Our Sea Kayak Halkidiki Fishing trip combines two widely popular outdoor activities in one unique experience. Enjoy a calm relaxed paddling in beautiful secluded beaches of the Diaporos island in Vourvourou bay, while learning everything you need to know about fishing, cleaning and barbecue your own fish!
In collaboration with the Ioan. Chorozoglou & Co G.P. (http://www.ixthiotrofiaxalkidikis.gr) company, we offer this unique Fishing Kayak experience where you have the opportunity to visit a traditional Fish Farm in the Vourvourou bay of Halkidiki. There you will learn about the fishes in the Fish Farm (usually sea bass, sea bream and weakfish) while feeding and fishing your own fish! On average this 5 hours Fishing Kayak trip includes a 30 minutes preparation time 2 hours paddling exploration in Diaporos island for swimming and snorkeling, 1 hour approximately on-board the Fish Farm for fishing and about 2 hours on shore in our kayak base for grilling and eating the fish!
Sea Kayak Fishing Experience Highlights
– Ultimate fishing kayaking experience in Halkidiki. Great for first-timers!
– Calm water, beautiful Vourvourou bay scenery excellent for swimming and snorkeling.
– Ideal way to introduce yourself to the fishing experience
– Catch your own Fish and enjoy it in a local Greek lunch setting
|DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATION||Sea Kayak Halkidiki center in Vourvourou, Sithonia Halkidiki|
|DEPARTURE TIME||Please arrive by 8:30 for a prompt departure at 9:00.|
|RETURN TIME||At 14:00|
|YOU SHOULD BRING||Hat, sunglasses, towel, sunscreen.|
Please note that the exact details of your trip will depend on both the weather conditions, and the other people in the group. In case of bad weather cancellation, you will be provided with an alternative trip at the same cost, or you will be fully refunded.
There is a minimum number of 6 participants required for the implementation of this Sea Kayak Fishing experience. Sea Kayak Halkidiki reserves the right to postpone or cancel the trip in case of non completion of the required number of participants.
May – Sep