Roanoke Island and Lost Colony Sunset Tour
- Adults: $45
- Children: $30 (12 & Under)
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.
This memorable tour leaves from downtown Manteo and provides excellent photo opportunities of the Elizabeth II (a recreated 16th century sailing ship), Roanoke Marshes Lighthouse and the Historic Manteo Waterfront.
Once we reach more open water, a panorama of the Outer Banks moves into view, and Jockey’s Ridge (the tallest sand dune on the East Coast) becomes visible across the Roanoke Sound.
Outer Banks Sunset & Night Kayak Tours
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. This memorable tour leaves from downtown Manteo and provides excellent photo opportunities of the Elizabeth II
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 see the beauty of the marsh after dark as we paddle through the night on a search for bioluminescence. Watch as fireflies from the deep create light and glow when disturbed.
A new and exciting kayak tour location on the boarder of Duck and Corolla on the Currituck Sound of the Northern Outer Banks. We launch at the newly renovated Sanderling Resort & Spa and paddle around the salt marsh islands and flatwaters salt of the Currituck Sound.
On this kayak tour, we frequently spot ospreys, pelicans, herons, egrets, ibis, terns, rails, skimmers, wrens, and warbles just to name a few. And if your lucky, you just might catch a glimpse of an otter.