Some of the best parts of Tasmania look even more beautiful from the water – forested banks of World Heritage rivers, offshore islands that are havens for wildlife, fluted cliffs towering 300 metres above the sea. There are few better ways to explore the Tasmanian coastline than in a sea kayak. The close proximity to nature that kayaks allow gives detailed insights into the environment both above and below the water.
Tasmania is made for kayaking and canoeing. Whether it is a gentle paddle along Hobart’s foreshore, a kayaking adventure in the heart of Tasmania’s remote southwest wilderness, or a journey at dusk along the spectacular Freycinet coast – Tasmania caters for all. there are numerous tour operators around Tasmania who make it easy to participate in kayaking without having to have your own kayak and associated gear.