During the last visit of my very good friend Barry from the UK we had the chance to fit a Flat Earth sail into the latest Valley Etain 17-7 sea kayak. We had an excitement paddle/test afterwards in winds up to force 5 (gusting 6).
Over the years we found World Nomads to be the best travel insurance company and this is what we recommend to have when you travelling abroad for either kayaking, hiking or climbing activities. A few times has been used by our clients on kayaking and climbing trips and we had zero issues with them. Read more “Travel Insurance”
The cities of Crete, the capitals of each department (4 total) are Chania, Rethymno, Heraklio and Agios Nikolaos.
[sta_anchor id=”chania” /]Starting from the west, Chania city and capital of Khaniá nomós (department), western Crete, Greece. It was the capital of Crete from 1841 to 1971. The city lies along the eastern corner of the Gulf of Khaniá and occupies the neck of the low, bulbous Akrotíri Peninsula between the gulf and Soúdhas Bay (east) on the site of ancient Kydonia. There are some great hikes in this region. Read more “The cities of Crete”
Below you will find a review for our 4 days kayaking trip in Crete, Greece in south Chania.
The review exist on both English and Norwegian as written from our client Svein Tore during our 4 days sea kayaking journey in Crete.
My partner and I are just back from a 10 day self guided trip on Crete’s south coast (I am 4 star BCU Sea and my partner has her 3 star).
We arranged everything through Stelios (https://www.enjoy-crete.com). Here is some info on what we thought about our trip, in case you are considering going.