Guided Kayaking Tours on the Wisła river

Paddle with KiM on the Wisła river

We invite you to paddle with us in kayaks and canoes on the Wisła River. Instructors of the KiM Foundation will be your guides and coaches.

We work currently on preparing a menu of trips on the Queen of Polish Rivers between Sandomierz and Płock. We are planning three types of summer and fall trips, lasting from 1 to 7 days:

Sightseeing-touring trips,
during which the participants will not only enjoy the beauty of the Wisła itself, but also will have an opportunity to see selected towns on the river banks. There will be two basic trips on offer.

Trip from Sandomierz to Warsaw. The participants will paddle the Sandomierz section of the river near Pepper Mountains (Góry Pieprzowe) and then through Małopolska Wisła Narrows and Mazowieckie Flats. Sightseeing of Sandomierz and Kazimierz is included.

Trip from Warsaw to Płock takes participants along the Warszawa and Płock Basins. Sightseeing of Modlin fortress and Czerwińsk is included.

Family trips
are trips for the whole families. Many adults have dreamt about such adventures when they were young. The discoverers will get into canoes and will paddle downriver to discover, together with qualified guides, the mysteries of Wisła. After a busy day of paddling they will build camp in enchanting, uninhabited places. But before they fall asleep in their teepees, they will be invited to participate in workshops on the history, habits and legends of Native Americans, Australian Aborigenes and Innuits. 

Training – sightseeing trips
, prepared for the graduates of KiM kayak school or in general for people who want to enhance their safe padding skills, in a kayak or a canoe. During the trip, in addition to training led by KiM instructors, there will be opportunities for sightseeing trips. 

Within the trip fee the KiM foundation provides: canoes with paddles and life vests, transfers of participants and equipment depending on the itinerary chosen, service of instructors and guides, teepees, folding cots and teepee stoves.