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Welcome to the Scandinavian Islands

This unique region is easy to access from Stockholm and Turku, from where cruise ships and ferries pass through the area and all the way out to the smallest, inhabited islands. Mariehamn, the capital of the autonomous region Åland, is well connected from Stockholm, Turku and Helsinki.


1 Day Kayak Adventure
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Product description

The 1 day Archipelago Adventure will give you a good introduction to kayaking. We quarantee a big smile on your face during and after the tour!

Our guides will take you through safety demonstration and introduction course to give you a good level of confidence before starting our tour. Our aim is to teach you new skills and to help you have a great time, no matter what the weather might throw at us. Therefore the tour is suitable for all experience levels.

The one day Archipelago Adventure will give you opportunity to experience close by one of the largest archipelagos in the world. Our base camp at Kasnäs is located centrally and it offers a huge variety of alternative routes.The Archipelago with its thousands of islands offers truly unique setting for sea kayaking. Many parts of Archipelago are only accessible by kayak giving us the possibility to explore many unbeaten paths. We see kayaking as the natural way to experience and discover the essential spirit of this stunning Archipelago.

Example itinerary

Archipelago's unique labyrinth of islands and rocky islets gives us the flexibility to select from numerous alternative routes. Whatever the route will be it will be filled with genuine nature and cultural highlights only the Archipelago Sea has to offer.


Extra days possible on request; Accommodation in cabin/tent

Level of difficulty

No earlier paddling experience required. The routes and distances tailored according to group's experience level. We welcome all outdoor enthusiasts from experienced to those who have never kayaked before.



The tour is available for bookings June-September

How to get there

Here you can find a collection of handy links to help organizing your travel to Finland.

Airlines with frequent flights to Helsinki or Turku international airports:


If planning to come by ferry visit the following site for details: 

Travel by ferry

If you're planning to extend you stay in Helsinki, which we can highly recommend, visit the following site: 

Helsinki City Transport

If you require local transport during you stay here's a handy link for you: 

Transportation in Finland

VisitFinland gives you extensive overview of the country and traveling to Finland:


Finland's claim to be one of Europe's last wildernesses is well-founded.

The country with long coastline sheltered with thousands of islands, Lakeland with combined waterways and enormous forests, is bigger than the UK but contains only a twelfth of its population, so getting away from the crowds is easy. Sometimes it's hard to imagine all this space and silence just couple of hours away from Central Europe's tensely populated busy areas. 

But what gives Finnish scenery its own particular charm is the contrast between these different landscapes. Even the densest forests are interspersed with countless lakes, ponds and rivers; while even the largest lakes are dotted with tree-covered islands and promontories. This pattern continues right to the coast, where it gives rise to one of the most labyrinthine archipelagos in the world. It has been reckoned that a total of some 95,000 islands lie around Finland’s coasts.

The climate in Finland is marked by cold winters and warm summers. The highest daytime temperature in southern Finland during the summer occasionally rises to almost 30 degrees. Gentle summer from June to beginning of September give ideal conditions for adventure paddling. 

Only few hours away!

Traveling to Finland is easy wherever from Europe or further you're traveling. There are frequent connections to Helsinki International Airport from all major European cities. If traveling by own car there are good ferry connections from Germany and Sweden to reach Helsinki or Turku.


Kasnäs, Finland


Kasnäs, Finland


We will paddle around 6 hours having breaks along the way.

No of persons

min 4 - max 8


min 4 - max 8



125 €/person

Price includes

Safety demonstration, kayaking introduction course, experienced local guide, double kayak, paddle, life vest, lunch and snacks

Not included in price:

- Transfers to Kasnäs (available on request)
- Personal insurance


Additional information

We provide the following kayaking and outdoor gear:
Kayaking gear
- Paddle jacket
- Life jacket
- Spray deck
- Waterproof clothing bag
- Double kayaks
- Paddle
- All safety and emergency gear

Personal Equipment You Should Bring Along
- Waterproof jacket
- Fleece jacket
- Fleece hat or sun cap
- Extra jacket and pants (in case of getting wet)
- Swimsuit & towel
- Sandals or soft shoes for kayaking
- Sunglasses
- Camera & camera bag

Rental equipment:
Please let us know if we would need to provide any of the gear listed as personal. Just let us know and we'll fix it for you!


English, German and Finnish.


Tour operators

Kayak Adventures Finland Ltd.


Steps to book a tour
Step 1:
Book a tour by completing and sending the form. 

Note: Before sending out the booking, please read carefully through our Terms & Conditions:

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Step 2:
Upon receiving the booking we will contact you by emailing a note of confirmation including the invoice. 

Step 3:
Pay the invoice on the given due date. The booking is binding after payment is done according to invoice details.

By paying the invoice You accept the Terms & Conditions.

The following Disclaimer Form will be handed to you for signing before starting the tour:

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