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Outer Banks Kayak & Stand up Paddleboard Tours

Kitty Hawk Maritime Forest & Marsh Tour

This is an ideal​ Outer Banks kayak and SUP tour ​​for ​young children and beginner paddlers. We paddle at a relaxed pace and the trees provide excellent protection from the wind, even on ​​gusty​ days. This OBX Kayak and SUP tour is perfect for anyone who enjoys nature and wildlife.

Roanoke Island Historical Tour

This fun and educational kayak and SUP tour will transport you to a different time as we paddle along the scenic canals and marshes of Roanoke Island. You’ll hear the legendary story of the first permanent English settlement here and the mystery of the Lost Colony.

Alligator River National Wildlife Refuge Tour

This is our maximum adventure tour! Explore this unusual habitat and learn about its exotic wildlife. Alligators call this refuge home along with black bears and endangered red wolves. It’s not unusual to see alligators in the water or lounging along the shore.

Bioluminescence / Full Moon Night Tour

Our night-time kayak tours give you the perfect opportunity to experience an Outer Banks full moon or bioluminescence in the water. Bioluminescence is a natural phenomenon where organisms produce light through a chemical reaction.

Children’s Kayak Tour

This is an abbreviated Kitty Hawk Woods Maritime Forest tour. The tour lasts about 1 hour and is the perfect length for younger children. This tour is also available to adults that prefer a shorter, 1 hour tour.

Mashoes Creek Tour

If you’re looking for a fantastic Outer Banks kayak sunset tour, look no further! This tour navigates the winding marshes of Mashoes Creek and leads to a secluded beach along the Albemarle Sound.

Morning & Sunset Tours

Kayak or SUP the marshes of the Roanoke Sound and Cape Hatteras National Seashore in the morning, at sunset, or at night for the Bioluminescence & Full Moon Tours. This beautiful area of the Outer Banks is known for its abundance of coastal birds including terns, pelicans, and ibis.

Pea Island Kayak Tour

Our Pea Island National Wildlife Refuge kayak and SUP tour is the best way to explore this Birder’s Paradise. Pea Island is a small barrier island located at the northern end of Hatteras on the Outer Banks, and is also home to many different aquatic creatures including Loggerhead sea turtles.

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