Sea-Kayaking in the Gaspe Peninsula, Quebec, Canada
Almost surrounded by water, the Gaspe Peninsula in Canada offers some of the most exciting
sea-kayaking trips available in Eastern North America. Breathtaking scenery, seal
rookeries, thousands of nesting seabirds and the magnificence of breaching whales elicit
memories that last a lifetime.
Canoeing the Black River, St. Elizabeth
Explore the largest wetland habitat in the Caribbean by canoe. See crocodiles,
birds, fishing baskets made by using 300 year old techniques brought from Africa, swampy
marshlands and stunning mangrove forests.
Chiriqui Highlands, Panama
Rafting on the Chiriqui and the Chiriqui Viejo Rivers provide exhilarating rapids
and the wild beauty of lush forests. Rio Chiriqui is a Class III river but is not
available during the dry season (January to April). However, Rio Chiriqui Viejo is a Class
IV river for most of the year.
Rio Chagres, Panama
The Rio Chagres is one of the most important rivers in the world yet remains
unknown in spite of it's colorful history and current significance. It is the river that
allows the Panama Canal to function. Cruise the Panama Canal and wonder at the engineering
marvel, take a boatride to view the flora and fauna of Barro Colorado, an island
rainforest in the world's largest man made lake, or raft down its tributary, Rio Piedras
to Lago Alajuela. It is as adventurous today as the time when it was first explored by the
Voyage, Adventure and Ancient Ruins in Southwest Anatolia, Turkey
Sail the Turquoise Coast on a traditional Turkish fishing boat (gulet) and
discover quiet coves, secluded beaches and ancient ruins at your leisure. Many of these
areas are not accessible by land. Enjoy the timeless pleasure of white rafting (Grade II -
V) on the Dalaman River or exploring the wildlife conservation area of Lake Koycegiz and
the marshlands of the Dalyan River by kayak or canoe.
Villages of the Eastern Black Sea and the Coruh River, Turkey
The Coruh River is ranked among the top ten in the world for white water rafting
and kayaking (Grade III-V). Fed by snow melt from the Eastern Black Sea Mountains in
north-east Turkey, the Coruh flows through spectacular canyons and narrow, fertile valleys
of orchards and rice paddies past ancient ruined castles and churches, all set against a
backdrop of magnificent rugged mountains.
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