We meet at our kayakcenter in Grönemad, Grebbestad for a brief introduction before we head of down to the beach and out into the islands and skerries. The tour takes 3 to 4 hourss and includes a stop at an island where we enjoy a traditional Swedish “fika” (coffee and bun) or lunch depending on the length of the tour.
We favour local producers and let the season decide what we will eat. In the summer lunch is usually smoked mackerell with a sallad and during the winter we make a fishsoup served with freash bread, homemade or from the local bakery. Together with the lunch we serve non-alcoholic beer fromt the local brewery, seaweed bread and other local delicacies.
Grebbestad is the largest supplier of oyesters and up to 90% of all the oysters in Sweden comes from here. You will get a chance to see oyesters and perhaps learn something new about them. The guides share their knowledge about the nature and animals that we see both above and underneath the surface. During the winter you are likely to see ejders and during spring oyestercatchers and if we are lucky we might even see a seal or two along our way.
The goal with this tour is that you will have a nice introduction to kayaking and our magnificent archipelago. The tour is available from our main centre in Grebbestad all year around. Between September to May the tour includes a drysuit and we call the tour winter kayaking.
You dont have to be an experienced kayaker but you must be able to swim and above 15 years to paddle a kayak on your own. The tour is an introduction to kayaking and we will teach you the basics that you need for the tour. Please bring water, sun protection and extra clothes just in case you would get wet.
There is two alternative tours, the 3 hour tour including “fika” and the 4 hour tour includs picnic/lunch and “fika”. We let the season set the meny and we priorotice local producers.
950 sek per person for 3 hours inc. guide and fully euipped kayak and “fika”
1250 sek per person for 4 hours inc. guide and fully euipped kayak, picnic/lunch and “fika”.