Amalfi - Maiori
DEPARTURE / RETURN LOCATION
Discounted rates are valid for clients booking in advance only
Clients without a reservation will pay the full price
April and May, October (low season)
Lido Delle Sirene Beach
June to September (high season)
1-6 people ̶€̶ ̶6̶9̶ € 59 per person
7+ people ̶€̶ ̶6̶5̶ € 55 per person
Children under 13 are entitled to a further discount of € 5
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English speaking local guides and instructors
All the necessary equipment (check Equipment page for more info)
kayaks, paddles, life jackets, waterproof jackets, watertight bags, hats, spray skirts.
HQ photo service
photos will be sent by email once the tour is ended.
fruit, energy bars.
changing rooms, restrooms, luggage storage.
Available at the beach (not included)
Restaurant and Bar (check Restaurant page)
Lido Degli Artisti 0 Km fresh seafood restaurant and bar (high season only).
Sunbeds and umbrellas
Once we have put on our life jackets and adjusted the footrests on our kayaks we will be ready to set off to the east towards Maiori.
For those who have never been in a kayak there will be a short introductory lesson on how to kayak and safety at sea.
The route will take us along Amalfi’s finest beaches as well as close by sulfurous springs and into sea caves, giving us the opportunity to admire the old watch towers that dot the entire length of this coast.
Not too far from the starting point, right before passing the center of Amalfi, we will kayak in front of the Saint Andrew Grotto, a huge natural sea cave full of stalactites named after the patron saint of Amalfi (Andrea).
Then we will go for the villages of Atrani and Marmorata, where we will see an enchanting waterfall tumbling from the cliffs straight into the sea, together with some coves containing sulfurous springs.
Paddling farther along the coast we will be able to admire beautiful villas clinging to the cliff sides and the luxurious lemon gardens of Ravello, Minori and Maiori.
Finally we will reach Maiori, where we will see by the superb Bay of Cavallo Morto (Dead Horse Bay) and visit the Pandora Grotto, another enormous natural sea cave whose stalactites are a reminder of the antiquity of this immense cove in the rock.
The return trip to Amalfi will give us a different but equally remarkable view of both sea and land.
What to bring
Sun screen (highly recommended)
Change of dry clothes
Light-colored t-shirt (for protection against the sun and preferably made of Lycra)
Shoes suitable for water such as water shoes for kayaking or rubber shoes.
Flip-flops work fine as well.
Sunglasses with safety cord
Sailing or mountain-biking gloves (if protection for hands is needed)
In order to participate to the tour all the participants must be able to swim and be in good health and shape (people with medical conditions such as obesity, cardiovascular disease, etc. that affect sport activities cannot participate for safety reasons).
Each minor (18-) must be accompanied by one adult (18+) which will be paired with in a double kayak.
All the participants will be given double kayaks which are very stable and easy to manage. In case of groups with an odd number of participants, a single kayak will be provided.
All tours are intended as group tours. For private tours please contact us.
On the day of the tour all clients will have to show an identity document.