Kayakers, unlike pancakes or depressed turtles, muster the will to get themselves upright when flipped upside down. Float through life with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
$49.99 for a kayaking trip for two (a $100 value)
$99.99 for a kayaking trip for four (a $200 value)
This Groupon is valid for any of the four kayak tours listed on the Great Marsh Kayak Tours website:
- The new Nauset Marsh tour whisks travelers to the outer beach, where seals, shorebirds, and ospreys often congregate.
- The tidal tour is perfect for beginners, as it encourages paddlers to simply move with the waves on their way to Parker River.
- Salt marshes set the scene for the Naturalist’s Dream tour, inviting one to explore their barrier beaches and rich history. The marshes brim with wildlife, from snowy egrets to great blue herons, and sometimes mammals such as deer, foxes, and raccoons.
- During Sunset Spectacular tours, paddlers traverse Cape Cod’s calm waters as twilight approaches, with stops for swimming, walks on the beach, and photos.
Great Marsh Kayak Tours
Such scenes, part of Cape Cod’s natural magic, are not lost on Bob Wilds. A retired whale watcher, Bob resides in the Cape year-round. He founded Great Marsh Kayak Tours in hopes of sharing the beauty that surrounds him daily. Bob leads family-friendly adventures, such as the Naturalist’s Dream tour, which immerses groups in the majestic salt marshes and explores how early Cape Cod settlers used this environment to survive. All tours employ the services of the Esperanto, a comfy, easy-to-paddle kayak with ample storage capacity for personal belongings and the native kettle chips found floating in the water.
“We had a great day, the tour was very interesting and we had a blast”
“Everyone was incredibly nice and helpful. We will definitely be back for another tour! ”
“What a wonderful experience. Besides the kayaking we were educated about the plant and bird life indigenous to Cape Cod. We also learned about Horseshoe Crabs and...”
“What a wonderful experience. Besides the kayaking we were educated about the plant and bird life indigenous to Cape Cod. We also learned about Horseshoe Crabs and different clams.”