You Can Paddle Past A Shipwreck & Tall Cliffs At This Turquoise Water Paradise In Ontario
It feels like an adventure in Mexico. 😍
Did you know Ontario's 1000 Islands is a stunning turquoise water paradise that makes for a dreamy kayaking adventure?
Even if you've never paddled in your life, you can still book a guided half-day tour with 1000 Islands Kayaking which departs from the Gananoque Marina.
You'll get to visit the stunning rock cliffs at Half Moon Bay, journey near 35 islands which are a mix of national parks and privately owned properties.
But one of the most spectacular sights is a sunken schooner that is viewable below the waves; there is no need to scuba dive to see the boat used to transport coal in the 1800s.
If you want to try it for yourself, the tour runs from May till October, or you can rent a kayak for three hours and go on a self-guided trip.
1000 Islands Kayaking
Price: $75+ for a guided tour or $55+ for a 3-hour kayak rental
When: From Saturday, May 22 until October
Address: 110 Kate St., Gananoque, ON
Why You Need To Go: New for this year, you can also get on the water at sunset to see the magical cotton candy colour sky reflected in the water.
Before you get going, check out our Responsible Travel Guide so you can be informed, be safe, be smart, and most of all, be respectful on your adventure.