Get out and about on one of the crystal clear lakes of Queenstown with a fantastic guided Kayak trip.
Kayaking is the perfect way to take in the sights and scenery of the Wakatipu basin, accompanied by an experienced guide to ensure you have a great safe day out with informative commentary.
Queenstown Sea Kayaks choose the location to suit the weather on any given day and you will be advised which trip is being made on the day.
Options can include:
Queenstown Bay to Sunshine Bay - taking in stunning views of the remarkables as well as Cecil and Walter peak . See ragged rock rooted native Rata with some of the most fascinating external tree roots this side of Ankor Wat.
12 Mile Delta - A short drive from Queenstown takes us to a very special area of Lake Wakatipu. See fossil evidence of were ancient oceans once resided and learn of early Maori and European history surrounded by stunning native bush and birdlife. Take time to walk the beaches and observe the historical lime kilns.
Moke Lake - 15 minutes from Queenstown Moke lake is set amongst alpine farm land and native bush. A popular place for swimming and picnicking and being such a sheltered place provides a fantastic option on days when the weather conditions aren't favourable on Lake Wakatipu.
Queenstown Bay to Kelving Height - Glide over the shores of Deer Parks Heights, made famous by the Lord of the Rings and towards the beautiful Kelvin Grove. Paddle to the mouth of the famous Kawarau River and watch the jet boats before exploring the scenic Willow 'Islands'.
Queenstown Bay to Jacks Point - Journey from the beautiful lake shore towards Queenstown Bay and the gardens. Take in the stunning scenery as you kayak around the point onto the Kelvin Heights golf course.
Queenstown Bay to Hidden Island - An outstanding trip for intermediate level kayakers where you can see the Earnslaw vessel and paddle to Hidden Island, invisible from Queenstown.
Pig & Pigeon Island Area - Visit two secluded and scenic islands located at the head of the lake. Enjoy the vast array of birdlife and the outstanding scenery that surrounds you.
Cecil Peak Farm to Table Bay - Experience a big open water crossing as you paddle across the lake from town and park up on the beaches favoured by the locals.
Provided: All Kayaking equipment and safety gear is provided.
You bring: Sun hat, sun screen, camera, swim wear and towel (summer), warm clothes, (you may get a little wet)
Minimum 2 bookings to confirm trips. Singles wait listed to be added to confirmed trip
Meeting point is 1 Mile Creek Carpark, Lake Esplande, Queenstown
We also offer FREE transport to an alternative kayaking location if weather conditions are better elsewhere
Please note Kayaking can be weather dependent where a trip is unable to go ahead due to the weather and you can't reschedule a full refund will be made. If you weigh more than 100kg, please make a note of this in the Special Requirements/Info box when booking
All prices for this activity are shown in NZD ($)
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