Kitty Hawk Maritime Forest Kayak Tour – Safari River
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Experience the seclusion of the Kitty Hawk Woods Coastal Preserve as you kayak along this amber creek under a canopy of Live Oaks and Red Maples. Just a stone’s throw from Kitty Hawk Road, this trip offers a special look into the forest reserves that still exist on the Outer Banks.
While kayaking, let our guide teach you about maritime forests and the diverse terrestrial biomes that make up our barrier island. This kayak tour is great for all skill levels from beginners to seasoned veterans. The shelter provided by the tall trees of the forest keeps the water here calm, even on windy days.
Outer Banks Kitty Hawk, Nags Head, & Manteo Kayak Tours
Wind your way with us through the northernmost marshes of the Cape Hatteras National Seashore’s, America’s first National Seashore. Look, listen, and learn as our guides unlock the wonders of these estuarine ecosystems and the abundant wildlife which calls them home.
Come and discover what often goes unseen on the Outer Banks. Kitty Hawk Bay provides an excellent venue for some of nature’s most inspiring moments. Within sight of the Wright Brother’s Memorial, this area is very much as it has always been
Come ponder the fate of the lost colony as we kayak through the marshy canals of Roanoke Island. Learn about early colonization and the growth of American Communities here on the Outer Banks.
Take a step back in time as we paddle through the Alligator River National Wildlife Refuge, one of the largest and most pristine Wildlife Refuges on the East Coast. Discover the history of Buffalo City’s logging community and the story behind on of prohibition’s most famous “moonshine capitals”.
Experience the seclusion of Kitty Hawk Woods as you kayak along this amber creek under a canopy of Live Oaks and Red Maples. Just a stone’s throw from Kitty Hawk Road, this trip offers a special look into the forest reserves that still exist on the Outer Banks.