Riga at Night Kayak Tour

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Duration of the tour is 3 hours
Tour Description

Riga at night kayak tour is our and visitors favorite activity!

Riga from water will show you the city from a different angle. We kayak river Daugava and Riga city canal during the late evening when city life calms down and other face of Riga can be discovered.

On our way bridges in lights, lit fountains, many beautiful parks and even a few families of beavers in the canal.

There is no previous experience needed, instructions and a pro guide is with you at all times.

This will be a tour that you will remember forever!

Departure & Return Location

At the entrance of St Peters church


From 1st of April – 31 August at 22 00

From 1st of September – 31st December at 20 00

Price Includes

  • Kayaks and paddles
  • Waterproof bags for your belongings
  • Instructions
  • Professional Tour Guide
  • Transport from St Peters church to the starting point and back
  • Excellent mood at the end of it
What to Expect

Staying in the city center but getting out in the nature, thats how you feel on our kayak tour.

History of highlights like Freedom monument, National Opera, Riga Central market, Bastion Hill and much more.

Get a chance to see a member of a beaver family! many of them inhabit City Canal

Make photos on the way of most beautiful sights in the city in lights

Fresh air beautiful sights and a little bit of physical activity will make you feel relaxed and charged with positive emotions.

Join us on Riga at night kayak tour.

  • 19 bridges , fountains, parks, city in lights and perfectly spent time
  • Most beautiful tour in Riga will be something that you will remember forever!
  • Duration about 3 hours (2 on water + instructions etc)
  • Distance of the route is 8 km
  • Starts at 20 00 from the entrance into St Peters church
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