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Outer Banks Bear Tours

Outer Banks Bear Tours

Come seek out some of North america’s largest black bears and explore ecological majesty of one the most impressive wildlife corridors on the East Coast: the Alligator River national Wildlife Refuge. Outer Banks Bear Tours are an incredible and relaxing way to see wildlife close up, get away from the crowds of the beaches, and reconnect with nature in our National …

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Kitty Hawk Maritime Forest Kayak Tour

Kitty Hawk Maritime Forest Kayak Tour

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Enjoy the Kitty Hawk Maritime Forest Kayak Tour for a world class kayaking experience. This tour leaves kayaking from our store in Kitty Hawk and explores the North Carolina Coastal Reserve, one of the few intact maritime forest environments on the Outer Banks. On this kayak tour we see many reptiles such as snakes and turtles, as well as many …

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Night Kayak Tours

Night Kayak Tours

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Kayaking during a full moon is a must do for any self-respecting paddler. This 1.5-2 hour excursion is a great way to enjoy the coastal environments, observe bioluminescence (glowing fluorescent bacteria in the water!!!!) and howl at the moon on a summer evening on the Outer Banks. Full Moon and Bioluminescence Kayak Tours are one or the other, an NOT …

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Avon Kayak Tour

Cape Hatteras National Seashore Kayak Tour

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Another recent addition to the Kitty Hawk Kayak & Surf School ecotour quiver, the Avon Pamlico Sound Salt Marsh Kayak Tour is a must see on Hatteras Island. On this kayak tour, we frequently spot ospreys, pelicans, herons, egrets, ibis, terns, rails, skimmers, wrens, and warbles just to name a few. We will tour the salt marsh canals and flatwaters of …

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Duck Kayak Tour

Duck Kayak Tour

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Come kayaking in our new and exciting kayak tour location on the border of Duck and Corolla on the Currituck Sound of the Northern Outer Banks: the Duck Currituck Sound Kayak Tour. We launch at the newly renovated Sanderling Resort & Spa and paddle around the salt marsh islands and flatwaters salt of the Currituck Sound. Check out salt marshes, small …

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Roanoke Island Kayak Tour

Roanoke Island Kayak Tour

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Roanoke Island was witness to the first English settlement in the New World. Downtown Manteo is a great kayaking environment located between the Outer Banks and the mainland and also provides an ideal activity to begin your exploration of the Outer Banks and Roanoke Island. The Roanoke Island Kayak Tour is offered daily. Paddle down narrow salt marsh canals, explore …

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Corolla Kayak Tour

Corolla Kayak Tour

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Kayaking around the sheltered islands, bays and canals of the Currituck Sound on the Outer Banks is a real treat!!!  This Corolla Kayak Tour is one of the few places where you can leave the hustle and bustle of the summer madness and really unwind with your family on Outer Banks. Launch from Timbuck II shopping center and cruise around at …

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Alligator River Kayak Tour

Alligator River Kayak Tour

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Perhaps the Crown Jewel of our kayak tours quiver. the Alligator River Kayak Tour on the Outer Banks rarely disappoints!!! Home to the OBX’s most robust gator population, sightings are frequent on this tour. But don’t fear, despite conventional wisdom to the contrary, gators are shy and elusive creatures and are not aggressive. This is one of our most exciting and …

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Kitty Hawk Bay Kayak Tour

Kitty Hawk Bay Kayak Tour

Another recent addition to the Kitty Hawk Kayak & Surf School ecotour quiver, the Kitty Hawk Bay Kayak Tour is a must see on the Outer Banks.  On this kayaking tour, we frequently spot ospreys, pelicans, herons, egrets, ibis, terns, rails, skimmers, wrens, and warbles just to name a few. We will tour the salt marsh canals and flatwaters of the …

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Bodie Island Kayak Tour

Bodie Island Kayak Tour

Another recent addition to the Kitty Hawk Kayak & Surf School ecotour quiver, the Bodie Island Kayak Tour is a must see on the Outer Banks.  On this kayaking tour, we frequently spot ospreys, pelicans, herons, egrets, ibis, terns, rails, skimmers, wrens, and warbles just to name a few. We will tour the salt marsh canals and flatwaters of the Roanoke …

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