1-Day Fully Inclusive Trip Lake Kivu Kayaking
1-Day Fully Inclusive Trip, Journey to the African Rift Valley and go kayaking trip on Lake Kivu. Kayak on a journey of discovery and paddle peacefully along the spectacular coast of one of Africa’s Great Lakes and witness the verdant landscape, vibrant local communities, birds, and wildlife that thrive in the water, on the shores and islands of Lake Kivu. Setting off from the resort of Gisenyi.
We provide full instruction, so you don’t need any previous experience. During the activity, the guide will stay close to be on hand if you need their help. We need to leave promptly, so please be ready on time. However, there are no refunds for missed departures. Bring a hat, sunscreen and wear light clothes – such as shorts and a t-shirt that can get wet and a change of clothes to change into at the end. A raincoat is also a good idea in the wet season.
Most people go barefoot in the canoes and kayaks, but footwear that will get wet is recommended for when you get out at the end. Sandals work well and flip flops are ok.
Please leave behind your jewelry, phones, cameras and anything else that could be damaged by water or lost if it doesn’t float!
Lake Kivu (Lake)
No accommodation (End of tour)
Meals & Drinks:
Lunch (Breakfast & dinner not included)
Drinking water (Other drinks not included)
End of tour (See Getting There for more details)
You’ll be dropped off at the airport.
We believe in value for money. Every guest would like to have the most reliable and comfortable vehicles on safari. In response to the clients’ needs, we have a very strict vehicle replacement policy that ensures a young fleet at all times. We have a total fleet of 225 well-maintained motor vehicles, predominantly 4-wheel drives. This does away with the problem of sub-contracting vehicles and driver-guides, which may compromise the quality of services. Our safari vehicles are specifically converted for maximum space and comfort. All of them have hatched roof and sliding windows to facilitate good viewing and convenient photography during game drives and sight seeing.