Pomerania Province
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Gdansk: Guided Kayak Tour

1. Gdansk: Guided Kayak Tour

Join a kayak tour and experience Gdansk by the water! Many tourists take ferry rides, but a kayak tour allows you to explore a side to the city most people don't see. Enjoy a beginner friendly kayak tour with easy to learn techniques, a must for any visitor to Gdansk.  Gain a different perspective on the historical value of the Main City, paddle through canals and enjoy freedom to access locations inaccessible to tourist ferries.  As you paddle down the river, pass two of Gdansk's main islands, Granary Island and Olowianka Island, and make your way past attractions such as The Crane, Olowianka Footbridge, the beautiful Radunia Canal, as well as Gdansk Shipyard and the Polish Baltic Philharmonic. 

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Gdansk: Evening Kayak Tour

2. Gdansk: Evening Kayak Tour

Many visitors to Gdansk opt for a cruise, but a kayak tour allows you to explore a unique side of the city. Embark on a beginner-friendly kayak your with easy-to-learn techniques — a must-do for any tourist in this beautiful Polish port city. Gain a different perspective on the historical value of the Main City in the evening, as you paddle through canals.  Take advantage of the freedom to access locations inaccessible to cruise ships. As you paddle down the river, pass 2 of Gdansk's main islands, Granary Island and Olowianka Island. Make your way past attractions such as The Crane, Olowianka Footbridge, the beautiful Radunia Canal, as well as Gdansk Shipyard and the Polish Baltic Philharmonic.

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Gdańsk: Islands and Canals Private Kayak Tour

3. Gdańsk: Islands and Canals Private Kayak Tour

Paddle through the canals of this Polish port city and access the secluded spots hidden from the land. Many tourists take ferry rides, but not everyone gets to experience Gdańsk from this alternative perspective. Explore a side of the city that most people don’t see.  Enjoy a beginner-friendly tour on either a double or single kayak depending on your skills and experience. Glide down the river and make your way past two of Gdańsk’s main islands, Granary Island and Olowianka Island, and the Soldek ship and the Crane – a former port crane.

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History of Gdansk Tour by Kayak on the Motława River

4. History of Gdansk Tour by Kayak on the Motława River

See Gdańsk from a slightly different perspective – from a kayak. There are several routes to follow, all at various levels of difficulty, suited to your skills. One popular route is following the Motława around Granary Island. See three faces of Gdańsk: historical power, port of everyday life and is beautiful nature. The historical part is full of mystery and beautiful architecture of past centuries along the Old and New Motlawa. On the industrial and historical side, you will pass through the Dead Vistula river with a view of the shipyards and port. The natural beauty surrounding the Motlawa provides respite from the city center, disturbed only by the wind and the voices of birds among the historical fortifications of Gdansk. Face the cold and get a rush of adrenaline. You can even head out to the Hel Peninsula and take a cutter cruise out to the sea to search for a real sea wolf. There are a variety of kayaking tours to choose from.

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Gdansk: Hel Peninsula Private Guided Tour w/ Cruise or Car

5. Gdansk: Hel Peninsula Private Guided Tour w/ Cruise or Car

Experience the Hel Peninsula, a unique place at the end and the beginning of Poland that people just fall in love with, with an expert guide and convenient pickup taking you straight to the peninsula. Along the way, see beautiful landscapes with meadows, windmills, pine forests, and the waters of Puck Bay. The beaches in Hel are known as the best in all of Poland and where the history of military times meet a strong culture of fishing. See old fortifications from WWII and interesting exhibitions at the Museum of Coastal Defence with real bunkers, cannons, tanks, and a multimedia show underground. See the breathtaking promenade at the beach and walk along Baltic Sea to the point where Poland begins. On the way, you can enter the lighthouse for a gorgeous view of the Baltic Sea horizon. Hel is a special place for seals as well. In the Sealarium you can see them during feeding time. At the end of the tour, walk around the biggest harbor on Puck Bay, admire nature and watch water activities like kitesurfing or windsurfing.  There is also an option including a cruise by catamaran where you can depart at the harbor in Gdynia or be picked up by private transfer to enjoy a sea adventure on Gdansk Bay to get to the Hel Peninsula. On the way you can admire landscapes of both sides of the bay, water, and hear stories of the marine from your guide. The one-way cruise lasts around 1 hour and then you can start your trip in Hel with all the top attractions.

