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Kayak tour in Tallinn

19
May-August
3-4h
EST, ENG, GER

Pick a day and have a great kayaking time with us!

A harbour tour with a sea castle! Suitable for beginners as well as for experienced kayakers.

3-4 hour kayaking tour in Tallinn will offer a waterbird’s-eye view of Estonia’s capital and its „medievally modern” skyline, plus a slice of history, from its days as a major trading port in the Russian Empire to its prominence in the Danish era, and its more recent Soviet occupation.

As we paddle past 8 ports, with a collection of military vessels, we’ll get a glimpse of Peter the Great’s marine castle and Patarie – the seldom visited but infamous NKVD prison.

A welcome next stop will be Paljassaare Peninsula, with a walk on sandy Pikakari beach, Tallinn’s closest bird watching area. From there, we’ll paddle back to the city – enjoying the sweep of graceful architecture – towers, spires, and the onion dome of the Russian Orthodox cathedral –  that still punctuates the rapidly changing skyline.

Highlights

  • A waterbird’s-eye view of the Tallinn skyline
  • Historic old ports of Tallinn
  • Starting and return point an easy walk from Old Town
  • 9 ports

Tour starting point:  City center, next to Linnahall, an easy walk from the Old Town.

Duration

About 3-4 hours, with about 9 km of kayaking. In case of bad weather, the distance and the length of the trip may be changed.

Level

Easy. Suitable for beginners. No previous kayaking experience needed. Full briefing before the trip.

What’s included?

Double sea kayak and all equipment including life vest  (PFD) , spray jacket, waterproof sacks for personal items, paddle jacket, professional English speaking guide.

Things to bring

Extra clothes, water, snack, hat.

Price

1-8 person 400 EUR (+VAT)
Extra person 40 EUR (+VAT)

People are saying…

We did the trip and it was great. Thanks for organizing and thanks to Joosep for beeing a good guide. We enjoyed the paddling and the views to the city from the sea.

Sven Friedl