Kayaking is a variant of canoeing, used by the Inuit.
It differs from the "classic" canoe, ie the Canadian one, because it is designed to be moved and maneuvered by a double blade paddle. The Canadian canoe, on the other hand, is pushed and maneuvered with the use of a single-blade paddle.
The word kayak means "men's boat", as opposed to umiak, "women's boat". The first kayaks were made of wood covered with animal skins and were built directly by the men who intended to use them.
In Val di Lima you can experience the thrill of a descent in total safety, accompanied by an expert guide who will teach you how to use this fantastic means of navigation!
About 3 hours
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Nautical material and technical clothing (shoes included)