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From Warsaw: One Day Private Tour to Gdansk and Sopot

6. From Warsaw: One Day Private Tour to Gdansk and Sopot

Enjoy a full-day private tour to the Polish seaside destinations of Gdansk and Sopot. Be picked up from your hotel or residence by your guide and depart from Warsaw at around 07:00 AM by express train to Gdansk. Upon arrival, take the opportunity to explore the old harbour, including the famous Crane Gate. See other notable local landmarks including the Neptune Fountain, Artus Court, the Town Hall, the Great Arsenal, the Millennium Tree, St. Mary's Church with its astronomical clock, and many other beautiful sights of the city. You'll also be able to walk along Mariacka Street, famous for its charming terraces full of amber jewellery. After exploring Gdansk, journey onwards by car to Sopot, the smallest town of the tri-city metropolis. Despite having a population of only 40,000, over 2 million tourists visit every year. See the bustling Monciak Boulevard, wander amongst the Art Nouveau villas, and see the great attraction of Sopot - the famous 500 meter wooden pier. Return to Warsaw from Gdansk by train, arriving back in the Polish capital at 10:00 PM

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Usedom: Day Trip to Wolin National Park - Private Transport

7. Usedom: Day Trip to Wolin National Park - Private Transport

From your accommodation in Usedom, your professional driver will pick you up and drive you to the biggest island in Poland: Wolin Island and national park. The park is abundant in white beaches, small islands, pine and beech forests, dunes and cliffs. In the village you can also enter Natural History Museum, which has many exhibitions about local ecosystems and history of this region. After your adventure, you will be driven back to your accommodation. In the park you can see rare species like white-tailed Eagles and Polish bison. There is a bison farm, where you can visit the gentle creatures up close. Visit viewpoints like Kawcza Mountain or Gosan and Zielonka Hill for excellent panoramas of the island and Polish coast. There is also the Turquoise Lake, a serene body of turquoise water.

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Gdansk: Winter Kayaking Tour with Hot Tea

8. Gdansk: Winter Kayaking Tour with Hot Tea

Explore the Motława river and the Radunia canal on this kayaking tour in Gdansk. Stay warm in a dry suit and wear paddle muffles to protect your hands from the cold. Stop for a rejuvenating cup of hot tea. Meet your guide, put on your lifejacket and dry suit. Hop into your tandem kayak which has been fitted with a spray skirt to prevent water from getting into the kayak. Slip your hands into the paddle muffler which will keep your hands dry and toasty.  Set out on the Motława river to see the towering green cranes of the shipyard. Admire the churches and brightly colored apartment blocks in the Old Town. Uncover romantic scenes as you travel down the Radunia canal. Warm up with a pipping hot cup of tea. View the red-brick medieval granaries that have been restored on Olowianka and Granary island. Cruise under the Olowianka Footbridge. Head back to your meeting point.

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What people are saying about Pomerania Province

Overall rating

5.0 / 5

based on 4 reviews

We kayaked 6+km in light rain. It was good exercise and fun. Piotr was very patient and a gracious guide. I would do this tour again and would recommend this to anyone that is at least a little fit. You will have fun! There is a little shop near the kayak spot where you can buy cheap drinks and snacks too.

Exploring Gdansk from the water, by kayak, was a good idea. You can get to a historical site quickly and avoid the hustle and bustle. The weather played along, only the sunset wouldn't show itself. But the guide can't help that ...

Amazing experience from beginning to end!! Guide was very knowledgable and made it really easy for a relative newbie. Would definitely recommend and do so again whenever I am back in Poland!!

Friendly and helpful guides, with lots of information about the city. Best done during the summer as the sunset view is apparently a lot better, but was still worth it in October.

bellissima esperienza! la città è stupenda dai canali :)