9Mar

Top 5 Kayak Destinations in the World

Brittany Reed

We love partnering with new and innovative companies, and this portable Kayak is bound to be the next big thing in adventure travel. Thanks to its innovative and compact design, so much is possible with the Justin Case Kayak in terms of travel. We like to think that with a portable kayak and perfectly engineered travel gear, any adventure is possible.

Nothing beats travelling, whether on a whim, or following some serious planning. Especially fun are spontaneous adventures, like biking or kayaking at a new destination! Here is our bucket list of places that are must-dos for anyone from paddleheads to weekend kayak enthusiasts.

 

5. Boundary Waters Superior National Forest

Minnesota, U.S. Boundary Waters starts off our list at number five. With its 1200 miles of canoe routes and 2000 campsites, Boundary Waters is an ideal place to have a Justin Case Kayak on Hand. Covering one-million plus square acres, the forest has an abundance of breathtaking vistas, impressive hiking trails, and seemingly endless canoe and kayak tracks. With JCK, you can enjoy all Superior Forest has to offer. Thanks to its portability, it is no problem to pack up the kayak and hike to the next lake and then spend a day on the water.

4. Glacier Bay: Alaska, U.S.

Glacier Bay is not only a United States National Park, it is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Park is unique in that you can experience multiple different climate zones in one place. With snow-capped mountain ranges, temperate forests, wild coastlines, deep fjords, and glaciers, there is no shortage of scenery or adventure. This is the perfect place for the Justin Case Kayak, because it won’t slow you down while you travel through the thousands of acres of vibrant parkland. Be sure to bring your Hercules backpack too, and explore the other great hiking offered throughout this explorer’s paradise.

3. Fiordland, New Zealand

Fiordland is a kayaker’s paradise. This region of New Zealand is defined by deep fjords [or sounds] surrounded by lush rainforests with an incredible view of the snow covered Southern Alps in the distance. The calm waters of the fjords allow for endless, uninterrupted paddling. Incredibly remote, Fiordland has no cities and is only accessible by boat or helicopter, which means that your Justin Case Kayak is a travel necessity thanks to its small travel size.

2. Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada

If you want to get close to nature, Vancouver Island should definitely be on your list. Kayakers here have the unique opportunity to get up close and personal with orcas, humpback whales, eagles, river otters, black bears, seals, and porpoises. A remote and protected area, the island sheltered waterways make this an ideal place for kayakers. Because getting to the Island will require an airplane and maybe a boat or two, a compact kayak and utility travel gear is a must!

1. Patagonia: Argentina

Topping our list is a place that is on almost every adventurer's dream list: Patagonia. Located in South America Argentina, Patagonia is an ideal place for kayakers who take adventuring seriously. Fjords, volcanoes, hot-springs, beaches, glacial rivers, islands, and inlets define this unique part of the country and make for a truly incredible trip. There will be no shortage of opportunities to be spontaneous on this trip!

Check out kayak rentals ahead of time and make sure you dress in layers when on the water. If you are looking for a kayak you can pack on a plane, consider Justin Case Kayak. Thanks to its innovative and compact design, it is no problem at all to pack it up and take it on an airplane or throw it in a car for your travels. For your other adventure gear, check out our fan favorite Hercules Backpack or Lance Daypack.

 

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