Learn the secrets and history of Seville through a kayak tour of the Guadalquivir River in the company of a guide. A healthy and fun two and a half hour experience where you will have the opportunity to explore and get to know the most important part of the city.
|+ 26 years||18 – 25 years||8 – 17 years|
|29 €||24 €||24 €|
*Students: From 18 to 25 years old with currently valid student card.
Start time: Please, check the start time selecting an available day in the booking calendar.
Length: 2h 30′.
Meeting point: (View on map)
Minimum age: 8 years old.
The package includes: Showers, changing rooms and lockers will be available for our customers. Equipment, kayak, oars and lifejacket. Use of facilities. Local guide who will accompany you during the tour. Free Travel Insurance
Recommendations: It is essential to know how to swim. Summer items of clothing, like flip flops and a swimsuit are strongly recommended. As participants will get wet on the the kayak tour, an additional set of clothes for use after the journey is also recommended.
Booking time limit: 4 hours in advance.
If you need to cancel your booking, please, contact us.
The Guadalquivir River is of great importance to Seville, playing a fundamental role in trade and exploration during the discovery of the Americas.
Nowadays Sevillanos take advantage of the River to practice different sports and recreational activities, and has always been a consolation and popular spot on hot summer days.
You will receive some basic safety tips and guidelines before beginning your 2 hour 30 minute hour tour of the River. You will be able to shower and change clothes before and after if you wish.
The tours are held in double kayaks and are accompanied by a local guide. During the tour, we will learn some interesting details about Sevilles history and culture.
But most importantly you will get to explore the city from a new point of view while excising and having fun. Group tours are very popular and exciting, even if you do not know anyone in your group.
You are invited to enjoy a beautiful day in the historic city of Carmona. Stroll through the romantic center and the emblematic monuments of the city, also known as the “Lucero de Europa.”
Andalusian cuisine would not be anything like what it is today without the historic inclusion of olive oil. Learn the process of production and how the oil has become a vital part of Spanish tradition.