On our second full day there we went on the sea kayak adventure which was a paddle around one of the nearby islands and a visit to Blue Lagoon Beach. Flat calm and stunning views to be out on the water in a kayak, really enjoyed the couple of hours.
The beach that we launched from was a few mins walk from the main beach, this spider was just at the entrance to the path and was fairly impressive.
To get to all the water activities from the resort involved walking across a narrow spit, photos to follow in future blogs, to get to an island which was called Goat Island. When we walked around to the beach to launch the kayaks from we got our first view of the goats.
The group consisted of the three of us; my mum, Kat and I, two other guests plus two guides/instructors so was a nice size. We set off from the beach across to the bay to the yachts and then onwards through the island channels.
Totally flat calm morning but very much had the heat building.
We got to explore inside the caves around the island which was great fun, love having kayaks for this as it means you can get right into the caves. Not something you can do from a yacht or other boats.
Was a lovely relaxing paddle around the island, enjoying the views and the peace of being out on the water in kayaks.
The water was so clear that the views were just as good looking under the water as they were above.
We were all very glad to reach Blue Lagoon Beach as it meant we could go for a swim and cool down.
I went for a swim around the lagoon and looking back on the footage I am one amazed by how clear the water is but also how good the GoPro 7 is under water.
After a good cool off we then paddle back to the resort, Kat had the GoPro with her for this part of the paddle.
Lovely calm paddling.
We had a short race just before reaching the beach.
Love the colours in this photo.
Great few hours out on the water in kayaks, so glad that we did it.