Kayaking is our speciality! Rent a kayak and discover the real gem of the Baltic Sea, the Helsinki archipelago. We have a large fleet of kayaks from beginner to more advanced models. We also rent SUP-boards and Fatbikes at our paddling center. Feel the stunning nature of Helsinki and rent a kayak, SUP-board or Fatbike.
The beautiful nature awaits you just outside the city centre – an amazing contrast to hassle and buzzle of downtown Helsinki. The thousands of islands along the Finnish coastline provide a unique nature experience. Join our kayak tours, fatbike tours or try Stand Up Paddling. These are excellent ways to explore the Helsinki nature!
We offer a large variety of options for group events. Our seasoned guides offer the perfect combination of fun and safety in all of our events. The kayak tours are suitable for beginners and experts alike. Apart from kayaking, we offer Stand Up Paddling in the summer and fatbike tours all year round. A perfect option for a company outing!
Visit the seaside terrace at Cafe Natura! Relax over a nice cup of coffee or tea, a refreshing drink, a salad or other delicacies. Our coffee comes from a local roastery, Kaffa Roastery, and we offer Dropp-water, since we are commited to helping restore the health of the Baltic Sea. We welcome you to enjoy Cafe Natura’s beautiful setting!
In the recent years, winters in Helsinki have been very diverse. There are short periods of time, when the conditions are good for one activity, but this changes so quickly. So finding an activity that could be offered through the whole season has been a real challenge. If there is a lot of snow, snowshoeing […]
The city of Helsinki is full of nature! There are parks and forests everywhere. And there are hundreds of islands on the coast of Helsinki on the Gulf of Finland. A lot of the islands are recreational islands, where you can take a break or even camp overnight. This makes one of the best kayaking […]
You can now read more about what Ilkka is doing during and after the kayaking season. You can find Ilkka’s blog Home in the Wild here.