Wanaka Kayaking Day Tour

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Highlights & inclusions

Summer seasonality: November to April
Winter seasonality: July to October
No necessary experience with the easy paddle pace
Experienced guide with added commentary
Absorb the tranquility and feel energetically rejuvenated
Minimum of 4 Adults required to book

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Tue, Apr 16, 2024

What you can expect

Head out onto the water of Lake Wanaka in the Otago region with a guided kayaking tour. This popular Tiki Tour will see you climb into a kayak to spend half the day paddling around the scenic lake taking in all of the region's best sights. Ideal for for all types of travellers, including those visiting with children, this tour features around 8 to 10 kilometres of easy paddling meaning you won't be overly exhausted by the end of the tour. Travelling along the Lake Wanaka coastline this tour is perfect for those looking to explore the region, have some fun and take some incredible photos. No experience is required for kayakers and an experienced guide will be on hand to help you whenever you need. Complete with all necessary safety equipment and training, light snacks and refreshments to enjoy during the journey and the choice of a 15-minute peninsula or island walk, this is the ultimate water-based adventure in the beautiful town of Wanaka. This guided tour operates in all weather conditions twice a day at 9am and 1pm and includes pick-ups within Wanaka. All paddlers are asked to bring some bottled water, swimmers and a towel and a change of clothes in case you're one of the few that manage to capsize. If you're looking to explore the beautiful Wanaka region then this is one of the best ways to do so, you can book your guided kayaking Tiki Tour here and get your camera ready for some incredible shots.

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What you need to know

Inclusions
  • Kayak and paddle
  • Life vest
  • Knowledgeable tour guide
  • Light snacks and refreshments
  • Water taxi ride home
  • Optional 15 minute peninsula or island walk
Highlights
  • Enjoy a leisurely half day kayaking tour on Lake Wanaka, a fabulous introduction to the area
  • The included transfer form your Wanaka accommodation is simply an extra touch on top of an unforgettable experience
  • On arrival to Lake Wanaka get matched with your trusty kayak for an active yet pleasurable kayaking tour
  • Listen to the added commentary from an experienced guide and take in the breathtaking landscapes
  • Witness the Southern Alps and the magical glaciers which surround Lake Wanaka
  • Absorb the tranquility and feel energetically rejuvenated in a way only nature can offer
Seasons
  • Operates December 1 – February 30 annually
Duration
  • Please allow a half day for this experience
Location
  • 151-153 Ardmore Street, Beach Front, Wanaka 9305
What To Bring
  • Bottled water
  • A change of clothing as sometimes clothing can get damp or the rare event of a capsized kayak
  • Swimmers and towel
  • Sun screen and insect repellent
  • Please wear comfortable non restrictive clothing, these may get damp
  • Optional wind and waterproof jacket in cooler months
  • Open shoes: sandles/jandals/thongs/flip flops
  • non-restrictive clothing
  • Mobile phone
  • Camera
Additional Information
  • This experience requires a minimum of 4x Adults to book
Booking Information
  • Confirmation in the form of a tour voucher will be received at time of booking
  • Upon completion of purchase, please print the voucher and present on day of the experience
  • For your information, complete Tour Operator Information including contact details is included on your tour voucher

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From $247.48
$242.54AUD
or 4 x $60.64 with more info
Free cancellation up to 48 hours prior to experience
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