Kayaks can take you to fantastic snorkeling locations, some not even accessible by boat or land. Combining these two activities can be wisely fun and it’s not a surprise it has become extremely popular with adepts all over the world. Snorkeling complements the kayaking experience by allowing you to explore a sight in greater depth and observe it from different perspectives. It’s a perfect match and there is no reason why you shouldn’t try it.
Anyone Can Do It
From first-timers to experts, children to adults, there is kayaking for everyone. And the same goes for snorkeling. As recreational activities, they do not require advanced training skills since their level of difficulty is very low. As long as you’re aware of your safety, it’s all about the enjoyment and you can learn as you go.
And Pretty Much Anywhere
Kayaking and snorkeling can be practiced in nearly any body of water. However, if you are looking for a relaxing and fun experience, alone or with your family and friends, a location having calm, warm and clear water would be preferable, so you can safely enjoy your surroundings at your own pace with no major concern as well as have great visibility when you’ve found the best spot to immerse yourself in a complete new universe.
It’s All About the Nature
Besides being both a form of relaxation and exercise, kayaking and snorkeling also offer a deeper contact with the nature around you. More than just seeing the water, you are able to feel its temperature and texture, taste it and experience the flow by letting it guide you when you give your paddles some rest. Feel the joy of hearing birds sing while they come closer to greet you and witness fish rise to surface. Discover new scents, colors and observe the incredible marine life while listening to the silence in the underwater world.
In no time you realize that the sun, the sky, the water and your living surroundings paint a 5-sense picture of unmatched beauty with you being part of it all.
And with Respect for It
Environmentally-friendly, the kayak is a self-powered transportation mode that does not require the use of gas or oil, allowing you to explore, relax, exercise and interact with your surroundings with minimal impact. Snorkeling likewise is no major threat but it pays to remind that snorkelers should do their part in taking care of the marine life by not touching or interfering in it in any way.Smitten yet? There is a wonderful world to be explored out there, but before setting out for your adventure, make sure you have all the essential gear to make your journey a successful one. In addition to a kayak, a paddle, a diving mask, a pair of fins and a snorkel, it is advisable to take a kayak anchor with you so when snorkeling time comes, you can explore with safety and tranquility and make the most of your experience.
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You recently purchased a new kayak, paddle and PFD, and you’re all ready for some relaxing time on the water. You have everything you need and you’re officially considered a kayaker!
But wait… something’s wrong.
If there’s one part of kayaking that’s not fun, it’s when your kayak flips over.
There's many ways your kayak can flip, but the most common ones are big waves, strong currents and excessive weight.
Although kayaks are designed for maximum stability no matter the conditions, accidents happen and knowing what to do can help you avoid an unpleasant experience