Kayaking is the preferred method of transportation at summer camp, narrowly beating out getting picked up early by your parents. Steer your own ship with this Groupon.
- $59 for two-hour kayaking tour for two ($120 value)
Marshall Hosea, a 30-year kayaking veteran and an American Canoe Association-certified kayak instructor, leads two-hour freshwater excursions into the bodies of water near Willis, Texas. Tours will not be held in severe weather or if there is potential for severe weather.
Texas Kayak Guide
Some of Marshall Hosea's earliest memories involve water lapping gently about the ankles of his oversized boots as he waded into a river or creek for some classic fly-fishing with his father and grandfather. What started as a childhood pastime became a lifelong passion, and Marshall began experimenting with all kinds of boats to enhance his fishing experience. He loved feeling close to nature and the water as he cast lines and baited hooks, and he found the kayak offered him the best experience. As a bonus, the paddle-driven craft left no trace upon the natural beauty he so loved.
Now, he teaches others the joy of kayaking and fishing as the owner and head guide of Texas Kayak Guide. He takes passengers down rivers and creeks, or skimming across bayous and bays, showing them raccoons hunting shellfish, osprey darting into the water to snatch fish, and porpoises swimming alongside the quiet craft. While on the water, he also teaches the finer points of fishing, including everything from how to spot a fish to changing one's tactics to match the seasonal behavior of one's prey.
96% of 27 customers recommend
“He was very friendly & knowledgable!”
“This is a great bargain and a fine adventure. Marshall is knowledgeable, friendly and helpful. Recommended for those who want to catch fish and those who want to...”
“This is a great bargain and a fine adventure. Marshall is knowledgeable, friendly and helpful. Recommended for those who want to catch fish and those who want to commune with nature. Best experiences are during the week; week ends bring out more boaters.”