HIGHLIGHTS: Crane (Żuraw), Soldek Ship, Granary Island, Olowianka Island, Olowianka Footbridge, Radunia Canal, Motlawa River Embankment, The Polish Baltic Philharmonic, Gdansk Shipyard and Dead Vistula or Stone Lock and Old city moat depending on the water and wind conditions (total distance about 7 km)
MEETING PLACE: Gdansk Dokowa 1, Shipyard Area
Amazing kayak tour through the river Motlawa around two islands of Gdansk: Granary Island and Olowianka Island. Gdansk is quite uniquely located at the crossroads of sea and river routes, waterways of the Vistula river at the Baltic estuary, as well as the Radunia and Motlawa rivers. This had a significant impact on the city’s development. The daily living as shown in literature and drawings proves that water was the important element of the city’s life. It is important today to show Gdansk through its relation to water.
Kayak tour gives a different perspective on the historical value of the Main City. Paddling through the canals allows freedom to see places ferries cannot access. We will show you a completely different Gdansk to the one you’ve seen on land. Paddling in the city is a must for any visitor to Gdansk.
Our kayaking tours are beginners friendly as the techniques are easy to learn. We have both double and single kayaks that can be assigned accordingly at the beginning of the tour depending on skills and experience.
1-6 people €200 / group
7 and more people +€30 /person
Larger groups welcome! Please contact us for price.
We are a licensed tour operator registered under the number 10862 of the National Register of Touroperators and Agents. Member of Gdansk Tourist Organization.
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