Overnight sea kayaking tour
Explore the fjords and archipelagos by sea kayaking in the region of Tromsø, and spend a night camping out under the arctic sun. Beautiful scenery, wildlife, athmosphere and food is a promise.
The guide will pick you up in the early afternoon and transfer you to the starting point. Here you will be given all the gear you need for a night out in the arctic summer, including your sea kayaks and drysuits. A brief introduction to sea kayaking and safety will also be given before setting out to sea.
Together we load up the kayaks with our gear and set of on our own expedition. After a few hours of kayaking we will arrive at a chosen spot where we will be camping for the night. Most often a remote beach or island.
Here we raise our tents and lay out our sleeping bags, before lighting the fire and enjoy a welcomed meal. We purchase our food from local distributors, so fresh Halibut or Reindeer steaks are often on the meny as well as other local specialties. Bring your favorite bottle of wine.
The evening may be spent hiking a summit near the camp area or snorkling in your drysuits or heading out for a midnight sun experience in the kayaks.
Next morning, after a long breakfast, we repack our kayaks and spend the day exploring before arriving back in the afternoon.
Minimum booking of 2 persons, ages 12 years and up.
15. May – 15. September
Medium. If you find the idea of camping out exiting and enjoy being outdoors you will enjoy this tour.
Pick up/delivery point:
Radisson Blu Hotell, Tromsø
Pick up time and duration:
16:00PM – aprox. 16:00PM next day. Aprox 24hr duration.
What is included:
Transfer to and from the pick up point, aprox. 30 – 60 min. each way.
Kayaks, singles or double. Drysuit, paddle, gloves, boots and pfd.
Tent, sleeping bag, inflatable mat (a really good one), and all utensils needed for camping.
Dinner and breakfast/lunch day two + snacks in between.
Headlamp if needed.
Photos from tour.
Smart things to bring:
Long sleeve base layer, like wool or fleece to wear underneath outer layer. Inklude a change for this overnight tour.
Windbreaker and good pants to wear in camp.
Sneakers or hiking shoes (preferably waterproof).
Warm sweater or a fleece jacket/jumper.
Hat/beanie and thin gloves.
Sunglasses and sunscreen.
NB! Remember to fully charge the batteries for your camera as the cold quickly drains them of power. Bring spares if you have.