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22 Oct 2017
“Unexpected view from Berlin rivers”
31 Aug 2016
“East side tour - nothing special but nice day on the water”
Paddle Berlin, enjoy the stunning waterscape of the legendary Landwehrkanal and the Spree River! Discover an unexpected oasis in the middle of the city caused by a switch of your perspective and the kind of movement. A real daydream! With the best...more
Carl-Herz-Ufer 7, 10961 Berlin, Germany
+49 1514 3405758
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Reviewed 22 October 2017

The kayak tour I did follows the channels in the west side of the city passing through scenographic woods, bridges and weirs. It is an alternative way to discover Berlin and its story hopefully in a sunny day (as I luckily had). The efficient organization...More

Thank PaoloG66
Reviewed 1 September 2016 via mobile

We took the east side tour on a sunny afternoon. There were approximately 16 in our group (8 double kayaks). It was an enjoyable paddle up and back down the canal on a nice day but there wasn't much beyond that. Perhaps I am jaded...More

Thank masongal
Reviewed 29 August 2016

The website informs a price, but it does not mention that the price is per person. See confirmation email: "Tour name: Kayak Tour West (Return Tour 3 p.m. start Tiergarten Station), History and Urbanity 33 € / red. 27 € Date: 28.08.2016, 15:00 - 18:30...More

1  Thank Daniel G
Reviewed 16 August 2016

My wife and I have done kayak tours in cities all over the world and this one won’t be memorable. Information from the guide wasn’t awesome, the kayaks weren’t in great shape, the lifejacket wouldn’t even zip closed, and when the tour ended, we realized...More

Thank BenjaminB591
Reviewed 27 July 2016

The tour starts at Tiergarten, where you get a detailed explanation on how to paddle in a Kayak (many of these are for two people) and off we went, discovering Zoologischer Garten and the Tiergarten from the water. The very informative Kayak tour guides are...More

1  Thank Briandb
Reviewed 22 August 2015 via mobile

Walking, biking, and jogging in berlin. What's next we thought? Kayaking! And we loved it. Took the east tour. One thing I did not get was that the lady responsible said that there's an english tour, but then said it's a private tour..so I wasn't...More

Thank Bys89
Reviewed 4 August 2015

Enjoyed this trip on the River Spree and Landwehr Canal. Double kayaks were stable and easy to paddle. Our first time at going through a lock. Guides offered information on the local area in German and English. There was a stop for water and a...More

Thank 312sarahl
Reviewed 6 July 2015

The route through the west city is really nice and the kayaks are just right for a comfy paddling trip even for beginners. As you start in Kreuzberg and end the tour in Tiergarten, you don't even see things twice. Berlin is just great from...More

Thank medox_de
Reviewed 18 November 2014

Really enjoyed this (did the East tour), took pretty much a whole afternoon (as expected) but definitely glad we made time for it. Not only was there the fun of kayaking, I also enjoyed seeing places from a different angle. The man in charge was...More

Thank Sss0ph
Reviewed 21 June 2014

relaxing nice east Berlin tour, no rush just time to enjoy east Berlin canals with ducks and swans in very comfy kayaks

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hotspot of riots between squatters and police. Today
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Jordan W
15 May 2015|
Response from Tom S | Property representative |
It's easy and for beginners too - we give you a short introduction. Best Tom
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