Paddle in modern, stable double sea-kayaks equipped with steering rudders. Before you set out on the water, comprehensive safety and paddling briefings are given (support is ongoing from the guides throughout the tour). Information and interpretation on local history, geology, flora, and fauna is shared throughout the day.
As you paddle this remote fiord you will enjoy and experience awesome views of towering mountains and ice carved valleys with rain-forests clinging precariously on the steep sides. Waterfalls tumble down over the mountainsides (even more dramatic after or during heavy rain!). ‘Listen’ to the ‘Sounds of Silence’ and nature as you paddle in this landscape created by ice of many ages gone by.
Under towering Commander Peak, at the entrance to Hall Arm take time out for a lunch break with a complimentary cuppa (note: lunch is not provided). Feel the ever changing atmosphere and surroundings permeate into your being and take time to gather your thoughts and reflect on what really matters in life.
After refreshments continue your paddle into Hall Arm, the most sheltered, scenic and safe part of the fiord to continue your kayaking adventure. Explore the sheltered coves and shorelines to get really close to Nature. Your Doubtful Sound kayak concludes deep in Hall Arm in solitude with awesome views of Mount Danae towering to 1500 metres above you. Enjoy magnificent views of the valley beyond.
Explore a spectacular landscape created by ice of many ages gone by – at water level it is an overwhelming experience!!!