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Six unforgettable kayaking adventures

English: Kayaking in the Kodiak Archipelago
English: Kayaking in the Kodiak Archipelago (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

From humpback whale watching in Hawaii to exploring Yellowstone Lake to paddling in the shadow of a Costa Rican volcano, Larry O’Hanlon with Discovery lays out six of the most amazing kayaking trips in the Western Hemisphere.

“If tropical waters aren’t your thing — or it’s summer you have off — Alaska’s Inside Passage is loaded with kayak and canoe adventures,” O’Hanlon writes. “You could spend every summer of your life paddling these waters and never see it all. Instead of coral reefs, you have forested mountains, whales, seals, birds, about 1,000 islands and 15,000 miles of shoreline to explore.”

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