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Reviewed August 19, 2012
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What You'll Get
Kayakers, unlike pancakes or depressed turtles, muster the will to get themselves upright when flipped upside down. Float through life with today's Groupon to Comal Tubes in New Braunfels. Choose between the following options:
- For $13, you get a two-hour kayak rental (a $30 value).
- For $17, you get a four-hour kayak rental (a $40 value).
Comal Tubes ensconces nautical adventurers in sleek kayaks with which to explore the meandering Comal and Guadalupe Rivers. Bobbing atop crystalline waters, paddlers can mix and mingle with the droves of tubers who drift like runaway donuts down the easygoing Comal River, while seasoned kayakers can test their skills and keep their senses sharp on the longer and choppier Guadalupe. The two- or four-hour rentals provide plenty of time for lazy floating, taking in the tree-lined river's picturesque views, and engaging in stare-offs with armadillos. Comal Tubes provides customers with free parking and easy water access in a location only four blocks from the river.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 3, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Subject to availability and weather. Must be 3 or older. Must sign waiver. Transportation of kayak not provided. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Comal Tubes
Comal Tubes provides inflatable passports to the spring-fed waters that converge in downtown New Braunfels with the Guadalupe River's choppier rapids. Toes and fingers trail in the temperate waters throughout a two-hour float, alternately slipping past tree-lined shores and whipping down faster-moving tube chutes, while others seize their aquatic destinies by the oars with kayak rentals. Comal Tubes' free parking, when available and shuttle service grant more time for the water, and the shop outfits river riders with refreshments, ice, sunscreen, and other gear to escape the mundanity of land-based life's preoccupation with shirts and shoes.