The Mani Peninsula is located not far from the town of Kalamata. Mani is a natural paradise and a true hidden gem of the Peloponnese. Between the soaring Taygettos Mountains and the azure waters of the Messinian Gulf lie the picturesque villages of Kardamyli and Stoupa.
Discover this unique stretch of coastline by kayak! The rugged shores of this idyllic peninsula along with the incredibly fertile hinterland that surrounds the two villages never fail to amaze visitors. During the tour, we paddle through crystal clear water, discover hidden caves, and swim in the Blue Grotto.
Our five nautical mile (10 km / 6 mi.) tour leads past impressive rock formations and secluded sandy beaches. A picnic on one of these beaches with time for snorkeling and swimming rounds off our wonderful nature experience!
This tour can be booked on any date between March and November with a minimum of 2 participants.
We paddle at a relaxed pace along the coast with its numerous rocky outcrops, hidden caves and rock gardens. We also pass impressive cliffs and secluded sand and pebble beaches.
One of the greatest highlights of our kayak tour is a visit to the Blue Grotto, a natural cave whose waters shimmer in multiple shades of blue where the sunlight pierces the water’s surface. Dive into the aquamarine water: Swimming in the Blue Grotto is a truly unforgettable experience!
About halfway through our tour, we make our way to a beautiful beach where we enjoy a picnic and have time to swim or snorkel. Having regained our energy, we then make our way back to Kardamyli. Sadly, our tour ends here, but you will bring home many wonderful memories of your time in this natural paradise!
You will receive a detailed introduction to kayaking techniques by a professional guide before the start of the tour. The guide is always on hand to ensure your safety, which is our top priority.
75 € per person
65 € per child
Mar – Nov
8 days/7 nights
Apr – Nov
8 days/7 nights
May – Nov
Moderate – Demanding
2 days/1 night
All Year Round
May – Oct
Easy – Moderate