Designed for both men and women, this 4 day, 3 night “expedition style” trip is full of adventure bringing you a little further out into the cays…..approximately 48 km!
Navigating through mangroves, along a chain of cays and then over crystal clear turquoise blue shallow waters, you’ll see a variety of marine life including stingrays, starfish and sharks.
We’ll make camp on 3 different pristine beaches and visit an island or two populated with iguanas.
We’ll also visit a beach where you can sit and play and even feed the little piggies!
Paddle into a salt pond at high tide, visit a sandbar at low tide?
Watch the most incredible sunsets?
Paddle on iridescent waters unbelievable to your eyes unless you’ve seen it for yourself! Lose yourself here!
Kayaks, paddle, PFD & safety gear
Food & water while camping
Qualified & personable guides
Dinner at the Meet ‘n Greet (December 15)
Lunch at a restaurant on the last day of the trip
*please see list of recommended items to pack/bring
WHAT’S NOT INCLUDED:
Flights to Georgetown, Bahamas (GGT)
Insurances (medical, vehicle and/or trip cancellation/interruption)
Lodging in hotels
Food not included in kayak portion of the trip
Toiletries and personal items
Transportation on personal excursions
Tips & gratuities
December 16 – 19, 2014
ITINERARY (weather permitting):
December 16: Pick up at your accommodation where you are then taken to meet us. We’ll store your belongings, fit you in your kayak and distribute the rest of the gear. Then off we go to our put in location so we can depart on our trip. We’ll paddle through some mangroves as you get familiar with your kayak and simple paddle strokes. Then we’ll stop for lunch with breathtaking views and get frisky with a few iguanas. Onwards we’ll paddle, stop for a break at a sandbar then head over to one of the cays where we’ll set up our first nights camp.
December 17: We’ll break camp mid-morning and continue along the Brigantines just a little further where we’ll stop for lunch before heading across some open water to make camp at Norman’s Pond where you’ll experience the most breathtaking sunsets! Initially water is nice and shallow, so keep your eyes open for stingrays and turtles.
December 18: This day will have involve the most paddling as we head over to the island populated with iguanas. After a brief visit, we’ll make our way to the highest point in the Exuma chain for lunch. Then proceed to our last camp site of the trip.
December 19: A shorter day of paddling, we’ll head over to our last cay where you’ll have an opportunity to spend some time with a few little piggies! Then onto Great Exuma for a fantastic lunch where our shuttle back to our hotels awaits.
COST : $1489.99
No tax is calculated on this international trip.
Requires 40% deposit to secure your reservation.
Balance in FULL due September 30, 2014.
NOTE: Should you want to enjoy a trip that is women’s only with a bit more R&R time, then have a look at our “Bahama Mamas” trip a week earlier!
Looking forward to paddling with you!
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