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Mozambique Adventure Kayaking

offered by supplier M15779 (read about supplier)

Key Information:
Tour Duration: 7 - 15 day(s)
Group Size: 2 - 12 people
Destination: Mozambique  
Category: Whitewater rafting, canoeing, kayaking outfitters
Specialty: Kayaking  
Season: January - December
Min Price: 7500 US Dollar (USD) per trip
Max Price: 20000 US Dollar (USD) per trip

Following a 6 month expedition paddling, photographing and exploring the entire Mozambican coastline by kayak, Jakera are now running a limited series of adventure kayaking trips to the Quirimba Archipelago in the far north of the country.

The Quirimbas have existed in a kind of time-warp: some of the children we encountered on our exploratory trip had never seen a white person before. Life happens in hand-built wooden dhows and dugouts and in rudimentary reed huts, and revolves around the sea.

Of course, when any isolated location opens up to the outside world things start to change rapidly. Potentially the Quirimbas, as a consequence of becoming accessible to visitors for the first time in a generation, will over time lose some of that which makes them so special right now.

If you are interested in exploring the area by kayak we would be very happy to put forward some proposed expeditions for you - all our trips are customized.

Member discount:
10% discount for InfoHub customer. Request a free gift certificate.

All our trips are specially customized and involve a combination basic camping on deserted islands and stays in 5 star boutique hotels

About This Supplier
Location: Venezuela
Joined InfoHub: Jan 2007

Jakera is based in the heart of the Mochima National Park in the southern Caribbean, in the beautifully diverse South American country of Venezuela. Our business is adventure travel, education and specialist itineraries to destinations such as the Orinoco Delta, Gran Sabana and Los Llanos for students, travellers and...

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