Supervised kayak trip from the Tour Fondue
1 Chemin du Bouvet
Do you want to discover the islands and coasts of the Presqu'île de Giens by paddling a kayak? Then this 2-hour trip is for you.
Heading west, you will pass behind the Tour Fondue, whose history you will learn and why it is so named, before heading for the islands of Petit and Grand Ribaud, acquired by Professor Richet, winner of the Nobel Prize for Physiology in 1913, and still partly owned by his heirs. A scientist who conducted astonishing experiments... but shhh! you will know more during the walk! We will also evoke the golden islands, the integral reserve of Bagaud, the island of Levant with the dark hours of the agricultural colony, nicknamed the children's prison. The moment has come to take a magical break on the beach of Grand Ribaud, where you can swim, thanks to the presence of a qualified instructor. If the weather allows it, you will return by passing behind the island towards Polynesia to arrive at the Tour Fondue.
All you need to do is to know how to swim and listen carefully to the instructor's explanations who will be waiting for you on the Bouvet beach at the Tour Fondue. Ten minutes dedicated to the equipment and the handling of the paddle before evoking the course which will depend of course on the weather conditions. He will also take the time to tell you about the natural environment of the Port-Cros National Park in which you will evolve.
Duration : 2h30 with the equipment
Period: from July 1st to August 31st
For everyone who can swim
Loan of equipment included: single or double kayak, paddle, life jackets, water bottles, paddles and maps.
Outing supervised by a qualified instructor
Price : 360€ for a group up to 8 people
40€ / additional person