Kayaking at Louvre Abu Dhabi

Head down to the Louvre for a peaceful afternoon on the pristine blue lagoons that surround the beautiful dome structure. Weave your way through the different photo points, under bridges and through the canals.

Sea Hawk :

Sea Hawk has a great set up for an enjoyable experience. Choose between a double or single kayak, strap on your life jacket and away you go! The guides are accommodating and so friendly, teaching you the basics of paddling and kayak safety. Sea Hawk provides water and a dry bag to keep your belongings safe. I would highly recommend you take your phone for the stunning photo ops through the tour.

The Tour :

The hour-long tour takes you to multiple photo points around the Louvre. Our guide gave us some great pointers about the architecture of the dome and the intricacies of the design which only added to the awe of the whole experience. The tour took us around the entire perimeter with views of the ocean, Abu Dhabi skyline, and the Sheikh Zayed bridge. Exploring the nooks and crannies of each waterway was the highlight of my experience. I did the afternoon tour and it was absolutely perfect, I can’t imagine how beautiful a sunrise paddle would be.

The tours are available at the below times for AED 126 per person.

6:30 AM (Sunrise)

08:00 AM

03:00 PM

04:30 PM

06:00 PM

Make sure you book on: http://sea-hawk.ae/product/kayaking-at-louvre-abu-dhabi/

Tips and Tricks :

You can park in the free Louvre parking lot.

There are toilet facilities near the parking lot, (make sure you change here before making your way to the starting point)

The Sea Hawk tent is a short 7-minute walk from the parking lot, you can also request one of the buggies to drive you straight there

The tent is secured and always manned so you can leave your bags

Water is provided as well as dry bags if you want to take anything on the kayak.

The double kayaks can hold 2 adults and one small child

Stop by Aptitude cafe after for some coffee and ice cream

Check the weather before you go, the wind can make the current strong



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