Central Kayak Tours
Kitty Hawk Bay Tour
Come and discover what often goes unseen on the Outer Banks. Kitty Hawk Bay provides an excellent venue for some of nature’s most inspiring moments. Within sight of the Wright Brother’s Memorial, this area is very much as it has always been. Listen and learn as our guides unfold the secrets of these marsh waters and the creatures which call them home. Follow our lead as we paddle along the creeks and ponds of Kitty Hawk’s best brackish water marsh. Sunset tours are available, so book today.
Safari River Maritime Forest Kayak Tour
Experience another world as you kayak through this amber creek under a canopy of Live oaks and Red Maples. While kayaking, let our guide teach you about maritime forests. Wildlife such as turtles and snakes are very common in this area, as well as birds such as herons, egrets, woodpeckers, kingfishers, and ducks. This kayak tour is great even on windy days, due to the shelter provided by the tall trees of the forest.
Bodie Island Kayak Tour
Wind your way with us through the northernmost marshes of the Cape Hatteras National Seashore’s, America’s first National Seashore. Look, listen, and learn as our guides unlock the wonders of these estuarine ecosystems and the abundant wildlife which calls them home. We will guide you through a maze of canals and creeks as you enjoy the slow passing of nature’s beauty here on the Outer Banks.
Alligator River Kayak Tour
Take a step back in time as we paddle through the Alligator River National Wildlife Refuge, one of the largest and most pristine Wildlife Refuges on the East Coast. Discover the history of Buffalo City’s logging community and the story behind on of prohibition’s most famous “moonshine capitals”. We will wind our way through open creeks and narrow canals as we explore the swirling red waters and ‘living fossils’ of this cypress swamp.
Bioluminescence Night Kayak Tour
Come and see the beauty of the marsh after dark as we paddle through the night on a search for bioluminescence. Watch as fireflies from the deep create light and glow when disturbed. Although not great for bioluminescence, the full moon provides the perfect light for a paddle in the night. This is a tour not to be missed and one you won’t soon forget.