Imagine gliding on crystal clear water in a sea kayak through a landscape of pink granite mountains, sandy white beaches and blue waters so clear you feel you can touch the marine life below. Make this a reality on this Freycinet kayak experience!
Your experience starts with a short safety briefing and demonstration of the paddling skills that you will quickly master before heading out on onto the water in stable, double kayaks.
Then it's off to enjoy the unique perspective that sea kayaking offers! Sea kayaks will allow you to slowly explore this spectacular coastline of Coles Bay beneath the Hazards range. You will pass quietly by wildlife and perhaps see a majestic eagle as it soars above.
The guides love this beautiful part of the world and look forward to sharing its natural and cultural stories. Discover the history of secluded coves such as Honeymoon Bay, hear tales of French explorers and learn about the ancient culture of the Oyster Bay tribe.
The waters of the Freycinet Peninsula are crystal clear, giving you a glimpse into the stunning underwater world as you glide over reefs and sea grass beds. Pause midway at a pristine beach to enjoy a morning or afternoon tea of fresh brewed coffee and cake before continuing the journey around Coles Bay.
Once this experience has been confirmed changes are at the discretion of the experience provider and arranged directly with them according to their policy.
This tour has a minimum of two and a maximum of 12 participants. Tours are undertaken in stable double kayaks to cater for all levels of experience and ability. Single bookings are welcome, you will share a kayak with a guide or another participant.
As this experience operate in the outdoors, adverse weather conditions in particular wind and sea breeze, may affect this adventure. In the case of unsuitable weather, the provider may alter the tour route to suit the conditions and may paddle in an alternative location in the local area.
Comfortable, casual clothing such as shorts and a t-shirt together with suitable beach footwear such as sandals or trainers. Bring a hat, sunglasses, sunscreen and a water bottle. A warm fleece and spray jacket are provided, together with all paddling equipment and a dry bag for personal items.
This experience takes place in Freycinet National Park, TAS.