Licensed guide leads paddlers through downtown waterways on leisurely two-hour tours that include gear
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What You'll Get
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- 2-hour guided kayak tour or 2-hour kayak class for one
- 2-hour guided kayak tour or 2-hour kayak class for two
A professional guide outfits adventurers with kayaks, paddles, and personal flotation devices for a leisurely paddle along the waters of the San Antonio area. The trip covers a total of 1.6 miles and takes an easy pace to accommodate all experience and skill levels.
Must book reservation in advance.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Reservation required. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift(s). Valid only for option purchased. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Texas Pack & Paddle
The brainchild of outdoor enthusiast Stacey Ohmes Banta, Texas Pack & Paddle unlocks San Antonio’s local waterways for paddlers and fly fishers with kayaking classes, tours, and aquatic sports equipment. Their American Canoe Association–certified instructor explains how to slice the water with paddles and rev a kayak’s engine during introductory lessons that also review safety and rescue techniques. Those with a firm grip on their aquatic steeds can head out with a professionally licensed All-Water Guide, who calls upon wisdom gathered over 34 years of kayaking to lead expeditions through waterways such as the Guadalupe River. Regardless of their chosen pathway to adventure, visitors can rest assured that all staff members hold CPR and first-aid certifications. Further assurance can be found at the company’s store, which outfits explorers with Keen footwear, dry bags and boxes, and Stohlquist WaterWare, and whittles spears for kayakers set to embark on seasonal kraken hunts.