Otago Peninsula Kayaking


No experience is necessary to participate in this fun adventure as it’s suitable for young and old alike. You will receive an informative safety briefing, safety gear and other necessary equipment before beginning your sea-kayaking adventure along the coastal Otago Peninsula. Paddling through hidden coves and near scenic beaches, you will reach spectacular Taiaroa Head. Kayakers may experience sightings of the royal albatross, along with penguins, seals, and sea lions swimming in the water. Make sure to bring a change of clothes and note that all kayaks are doubles.
  • Tour Code

    PC3000

  • Location

    Dunedin - Port Chalmers

  • Activity Types

    Canoeing / Kayaking

  • Experience Types

    Beach & Water

  • Duration

    4 hours

  • Fitness Level

    Medium

  • Price

    Adult from $239.99
    Children (12 & under) from $219.99

  • Snack included!

Photography

We suggest a disposable/ waterproof camera.

Refreshments

You will be treated to a well-deserved hot drink and snack at the conclusion of your tour.

Special Notes

The kayaking itinerary may be altered without notice if inclement weather conditions are experienced. This tour is conducted in double sea kayaks and offers adventure suitable to those who are 10 years of age or older who are comfortable around water. Restriction: Passengers must be 10 years or older, and weigh less than 110 kgs Wildlife sightings cannot be guaranteed. Wear comfortable flat-soled shoes, clothing in preparation for exposure to the elements, and bring along a dry change of clothing in a day pack plus sunscreen, a towel and bottled water. All tour times are subject to changes. Please check your tickets which are issued when you get onboard for any amendments to tour departure times.

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