Halong Bay, Vietnam
Paddling between the scattered high rocky islands is an experience in itself. The secret tunnels, enclosed lagoons and tall green walls of stone standing amidst the water make your sea kayaing even more adventurous.
Milford sound, New Zealand
If you visit New Zealand, Milford sound should be on your list to tour. It is the most visited place in New Zealand and a brilliant place to kayak. If you love penguins, head to Milford in November and you can spot Fjordland Crested Penguins both in the water and on the rocky shores. The area is one of the wettest in New Zealand and the high levels of precipitation create both permanent and seasonal waterfalls, including the impressive Bowen Falls.
Koh phi phi, Thailand
Koh Phi Phi in Thailand is heaven to explore by kayak. Explore the inlets and hidden coastlines of the rugged shore by man power and paddling amongst the rocky islands. So kayaing is the best way to discover this quiet hidden place.
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