|Kvitsøy (1 Apr 2018 - 1 Sept 2018)|
|Monday - Sunday||09:00||- 16:00|
KAYAK AND HIKING AT KVITSOY
Join us doing kayaking and hiking at Kvitsøy.
Kvitsøy is an island municipality in Rogaland county, Norway. At only 6.29-square-kilometre (2.43 sq mi), it is the smallest municipality in Norway by area. Kvitsøy is located in the traditional district of Ryfylke.
The main exhibition deals with the story of the lobster, fishing lobsters and trading with them. Kvitsøy has long been known as a center for lobster fishing, but local fishermen also fish for herrings, sardines and shrimp. The sea has always been of fundamental importance for the settlement on Kvitsøy.
KAYAK AND HIKING AT KVITSOY
A full day kayak at Kvitsøy include a lot of adventures:
Kayaking around some of the islands 365 small islands
A tower visit
A short hiking tour in wild nature
A open fjord cruise
The tour begins with a ferry from Mekjarvik at to Kvitsoy. After a short safety brief, we will take you a very nice and beautiful tour between some of Kvitsøys 365 islands. The tour is perfect for all types of paddlers, we just adapt the level. The tour is perfect for all types of paddlers, we just adapt the level.
Time schedule (Monday-Friday)
08.00: The guide will meet you outside Stavanger touristinformation. Bus or by car to Mekjarvik, 20 minutes
08.55: Ferry to Kvitsøy, 40 minutes.
10.00: After a short safety brief, we will take you at a very nice and beautiful tour between some of Kvitsøys 365 islands. 2 hours guided kayak trip.
12.00: Lunch, a nice sandwich lunch
13.00: A guided tour around the Island. We go along a track very close to the ocean. Panorama view.
16.10: Ferry back to Mekjarvik and Stavanger city center.
The tour is perfect for all types of paddlers, we just adapt the level.
This trip is only for groups from 5-15 participants. Book at www.rogalandaktiv.no
A nice open- fjord cruise
5 hours kayking and hiking at Kvitsøy
Transport and guiding
All gear and equipment (drysuit and neoprene)
All food (hot meal) and drinks
What to bring:
Outdoors clothes (wind and wetproof
Camera, sunblock, sunglases.
|Ticket Type||Ticket Tariff|
|Group of 5||NOK 12,000.- package price|
Note: Prices are a guide only and may change on a daily basis.
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