The Greek Kayak Experience – Yacht Base Accommodation

NEW – The Greek Kayak Experience

Yacht base accommodation


This Greece kayak holiday is also suitable for spouses/partners who do not kayak, but may prefer snorkeling, island tours and relaxing on the beach or on the yacht.
We will be staying on a modern sailing yacht with luxurious accommodations, air-conditioned cabins, a large deck and fabulous crew.
Each day we will visit a different island or will “island hop” while the yacht remains close at our disposal to serve our every need.

Greece is the ideal trip for first-time paddlers, and the perfect place for a kayaking vacation. Many have done this trip again and again. When paddling, you get a little of everything. Weaving through rocks, caves and along cliffs, crossing from island to island in the open sea, paddling in peaceful crystal-clear water, as well as challenging seas, with wind and waves. And in between: Hiking on goat trails in the hills to a monastery, to a village with its local taverna, or swimming, snorkeling and taking a lazy afternoon nap in a hidden cove. The day ends with a culinary adventure at one of the island’s restaurants.

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Cross Dodecanese Challenge

Cross Dodecanese Challenge – Samos to Kalymnos


During this exceptional expedition, we’ll explore the mountainous isle of Samos, one of Greece’s most spectacular islands. then cross open sea to the Fourni groups of isles, where time stands still and authentic Greece awaits us.

From Fourni we’ll challenge our self in a 25 k”m crossing to the tiny secluded islands Arki and Marathi. After a night rest we will continue paddling through Lipsi Isle to Leros Isle.

Our last paddling day will take us along the isolated east coast of Kalymnos isle.

We’ll paddle average of 35 km per day crossing from island to island in the open sea, paddling in peaceful crystal-clear water, as well as challenging seas, with wind and waves. Sleeping in guestrooms in the villages.
And of course we’ll visit the taverns to sample the famous local cuisine washed down with fine wine.


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Seychelles

Seychelles – paddling in paradise


The Seychelles archipelago is described as “a string of pearls set in the azure waters of the Indian Ocean”. The bold colors of the coral reefs – turquoise, green and blue – and the crystal-clear waters enable you to watch the fish and sea turtles while kayaking.
The beaches are bright with clean, white sand, that yield to coconut trees and tropical forests. We will be staying on a modern sailing yacht with luxurious accommodations, air-conditioned cabins, a large deck, a fabulous crew and a local chef. 
We will begin each day with a morning paddling trip and will return for an indulgent lunch topped off with a siesta, after which we will head out for an afternoon paddle. Each day we will visit a different island or will “island hop” while the yacht remains close at our disposal to serve our every need. The paddling may be challenging at times, with swells and wind from the Indian Ocean. The water is warm and pleasant, and each island has a quiet side, protected from wind and waves.
This holiday is also suitable for spouses/partners who do not kayak, but may prefer scuba diving, snorkeling, island tours and relaxing on the beach or on the yacht.

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Greece

Classic Greek Adventure

September 15 – 22, 2017


Greece is the ideal trip for first-time paddlers, and the perfect place for a kayaking vacation. Many have done this trip again and again. When paddling, you get a little of everything. Weaving through rocks, caves and along cliffs, crossing from island to island in the open sea, paddling in peaceful crystal-clear water, as well as challenging seas, with wind and waves. And in between: Hiking on goat trails in the hills to a monastery, to a village with its local taverna, or swimming, snorkeling and taking a lazy afternoon nap in a hidden cove. The day ends with a culinary adventure at one of the island’s restaurants, or by the campfire on a remote beach. Sleeping accommodations are in hotel rooms or tents.


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