and the Seychelles.

We also operate kayaking in the Polar Regions of the Arctic Spitsbergen, Iceland the Antarctic Peninsula, South Georgia and the Falklands.

We can incorporate canoeing and kayaking as much or as little as you wish. For example, in Costa Rica's Tortuguero National Park we always offer the option to add a few hours gentle kayaking in the placid waters of the many water channels which bisect its wildlife rich forests. In the Amazon, we combine forest walks with the exploration small tributaries and oxbow lakes by dugout canoe.



  • Sea Kayaking in the Canadian Arctic off Baffin Island
  • Sea Kayaking in Baffin Island, Canada
  • Sit on Top Kayaking in Sian Ka'an Biosphere Reserve
  • Sea Kayaking in Mozambique 's Quirimbas Islands - Sailing Dhow Support Vessel
  • Wilderenss Camping and Kayaking in Iceland
  • Kayaking with a Penguin in Antarctica Wildlife Adventure
  • Canoe Safari amongst Flamingos in Arusha National Park, Tanzania
  • Kayaking along Glacier Front in Baffin Island, Arctic Canada
  • Kayak close to Iceberg in Antarctica
  • Sea Kayaking in the Galapagos, San Cristobal Island & Kicker Rock Leon Dormido
  • Pirogue Dugout Canoe in Madagascar
  • Summer Sea kayaking and Camping, Iceland
  • Sit on Top Kayak in the Galapagos Islands
  • Kayaking in Antarctica amongst Sea Ice & Icebergs
  • Canoeing in Mexico's Yucatan in search of Spider monkeys and Birdlife
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