Looking to escape on an exciting adventure? Adventure goers should consider going on a kayaking trip which will challenge your endurance and allow you to see beautiful natural scenery. Here are some kayaking trips for you to consider taking and see the great outdoors.
Created in 1993, the Maine Island Trail was the first water trail created in the United States and runs through Acadia National Park. Here you have the opportunity to see some of the most scenic parts of Maine’s over 3,000 miles of coastline with helpful points of departure and campsites throughout the trail.
Maine Island Trail
Dividing Vancouver Island from mainland Canada is the Johnstone Strait, a 25 mile long and 2.5 mile wide water passage. Traveling through the strait you will encounter islands, estuaries and inlets but its particularly known for the opportunity to kayak amongst orcas. Home to the Robson Bight Ecological Reserve, whose mission is to protect killer whale habitats, it is one of the best places in the world to see killer whales as well as seals, dolphins and eagles.
With over 27% of all of Costa Rica declared protected land, there are numerous opportunities for outdoor activities. But its especially good for kayaking with over 600 miles of coastline for adventure junkies to discover. Manuel Antonio National Park is a great place for sea kayaking with crystal blue waters, white sand beaches and rocky inlets as well as areas to discover the dense jungle and forests.
Manuel Antonio National Park
With nearly 40,000 acres to discover by kayak, this park in New Zealand is a kayaker’s dream. It is common for those on paddlecraft to spend days on the journey and camp on the bountiful sand beaches. In addition to regional wildlife, you will be in awe by the region’s gorgeous mountainous landscapes.
Abel Tasman National Park
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