Sea Quest Kayak Expeditions can take you paddling anywhere in the world! In addition to the sea kayaking locations that you've already seen on our website, our guides have experience in many more far flung destinations. They would love to introduce you to any of the following adventure destinations - the natural jewels of our blue-green planet.
Belize: Coral Reef & Rainforest — Kayak and snorkel the Caribbean Sea along the only barrier reef in our hemisphere. Explorations of Mayan ruins, a jaguar preserve, a river cave system, and jungle canopy walkways suspended 90 feet high.
Chile: High Andes — Meet the Sea Magnificent fjords and mountain scenery enhanced by the emerald green of temperate rainforest. Rich waters support teeming salmon, penguins, dolphins, and century-old villages of stilt houses.
Fiji: The Old South Seas — Tropical paddling in a hidden heaven. Crystal coral-filled waters harbor giant clams, sea turtles, and dolphins. Rainforest uplands are home to parrots, flying fox bats, and traditional Fijian villages accessible only by sea.
Palau: Pristine Paradise — The most remote and intact archipelago left on the planet, a former US territory. With more than 700 species of coral and 1500 of fish, this cluster of islands harbors the most biodiverse of all reef ecosystems known. Swim in lagoons filled with stingless jellyfish! Incredible beaches and lonely islets for camping.
Thailand & Vietnam: The Sea Hongs — Limestone karst islands look like giant castles cloaked in verdant vegetation. Hidden within are spectacular caves and grottos connected to the sea. Enjoy tropical sea eagles, troops of monkeys, unique coral gardens, and Thai food.
Costa Rica: Pinnacle of Biodiversity — Naturalists must make this pilgrimage to kayak remote jungle beaches, run whitewater rivers, and hike up active volcanoes shrouded in mysterious cloud forest.
New Zealand: a Penguin Paradise? — Yes! More species of penguins than even Antarctica. (Lots of parrots, too.) A land of surprises and superlative kayaking from temperate rainforest to subtropical shores. Combine with treks, skiing, and more.