Kayak the Queen Charlotte Sounds

The intricate waterways of the Marlborough Sounds create a wonderland for sea kayakers. The Marlborough Sounds consists of 1500km of New Zealand coastline, so finding a corner to call your own in a sea kayak is not difficult. The wildlife is testimony to this magnificent environment with seals, dolphins and penguins a common sight. It is just waiting to be explored and there is no better way than by sea kayak.
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  • Duration

    4 hours

  • Price

    Adult from $199.99
    Children (12 & under) from $199.99


Photo opportunities abound! Underwater camera can be purchased on board your ship


Special Notes

This tour is conducted in double sea kayaks and offers adventure suitable to who are comfortable around water. Participants must be a minimum of 13 years old Wear comfortable flat-soled shoes, clothing in preparation for exposure to the elements, bring along a dry change of clothing in a day pack plus bio degradable sunscreen, a towel and bottled water All kayakers will be guided however a good level of fitness and mobility is needed, as you will be paddling for 2 hours, sometimes in breezy conditions requiring sustained strenuous exertion. Due to these physical requirements, this tour is not suitable for less physically capable guests No previous experience is necessary All gear is provided though dress for the weather Wildlife sightings are likely, but not guaranteed
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