The first time you sit in a kayak and waddle your backside enough so that you, and your kayak, can catch the first wave to carry you out to sea, you know this is something special. Sea kayaking is very different from river or lake kayaking, because this is the sea. It is unpredictable. And it opens up a whole new world to anyone who loves salty seascapes. And nearly anyone can do it too. You just need to sit in the kayak, paddle a bit and within minutes you are doing it.
Kayaking guides have some sort of condition. They are extreme lovers of life and they want to infect everyone they meet, so that they catch it too. And it works.
Most people in life like to look out to sea, but sea kayaking guides take in the landscape and all its complexities from the water. They are the keepers of secrets: secret beaches, secret islands, secret caves and they welcome people of all ages and skill levels. It is always worth the extra money to take a guided trip. Not just for safety, but for the secrets.
Sea kayaking takes place in all climates, in calm and choppy waters and all year round. Because you don’t need sun and silky waters to go with the flow in a kayak. You just need a sense of adventure.