DISCOVER STOCKHOLM CITY FROM THE WATER
*Price: 550 SEK per person*
*Available May – October*
Stockholm is lovingly known as “The Venice of the North” due to it being situated over 14 islands and linked by 57 bridges! There is water everywhere, so why not jump into one of our kayaks and discover this beautiful city from the water?!
- Fabulous vantage point for sightseeing in the city
- Feel the pulse of the city as it winds down for the day
- Use our easy to handle Prijon Kayaks
- Qualified English-speaking kayak guide
- Small groups
Our Kayak Dock is located right in the heart of the city, just 400m from our Adventure Café, so we start our kayaking tour in a prime location! All our kayak equipment is brand new and top of the range!
We have different departures times depending on the day.
All our kayak guides are local, qualified and experienced, so they will take time to run through some basic paddling techniques and safety information with you before you set off on your adventure. Our kayaking tours have an easy tempo to suit all abilities; many persons who paddle with us have no previous experience, and the techniques are easy to learn.
You will enjoy a leisurely sightseeing paddle that will allow you a fabulous vantage point as you look in on the city from your kayak. You’ll feel the pulse of the city from a very different perspective! hroughout the tour your guide will regale you with stories and offer insights into local customs, history, culture, and lifestyle.
Paddling in the city is a must for any visitor to Stockholm!
You should be able to swim to join the tour.
The tour will take place in all weathers unless the guide believes it to be unsafe. Please dress appropriately.
Book directly with us
- INSTANT CONFIRMATION!
- NO booking fees.
- NO cancellation fees (cancel up to 24h in advance for a full refund).
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Our Dock is just 400m from our Adventure Cafe. The closest street address is Pipersgatan 45 (from there you need to walk 75m to the left and toward the water).