Going Places: Tales from the road: Kayak touring
Ride along with Outside’s writers as they scour the globe for the ultimate in outdoor travel, noting the best sea-kayaking opportunities along the way. Fourteen trip ideas from the Outside files.
- Follow the velvety cliffs of Kauai’s Na Pali coast
- Day trip to uninhabited Mokolua Islands just off the over-inhabited Oahu coast
- Explore the coast of Molokai, Hawaii’s last unspoiled island
- Pacific Northwest
- Paddle a wildlife refuge at Orcas Island in the San Juan Islands north of Seattle
- The Gulf Islands of British Columbia offer 200 islets and protected channels
- Experience a seal’s-eye view of Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve
- The vast Kenai Fjords National Park presents a range of trip options
- In Prince William Sound it’s just you, the whales, and the glaciers
- Secluded beaches
- Massive dunes lend a coastal feel to Michigan’s Sleeping Bear Dunes lakeshore
- The palm-fringed beach of Santa Catalina Island is a slice of the tropics
- Float the salt-water marsh and lagoons of North Carolina’s Bear Island
- Tim Cahill goes sea kayaking in Baja, Mexico. Plus, access and resources information.
- Greece: a seven-day village-to-village paddle along Crete’s south shore
- British Virgin Islands: five days around Anegada, near Virgin Gorda
- Belize: four to 12 days island-hopping the Caribbean atolls and cays
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