The Different Styles of Kayaks
Over the past 4,000 years kayaks have continued to gain more and more popularity as they go. Kayaks were originally invented by the Aleut and Inuit Peoples who lived around the Arctic Ocean shores. The frames of the kayaks were originally composed of wood or the bones of whales and were covered in the waterproof skins of seals. Kayaks back then and even still to this day were used for hunting purp
What’s so great about kayak snorkeling in Belize?
We have a lot of sports on the island, but the one we do every day and sometimes twice a day is kayak snorkeling. This is something you can’t do everywhere in the world, so often even kayak instructors have never experienced it. There are over 900 patch reefs at Glover’s Atoll where our island is located. They offer fantastic snorkeling, but there is no land near the patches. So we pad
Cave kayaking in Belize
Most of you have probably heard of cave tubing, which is extremely popular in Belize, mostly for cruise ship passengers because it is a unique short tour, and close to Belize City. But if you want the real deal, you will want to go cave kayaking instead. On our Belize Adventure Week 8 night package we run the Caves Branch River from top to bottom in hard shell sit-on-top kayaks. We have been runni