As the Covid-19 pandemic trudges on into 2022 the adage “only the strongest will survive” is finally starting to play out n the adventure travel world.

March 2020, the world stopped and went into lockdown as Covid-19 raced around the world. We came out of lockdown and into a world with very tentative and rapidly changing travel and quarantine restrictions in the summer of 2020, which severely impacted our season. Then in early 2021 with the start of full-scale worldwide vaccination, we had renewed optimism going into the summer of 2021. However, the 2021 season start was delayed due to more travel and quarantine restrictions, but from the end of July through August we saw a few Europeans recharging their pandemic fatigue on the fjords of Norway. And, now with winter once again upon us and yet another resurgence of the pandemic the summer season of 2022 is going to be anyone’s guess at this point.

When the pandemic hit in 2020, Kayak More Tomorrow reacted quickly and we scaled back operations, quickly put into place a Book with Confidence policy, in which anyone who had to cancel or change their booking due to the Covid-19 restrictions could do so without any extra cost or penalties, we also added health and safety measures to all our programs. These actions have enabled us to ride out the devastating effects that international travel restrictions, borders closures, and quarantine requirements has had on adventure travel and tourism.

Kayak More Tomorrow – 2022 and Onward

During the Pandemic, we scaled back operations and have taken advantage of this downtime by renewing our fleet and paddling gear, reworked our itineraries, added new and exciting trips and programs, and as well our founders, some of the most experienced watermen on the planet, have stepped up and taken on extra duties in the form of guiding & leading trips. This has kept our wheels turning while the world has battled the pandemic. Kayak More Tomorrow is now better prepared than any other outdoor company in Norway to meet the challenges that lay ahead.

Kayak More Tomorrow is your best choice for paddling Norway’s Fjord indented coastline.

Self Guided Sea Kayak Tours Fjord Norway | Kayak More Tomorrow

Sea Kayaking Norway on the Fjords in Norway | Kayak More Tomorrow

Kayak More Tomorrow and Surf Morocco.Fun are benchmark adventure companies for the post-Covid world.

Duration
30 days
Group Size
At least 1

The Nordland Sea Kayak Challenge

Pursuant to Kayak More Tomorrow’s leading role in the sea kayaking industry it is our obligation to challenge our product line and the industry as a whole. We bring to you Expedition Sea Kayaking, a trip that is designed for those who are looking for the next level in guided sea kayak trips.

Expedition Sea Kayaking will give you the opportunity to explore a coastline with an Expedition Leader, an accomplished professional sea kayaker who has logged thousands of sea kayaking miles exploring the world’s coastlines. KMT expedition leaders are intimately knowledgeable of Nordland’s coastline and its waterways.

An Expedition Sea Kayak Trip requires the right location with, challenging waterways, protected harbors, majestic vistas, and intriguing wildlife encounters. Kayak More Tomorrow’s sea kayak specialists after having explored a world of waterways have found that the Providence of Nordland in Norway’s Arctic is the perfect venue for a Sea Kayak Expedition Challenge.

North Norway’s Providence of Nordland is a seemingly endless island world with giant fjords, immense plains, and remote mountain borders. The landscape in Northern Norway is ceaselessly varied, unspoiled, magnificent, awe-inspiring and beautiful; the perfect backdrop for a month-long sea kayak expedition.

Nordland, Norway a sea kayaking eldorado, to the west lie the islands some only visible at low tide others tower more than a thousand meters above the sea. A long Helgeland’s coast there are thousands of tiny islands tens of kilometers from the shore whereas most are flat, but some rise up in strange mountain formations. The Lofoten Islands, dark violet, ancient craggy peaks rise like pyramids; these large islands lie like miniature continents with their mountains, forests and agricultural land, surrounded by the seaways of this awe-inspiring archipelago. Steeped in myths, sagas, fairy tales, and folklore Nordland’s many famous landmarks have contributed to these telling’s, Torghatten, Seven Sisters of Alsten, Hestmannen, Rødøyløve, Landego, Vestfjorden & Vågakallen are just a few that we will discover while paddling Nordland’s spectacular coast.

The Nordland Sea Kayak challenge begins at the southernmost end of the providence where we paddle North to the Northern border of the Troms, Providence in the Lofoten Islands. We meet in Brønnøysund, Nordland’s most southern city. Brønnøysund is a quaint coastal city that once was a major trading center on the sailing route from Bergen to the Lofoten Islands; it is here we do the final preparations of our sea kayak journey through Nordland.

The Nordland Challenge is unlike any other sea kayaking trip. There is no set route, planned stopping places or scheduled overnight campsites. This is a journey, a discovery in its truest sense with everyday unique and undetermined waiting to unfold as we navigate our way through numerous archipelagos, fjords & charming northern settlements

Your KMT expedition leader will lay out a general plan for the challenge with sectional breakdowns and daily objectives. You will discover hidden places and uncover the secrets of this ancient coastal culture. You will camp, stay in cabins, guesthouses, and rorbus and enjoy camp meals, picnics, and local specialty dishes prepared by the region’s best chefs as you paddle your way north.

This is an unprecedented trip in which bragging rights belong to those who paddle this journey; tales from the challenge will be the envy of the cocktail circuit.

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8950 EUR
Duration
1 day
Group Size
At least 1

Highlights Of Ålesund’s Archipelago

This Ålesund tour highlights both place and activity; the whole experience comes together when elements of intimate local knowledge combine with a professional adventure trip designer.

The glistening waterways surrounding Ålesund entice and adventure beckons! Ålesund is a fairytale setting of green grassy parks, lush leafy hillsides, Art Nouveau facades with torrents and sexy curves, historical maritime landmarks, bustling marinas with gentle waves lapping the rocky shores. Here we slip into a sea kayak and glide along glistening waterways that give way to specular fjords dotted with a plethora of islands.

We reach a secluded campsite where a delicious supper of local delicacies prepared with natural ingredients is served in the great outdoors. A crackling fire, good company, and warming night-cap rounds off the evening before retiring to a cozy tent for a well-deserved rest. The smell of fresh-brewed coffee draws you from your tent and a wholesome breakfast energizes, pushing-off, sea kayaks aimed down the fjord to our inevitable entry back into urbanization and the beautiful Art Nouveau architecture.

An intricate archipelago that boasts untold secrets, a hidden campsite known only to an exclusive few, the eminent ingredients for micro-adventure. A visit to Ålesund is not complete without exploring the archipelago the city is built on! So make sure you save some time during your visit for KMT’s micro-tour (24 hours), paddle a sea kayak and camp out in the archipelago.

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650 EUR
Duration
3 days
Group Size
At least 1

Sea Kayak Norway’s Coast – 3-Day Paddle Mania of Island & Lights

The waterways of Ålesund’s archipelago boast an eldorado of magnificent paddling opportunities; gliding amongst picturesque islands, paddling along steep granite walls of jade green fjords or challenging the rolling waves of the North Atlantic where white sandy beaches speckle outer islands that abound in bird and sea life.

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1950 EUR