Archipelago National Park in south-western Finland offer open waters and a labyrinth of islands.
With a little bit of luck we might even see golden eagles hovering above us. The adventure will start and begin in Nagu, a village in the archipelago about three hours from Helsinki by bus. There is a bus connection to Nagu from either Helsinki or Turku. It is but a short distance from Nagu to the outer regions of the Archipelagic National Park, which was established in 1983.
This tour will be suitable for those who have tried sea kayaking, but now wish to experience the more exposed regions of the archipelago under sound guidance and supervision.
As the National Park in the archipelago offers many alternatives, I haven’t yet settled on an exact route. We will paddle for three days between 6 to 8 hours per day. After this, we will have enough time left to pitch our camp, prepare food and enjoy the surrounding nature.
In June the days are long with light slowly melting into the night. I think this is in many ways the finest season for a visit to the archipelago.
Place. Archipelago National Park. Finland.
Date. 9 - 11.8.2019.
Duration. 3 days of kayaking.
Participants. Min 6 - Max 8.
Transportation. The participants will make their own way to Nagu village. We will meet the participants in Nagu.
Guide. Roope Roine.
Price. 290 € trip is paid afterwards.
Insurance. The participants are responsible for their own insurance. Travel insurance is recommended.
Included in the price. Guide services, food, tent and kayak.
Not included in the price. Travel to and from Nagu and insurance.