We transfer with RIB from Laukvik on Senja to Sommarøy, which is world class for sea kayaking. Locally known guides will takes you around Sommarøya's skerries.
Paddling is one of the finest ways to experience nature, one moves at a leisurely pace and gets close to the maritime wildlife that exists; otters, eider ducks, puffins and perhaps curious porpoises that appear along the side of the kayak.
Sommarøy is also called the Arctic Caribbean and contains a treasure chest of islets, reefs and chalk-white sandy beaches. With a kayak you can reach the most inaccessible and hidden gems.
We use sturdy double kayaks that provide a good and safe experience at sea. Our guides have in-depth knowledge of the coastal community and the region, so feel free to ask along the way if you want to learn.
After the kayak trip, we set the pace and continue with RIB out in the ocean gap to the "island in the sea", Hekkingen on the outside of Senja, where one of Northern-Norway's oldest lighthouses stands.
There is a large sea-eagle population here, so get your camera ready to take a spectacular picture of this giant bird.
This is a beauful and complete sea safari experience that addresses the highlights of the landscape and wildlife up here.
Included: RIB and kayak with all equipment including wetsuit
Please bring: Warm clothes to wear under a life jacket / paddle suit (warm wool / fleece), hat and gloves, waterproof camera and water bottle.
Number of participants: 3 - 12
Level of difficulty: Family friendly
Departure time and place: Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 09:30 from Laukvik Senja.
Duration: about 4 - 5 hours