Kayak and Paddle Boarding in Dubai
If you need a break from noisy and extreme entertainment, you crave peace and quiet contemplation of the surrounding nature, try kayaking and paddle boarding in Dubai. It can be for a break during your trip in Dubai or some quiet time during the weekends after a full week. You can try this activity not only on your vacation but in the evening after a hard day of work, on the weekend.
You can go on a kayak or paddleboard in Dubai nearly all year long. The best time is in the morning so you can enjoy flat water and fresher weather.
The activity is also greatly suited for a whole family with kids.
How does the session go?
You join us at our marina, at Umm Suqeim Fishing Harbour, in Umm Suqeim 2. This is the marina just next to the Jumeirah Burj Hotel, not far from Madinat Jumeirah and the Burj Al Arab. Our marina is very well located and easy to access within 20 min from all parts of the city.
We give you a paddle or the kayak and a life jacket, and you start off at our ponton. For beginners, our paddle instructor will give you a briefing, and you can start from the beach 50 meters from our base. This way you can exercise yourself on the beach. Same thing for the kayak! We have single and double kayaks.
Dress comfortably, bring something to protect your head from the sun, sunglasses, and do not forget the sunscreen!
Price list for kayak or paddle boarding in Dubai
Paddle or single Kayak
➡️ 1h: 60 AED
➡️ 2h: 100 AED
➡️ 1h: 90 AED
➡️ 2h: 150 AED
What should you expect during the session?
The session is independent – you just rent a kayak or paddle board and glide on the water wherever you want. On a board, you can visit the Palm Jumeirah, sail along the coastline and see the city’s most famous landmarks from the sea.
Fishing on the kayak or paddleboard is also an option, just bring your favorite fishing equipment with you.
- Everyone below 16y old must be accompanied by an adult
- All participants must bring their passport or Emirates ID. We will keep it safe at our base. It is a requirement from the maritime authorities, they need the ID of everyone at sea.