S:t Anna is a kayaker’s paradise. Paddling about in a kayak is a great way to see the local landscape, spot wildlife and explore uninhabited islands and otherwise-inaccessible areas. The never-ending changes in the surroundings never seem to get old. After a day on the water, set camp and enjoy the rhythmic sound of the sea, birds, and the silence. Enjoy a nicely cooked supper whilst watching the sun going to rest.
Set out on your own, with all the knowledge and equipment you need provided by us and with a suggested itinerary tailored to your preferences and to the current weather conditions. S:t Anna's archipelago has alot to offer all summer long, from may until the very end of september.
For a tour containing of three to four days you will absolutly be able to bring food for the entire tour. Water is always possible to refill on some of the islands, all summer long. With that said, during some parts of the summer you'll find resturants and other service accommodations out on the Islands, and therfore you (with our help) can plan you kayak tour after that.
During the warm summer days from midsummer until the end of august you will find restaurants and other service accommodations out on the islands. During a kayak tour of three or four days you can enjoy a nice restaurant visit at Aspöja in the north. Or visit, in our opinion one of the best bakeries in Sweden, located on Harstena in the south. Or why not both?
Later in the season when the restaurants and accommodations start closing their business and the holiday season in Sweden is over you will enjoy the peaceful silence in the archipelago. You will now be able to explore the entire archipelago even the birdprotected areas that are closed earlier in the summer. And the best, the water temperature is still ok for a swim even if the hot summer days are over.
May 12th - Sept. 24th
from 9.00 to at least 18.00