Evening Cruise Kayak Tour

from $93.95

Minimum age 10 years
Season May-August
Tour runs Wed-Sat

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Experience False Creek’s beautiful shoreline as the sun sets over Vancouver. False Creek borders some of Vancouver’s busiest shore side neighborhoods, from chic Yaletown to Granville Island.
Your experienced guide will tour you through the new and exciting developments, while providing a glimpse into the history of beautiful city. This Kayak Tour is a great way to get out on the water just before sunset and enjoy the outdoors. Watch the sun go down and continue paddling while lighting up the waters. In the evening, the water is generally calm, the city is relaxed and this Evening Cruise Kayak experience is a perfect way to end the day!

Tour highlights:
– A guided evening kayak tour around False Creek shoreline
– Experience spectacular views of the city and surrounding area
– Watch the sunset from the water

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The listed price includes the booking fees, trip protection and conservation fee collected by the Experience Provider.

Minimum age: 10 years old.
Any paddlers 15 years of age and under must be in the front cockpit of a double kayak with someone who is at least 19 years of age in the back.
Duration: 2.5 hours.
Season: May-August.
Schedule: Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, departure at 5:00 pm.
Check-in is 30 minutes prior to the booked tour start time.
Tour runs rain or shine unless the weather conditions are unsafe.
No experience required, however you must be an experienced kayaker and be able to demonstrate a satisfactory solo rescue if you want to be in a single kayak.
All participants must be able to swim on their own and expect to be in a deep water.
Must sign a waver prior the tour start.
Your tour includes:
– A guided evening kayak tour of False Creek area in Vancouver,
– All necessary equipment,
– Life jacket.

Information on how to book your experience will be provided in your experience voucher.

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