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Kayak & Paddle through the Stunning False Creek in Vancouver!

If you are looking for some thrilling water sports activities in Vancouver, then look no further, as FEVER is presenting Vancouver Kayak and Paddleboard Rental. The best part about it is you can engage in it on any day of the week except public holidays from 12 a.m. at Vancouver Water Adventures. 

Vancouver is a happening place and there are a ton of things going around the place you might regret missing. Water sports is one of them.

The people of Vancouver, as well as the tourists, are welcome to experience one-of-a-kind kayaking and paddle boarding experiences.

Unlike others, this is a rental service, which means you can take as much time and explore as much as you want on your kayak and paddle board. 

1. What is Included with the Rentals?

Waterlife is a whole different world in itself, and experiencing it on your own or with your loved ones will surely become a core memory of your life. And our friends also include our furry friends.

Thus, not wanting your furry friends to miss out on the fun seems a fair enough argument. So you can bring your pets with you and let them indulge in an awesome swim and have an experience for life.

But for your pets, you’ll have to choose a location other than Kitsilano Beach, as it is not pet-friendly. 

Kayak & Paddle through the Stunning False Creek in Vancouver
Vancouver Water Adventure/ FEVER

But what will be in store for you? Well, pristine waters with stunning views of the False Creeks. Having access to views of outstanding places like Science World and BC Place while floating on the blue waters of Granville Island.

Doesn’t sound like anything less than a thing you should never miss, right? 

Along with the rental, you’ll also be given life jackets to ensure your safety and a demo of safety measures, all of which will be free. 

But you have to make sure to be on time if you don’t want to miss the seal sighting and the time proposed for your kayak ride is 12 noon.

This time is most preferred as the seals and other water animals would still be near the water surface when you go with your kayak. As the noon progresses, there is a slight chance that they might dive deeper into the ocean. 

2. Important Things to Keep in Mind

You’ll have the option to rent either a single kayak, a double kayak, or a stand-up paddleboard. So make sure to select your preferred ride at checkout.

All individuals above 10 will have access to double kayaks. Similarly, all the people above 12 will have access to stand-up paddle boards and the ones above 16 will have access to single kayak rentals. 

You will be given 2 whole hours on your rental to explore the waters and all the views with it and also coming onto an important aspect, you’ll be allowed to sign a liability waiver before you start the ride.

And the people below 19, they’ll need someone who is 19+ as their legal guardian, to sign the waiver for them. The parents or siblings above 19 can accompany their family members too. 

Rentals will be available on a first-come-first-serve basis, so make sure to not be late, and which is why a morning time is preferred. Storage facilities are available to keep all your belongings. 

3. Tickets

You can purchase the tickets for the adventure through FEVER or simply by clicking here. You’ll have to show your smartphone voucher at the locations to make your rentals available.

Vancouver Canada Sea Kayaking Adventure in 4K UHD - False Creek, English Bay, Kitsilano Beach

4. Are You All Set to Enjoy the Incredible Water Adventure in Vancouver?

  • What: Vancouver Kayaking and Paddleboard Rentals.
  • When: On any day of the month except public holidays. 
  • Where: Vancouver Water Adventures, at Granville Island’s 1812 Boatlift Lane.
  • Timings: Morning times are preferred, but you can visit till 4 pm. 
  • Tickets: To purchase the tickets, click here.

Last Updated on by Arnab Nandi

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  • Pankti Parmar

    Pankti is free-spirited girl who always is on a lookout for lively experiences. Hence merging her passion for writing and exploring, she makes sure to deliver only the best through her writing. She has been writing about Canada news and other such related articles with sheer knowledge and expertise.

  1. So many amazing things to experience in one kayaking? Sounds impossible but so true. And then watching the seals is a extra perk that is always included! I also liked that many of the Stunning False Creek access points are pet friendly which means even more fun.

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