As the saying goes, Prior Preparation and Planning Prevents Poor Performance. Here are six essentials to ensure your next canoe touring adventure is a successful and fun one.
If you want to mix adventure, excitement and cultural learning in a pristine tropical paradise, the Cook Islands are for you.
For most of its length, Ireland’s River Barrow flows smooth, like a perfectly poured stout. But a good river, like a decent pint, is judged by the white frothy bits on the top – and that’s where things get interesting when you’re paddling a fully laden canoe with your septuagenarian Dad at the helm…
A versatile, all-rounder with a design that’s been perfected over centuries
Feel like exploring some of NSW’s premier rivers via paddle-power? Check out the NSW Canoe & Kayak Trail network
You can avoid damaging expensive watercraft by choosing a good quality carrying system
From the shop to the shoreline, this complete guide to finding the right paddle craft and gear has got you covered. It’s time to hit the water
You’ve got your watercraft and your paddle, now it’s time to get in the water, right? No. Before you even go near the water, you need to sort out the most important item on any paddler’s shopping list: safety gear.
From the shop to the shoreline, this complete guide to finding the right paddle craft and gear has got you covered. It’s time to hit the water.
Diving and canoeing are the obvious attractions of the Pacific’s Cook Islands. But delve a little deeper and you’ll also find subterranean wonders, such as stalactites and skeletons.