A typical traveller to Finland would fly in through Helsinki, Tampere or Turku airports or take the ferry (Viking Line or Silja Line) from Stockholm in Sweden, another ferry from Rostock in Germany or Tallinn in Estonia. Travel by car is also possible combining several ferries. You could cross the Finnish border from Russia in the east or through Lapland from northern Norway or Sweden.

 

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Basecamp 1 is on the Gullö island south of Ekenäs. Easy to access by car, by the waterways from Ekenäs. Basecamp 2 (lat: 59.8501, long: 23.4097) is located in an extraordinary place, and available for our kayaking customers. We offer sauna, meals and indoor accommodation on this remote island. It is a much appreciated destination where we can offer most of variation to all sorts of sea kayaking. We organise paddling classes and recreational meetings here in combinations with archipelago tour. Beds for 6 persons, official camping spots nearby and have 10 seats around the dinner table.

"- After two weeks of crisscrossing we still have lots of new places to go"

The above statement was made by a German client after coming back from his two week kayaking experience. We are pleased to assist you on your trip. We can instruct you on how to handle the kayak in different situations. Our guides can show you and tell you about places you could not have reached alone. You are also free to go on your own provided you have the skills and experience to navigate and find your way.

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