Curonian Spit Kayak Tour
Kayaking in Klaipeda
  • Approx. 5-6 hours
  • KLAIPEDA, Lithuania
  • April – October


Join our outdoor activity from Klaipeda, Curonian Spit kayak tour. Curonian Spit is an almost 100 km long narrow peninsula, which separates mainland and the Curonian Lagoon from the Baltic sea. Since the year 2000 Curonian Spit is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site. While mostly known for its drifting sand dunes, pine forests, elks and fine beaches, Curonian Spit also offers rich cultural heritage of traditional fishermen’s way of life, ethnic group Curonians (Kuršiai) and East Prussian history.

Kayaking route stretches along the coastline of nature reserve, which is only accessible by water. Paddling distance is approx. 10km. We discover majestic sand dunes while paddling on the safe and shallow waters of the Curonian Lagoon, watch “fisherman’s best friends” cormorants fishing on the lagoon and learn more about Curonian Spit from the local guide.


  • Europe’s largest drifting sand dunes
  • Lighthouse of Pervalka
  • Old fishermen village Pervalka
  • Picnic on the beach


Pick up from your location in Klaipeda, Nida or Pervalka

Swimming skills are required. This tour is safe and suitable for beginners.

Please let us know about your dietary preferences and dress according to the weather conditions, wear appropriate footwear (sandals or hiking shoes depending on weather conditions would be ideal).

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Private tour price
  • €180,00 per person

The group size is 2 – 9 persons

  • Local English speaking guide
  • Tandem kayaks with rudder incl. All necessary equipment (paddles, dry bags, safety gear, spray skirts)
  • Transfers –pick up and drop off at your hotel
  • Ferry ticket to the Curonian Spit
  • Eco- fee to enter the Curonian Spit
  • Pick nick lunch on the beach
Suggested for comfort
  • water & snacks for personal usage
  • comfortable boots & rain jacket
  • extra socks
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Artur Iwański
Artur Iwański
A very good and interesting guide. Customized trips - which is very useful. If you want to get to know Latvia (which is worth it!) there is no one better. Highly recommended.
Giovanni Paolo Palamara
Giovanni Paolo Palamara
Very interesting trip. Definitely worth it!
Eddie Mantle
Eddie Mantle
Very professional. Valdis, guided a group of 8 around Mangasala, Riga, giving us a fascinating insight into the military history there. Looking forward to the next tour.
Zijian Hua
Zijian Hua
Valdis is an experienced guide, a local from Riga. He has a wealth of knowledge and is always able to tell you interesting history along the way. The route plan of the hiking is also reasonable. In autumn, the fallen leaves near Sigulda are also very beautiful. If you are planning to do an outdoor hike in Latvia too, then don't hesitate to join a walking group organized by Valdis.
I took the tour in Lilaste. The train ride was very relaxing. The lakes and coast were amazing. It is great exercise and a fun way to spend a Saturday afternoon.
John B
John B
Great hike at Lilaste. Friendly tour guide. Definitely looking forward to the next hike. Highly recommended for those who want a short break from the daily routine.
Rachel Pamplin
Rachel Pamplin
I enjoyed I enjoyed my tour of Cesis: Medieval Heritage and Natural Treasures! I loved being able to do a little of many things. Exploring the old city, touring a medieval castle, and a walk through a national park. The scenery was amazing and my guide was knowledgeable and helpful! As a single female, I felt safe the entire time and and would recommend to others!

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