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You kayak with your guide to a narrow stream lined with aerial-rooted mangrove trees. We kayak slowly up the stream on our way to the campsite.
Once we arrive at the campsite, you are free to do what you like for a while. You can stretch your legs and wander around the area. You could take a dip in the stream to cool off and clean up after the kayak journey.
Whilst you are doing that, your guides will make the finishing touches to the camp and prepare the evening meal. Then we eat!
When we have finished, we go for a night walk to explore the area in the dark. This will give you a very different perspective and the chance to see creatures that are not active in the day time.
In the morning, we get up early and have another walk around on the land. We return to the campsite for breakfast and then take the kayaks to explore a different stream, before heading back to Gee’s Nature Tours. For those who would prefer not to kayak back, the boat that comes to pick up the camping gear can take you back.
Please note that, during the dry season, the water in the stream is salty. This is the only place for swimming and for getting water for washing.
Please also note that this is at a different location and a very different type of stream to the Mangrove Kayak Overnight Tour.
Arrive at campsite: 17:30
Evening meal: 18:30
Night walk: 20:30 – 23:00
Morning stroll: 06:00 – 7:30
Depart campsite: 09:00
Return to Gee’s Nature Tours: 10:30 (by kayak)
$100 per adult
Minimum 2 adults, Maximum 5 people
Children under 13 half price. Two children count as one adult towards the minimum but there must be at least one adult customer on this tour.
Included in the price
- All activities and guides
- Camping accommodation
- Evening meal and breakfast
- Drinking water
- Use of a kayak and paddle (note that you might be required to share a two-person kayak)
- Use of a dry bag
- Use of a torch (we have some head torches and some normal)
- Boat transfer to/from Tatai
What you need
Because this tour is mostly in the afternoon, night and early morning, the sun is less of a concern. However, it could still get pretty hot and sunny during this tour on the kayak journeys to and from the campsite. Therefore, you should have clothes that provide decent coverage or sunscreen. A hat is also a good idea.
Any comfortable footwear is OK for this tour but closed footwear is recommended, particularly for the night walk element. It is a good idea to have some footwear that is easy to slip on (e.g. flip-flops) in case you need to get up in the night.
We advise you to bring a camera or at least a phone that can take a decent picture.
A few photos from this tour
Also, see more photos from an example tour: The First Tour in this blog post.