Can't really help you with kayaking, but I'm sure if you follow the links in my post you will find people who can. Hi there, If you're still interested in Kayaking, I run a small kayak school in Interlaken, running tours and coaching on Thunersee and Brienzersee, and training for white water, sea and surf. Segelschule Thunersee They also have optimist dingys which are superb for the kids to learn with.
Less visited but equally delightful is the Vézère, the Dordogne’s “little sister”.
Explore it from the Aventure Plein Air base at Saint-Léon-sur-Vézère, 40km southeast of Périgueux, and classified as one of France’s most beautiful villages.
The Courant d’Huchet has been designated a nature reserve for its wealth of wildlife, including otters, and for its variety of habitats: part of the two-hour trip (longer ones are available in July and August) takes you through the “Amazonie landaise” with its exuberant, almost sub-tropical vegetation.
Trips, which run between April and September, cost from €12. Away from the ocean and the lakes the region’s inland waterways are also well worth exploring.
Messing about in a canoe or kayak is possible in a number of locations.
You can usually choose between short rentals of one/two hours and full-day expeditions.
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For less skilled practitioners there’s the opportunity to rent boards and enrol on courses at resorts all along the coast.