Kayaking is a workout that surrounds you with nature, like chopping down a tree or escaping from a coffin. Look alive with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $55 for kayak tour of Madeline Island for one ($100 value)
- $99 for kayak tour of Madeline Island for two ($200 value)
Tours will take place from August 27 to September 1.
The three-hour kayak tour of Madeline Island treks across four miles of varied terrain through Big Bay State Park. The sea caves on the island are breathtaking and, being in shallow water, are a great place to go swimming. Tours will cover beautiful sandy beaches and sandstone cliffs surrounded by the crystal clear waters of Gitchee Gumee. Tour goers will get the opportunity to hike through some of the last old growth Boreal Forest in America or lounge on ancient sandstone. You will also have a chance to go cliff diving and swim through an underwater cave.
Gitche Gumee Getaways, LLC
The expanse of Lake Superior the surrounding Apostle Islands National Lakeshore have endless pockets of natural splendor. Just ask the guides at Gitche Gumee Getaways, who have spent years of exploring the area, only to find untapped locales of awe-inspiring landscapes. The team dedicates their time helping others seek out places of serenity by sea kayaking, stand-up paddleboarding, and hiking.
Whether crossing to an island or exploring a sea cave, the team specializes in private or small group eco tours. These outings might drift along the sands and sandstone cliffs of Madeline Island and Meyer's Beach, navigate the wooded waterways and shallow caves of of Big Bay State Park, or snorkel the underwater shipwreck of the Finn McCool to search for treasure chests filled with advice on how to be cool.
Eco tours often include breaks for swimming or hiking through the last old-growth Boreal Forest in North America. Tour goers are also free to explore on their own by renting a sit-in kayak, sit-on-top kayak, or paddleboard complete with instruction.