Why Go Paddling in Greenland? Greenland has some of the most stunning natural landscapes in the world, which makes it perfect for sea kayaking. Towering glaciers, brilliant icebergs, and secluded bays teeming with whales and arctic wildlife await the adventurous. In the summer months, the days are long and the weather is generally pleasant for paddling. Small coastal villages exist on the East Coast, with inhabitants living a traditional, subsistence lifestyle from fishing and hunting. . . .
Norway’s Best Kayaking Destinations Overview Norway offers a variety of majestic scenery, kayaking adventures and nature experiences. The coastline has battered rocky islands and beautiful white sand beaches, but the waters can be difficult to navigate where exposed to ocean currents. Guided trips are recommended. The fjords are calm and wondrous waters featuring famous peaks (like Pulpit Rock), waterfalls (Seven Sisters) and UNESCO heritage sites. You can even kayak in glacier-filled lakes high above sea . . .
After a leisurely breakfast we were whisked from our hotels in a flurry of taxies to a sleepy jetty then on to our sturdy wooden ship. We arrived under the watchful eye of flocks of Frigate birds and after finding our cabins and going through a kayak brief we lifted anchor and sail for the Islands of Misool. Steaming south, we enjoyed the view as we passed between the jungled Islands of Salawati . . .