Did you know...?
German Oscar Speck once kayaked from Germany to Australia over a seven year period. Upon his arrival downunder in 1939, he was arrested over fears he was a spy.


Although the expedition ships are well-suited to the waters found within these extreme environments, they can only take you so far. Therefore, if you want to extend your explorations further then the best way of doing this is in a kayak. Discover secretive caves and coves, investigate shallow waters which your ship cannot possibly traverse, and get closer than you ever thought possible to any inquisitive wildlife in the area.

You will be led by experienced guides, given the appropriate safety equipment and only taken out on calm waters. Even if you have never been in a kayak before, there will be plenty of opportunities to get out on the water and experience your intricate surroundings from a unique point of view. Kayaking was actually invented in Greenland and so you will be able to experience it in its spiritual home, as well as many other destinations across both Polar Regions.

A number of expeditions that offer the chance to enjoy this activity are listed below.

*All activities are subject to change and weather conditions. Places may also be limited and additional costs may be incurred. Please clarify all your voyage details with a Fred.\ representative at the time of booking.

Featured Kayaking Expeditions

Sea Spirit
  • Departure: Jul 2015 for 9 nights
  • Destination:

    3 Ports - Arctic

  • Itinerary:

    Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, Canada - Arctic Watch Lodge - Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, Canada


Exc. Flights
Please note: Price includes all activities, meals and accomodations but not the mandatory transfer package on this land-based expedition.

Kayaking Expeditions