Self-Guided Sydney Middle Harbour Kayak Tour by Deluxe Double Kayak

Self-Guided Sydney Middle Harbour Kayak Tour by Deluxe Double Kayak
Water Sports > Kayaking & Canoeing > Kayaking
$68.82
Duration: 3 hours
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Description

Paddling a double sea kayak is a fun and unique way to explore Sydney's Middle Harbour. Choose your own adventure, paddle to some of Sydney's most pristine beaches, get a glimpse out the heads to the Pacific Ocean, or glide past the lush bushland of the Garigal National Park while looking for wildlife in their natural environment. Double kayaks are nice and stable. The deluxe doubles are made of lightweight materials like fiberglass, Kevlar, or carbon fiber. Less weight means less resistance through the water, making them easier to paddle.

Your kayak adventure will begin at the Spit Bridge in Mosman on Sydney's north shore. Meet the friendly staff, sign in, listen to advice on the best trip routes for your kayaking session, be fitted with safety equipment (a PFD/life jacket) and a paddle, and be shown to your kayak. The staff will give you some tips on paddling technique, then adjust the foot pedals to help you steer, and finally launch you, allowing you to explore the beautiful waterways at your leisure. 

After your paddling session (of up to three-hours), you will return to the starting point, where the staff will greet you and help you disembark. A shower and change-room is located on site. A storage room and lockers are also available for you to stow your belongings safely while you're on the water.

Paddling a double sea kayak is a fun and unique way to explore Sydney's Middle Harbour. Choose your own adventure, paddle to some of Sydney's most pristine beaches, get a glimpse out the heads to the Pacific Ocean, or glide past the lush bushland of the Garigal National Park while looking for wildlife in their natural environment. Double kayaks are nice and stable. The deluxe doubles are made of lightweight materials like fiberglass, Kevlar, or carbon fiber. Less weight means less resistance through the water, making them easier to paddle.