In colder months, we start our kayak tours in the warmest part of the day. During the warmer moths, we start as early as possible, as the wind is typically calmer in the morning and builds as the day warms up.
The shallow protected waters on the back side of Mustang Island offer pristine marsh habitat filled with birds and wildlife.
Start in an island canal community and paddle out to uninhabited islands with miles of watery passageways to explore. Lots of areas for swimming.
Explore the fresh water Nueces River near Corpus Christi, launching at Hazel Bazemore Park, an area known for bird watching.
Paddle through black mangroves along a "Texas Paddling Trail" to reach an historic lighthouse near Port Aransas.
Watching the sun set over Nueces Bay near North Beach is a peaceful way to end the day. See birds, a stone lighthouse and keep an eye out for dolphins.
Circumnavigate this historic US Navy aircraft carrier, the USS Lexington. Watch ships sail out of the port and look for dolphins.
Ideal spot to learn kayaking skills. Paddle along the beach to see the USS Lexington, the Texas State Aquarium and (sometimes) dolphins.
Paddle beside a fleet of sailboats and the towering buildings of Downtown Corpus Christ, then cross the bay to end on North Beach.
Protected area near Portland perfect for learning paddling skills, offering a deeper channel along with shallow wetland areas.
These newly made islands have created a large area of fish and bird habitat just off Hwy 181 near Portland, Texas that is good for birding or fishing.