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Coolest Guided Kayak Tours in the World

Ready for the family adventure of a lifetime? We give you the 411 on the coolest guided kayak tours on the globe - so start putting the bug in the 'rents ear!

Kayak Tours - Alaska

Alaska The Prince Williams Sound Sea Kayaking tour is one of the most scenic and remote tours you can go on. Imagine kayaking amongst whales, sea lions and seals. Alaska also has amazing scenery that includes glaciers and crystal clear water. But kayaking the great north doesn't come cheap - three day kayaking tours start at $1,000 US per person. Check out www.alaskavisionquest.com for more information.

Kayak Tours - Belize

Belize If you want a once-in-a-lifetime experience, than why not kayak in the jungle. Belize is full of great beaches, rainforests and caves. Paddling in these amazing rivers will make you fall in love with this beautiful Central American country. To book your tour, head to www.adventuresinbelize.com.

Kayak Tours - Hawaii

Hawaii There's something about the water in Hawaii that's more unique than any other place in the world. The rich, blue ocean that surrounds the islands is the reason why tourists flock to the aloha state. If you happen to be on the island of Kona, be sure to take the Ocean Safaris Kayak tour. For four hours you will kayak in caves and maybe even jump off 25-foot cliffs. Only for the most adventurous families! For more information, check out www.oceansafarikayaks.com.

Kayak Tours - Australia

Australia Some of the best scenery and aquatic life can be found in the land down under. If you're in the Sydney area anytime soon, be sure to try the guided kayaking tour of the gorgeous Port Hacking waterway. These Australian tours last two and a half hours and are done throughout the day and even at night. Head to www.tourstogo.com for more information.

Kayak Tours - California

California You can't talk about water sports without mentioning sunny California. Just a few miles south of San Diego is beautiful La Jolla. If you take the kayak tour there, you'll be treated to great scenery like million dollar homes on cliffs, a bunch of caves and amazing sea life. Check out www.lajollakayak.com to book your tour.

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