Doubtful Sound

Doubtful Sound Kayak

Doubtful Sound Kayak

Doubtful Sound Kayak Full Day Tour is designed to maximise the time spent on the water of Doubtful Sound. Kayak with us and experience Doubtful Sound from Sea Level during your 4 hour Kayak from Deep Cove at the head of Doubtful Sound, followed by return water taxi

Your Doubtful Sound Kayak Adventure is the longest kayaking day tour of Doubtful Sound. During your 4 hour paddle you will journey up to 15km* into Doubtful Sound following Hall Arm, “The Sound of Silence”.

We are a local company showing Doubtful Sound to 10 guests per adventure. This ensures a personal experience is provided by your Kayak Nature Guide.

Meet us in Te Anau or Manapouri. Car parking is available in Te Anau at our office. Your Doubtful Sound Journey includes a coach from Te Anau, relaxing cruise on Lake Manapouri and transport over spectacular Wilmot Pass into Deep Cove.

Launch your kayak into Doubtful Sound at Deep Cove. Wildlife encounters may include Dolphins, Seals or Penguins. Your return to Deep Cove is via Water Taxi Cruise

Doubtful Sound Kayak Key Points:

  • The longest kayaking day tour of Doubtful Sound (4 hours paddling, up to 15 km)
  • Doubtful Sound Kayak travels into Hall Arm, the most spectacular Fiord in Doubtful Sound, which is famously referred to as the home of “The Sound of Silence”
  • We kayak out into Doubtful Sound and return by water taxi, so you explore more
  • Wildlife, including dolphins, penguins, seals and sea birds inhabit Doubtful Sound
  • Your kayaking guide is with you at all times
  • We cater for small numbers with a maximum of 10 kayakers in double kayaks
  • Courtesy coach from our office in Te Anau or we can meet you in Manapouri
  • Cruise on stunning Lake Manapouri and courtesy coach over the spectacular Wilmot Alpine Pass
  • We are a small local family owned company.


Space is limited to just 10 passengers per journey and so we suggest you make your booking right now to avoid disappointment.

To book your Doubtful Sound Kayak please click here for more information.