The full moon tours are probably one of the most beautiful, fairytale-like experiences, you can get on the water. On the full moon tours, you'll get the best from the morning tours and the sunset tours - combined with the magical silvery light of the full moon. You'll both get to explore the secret and usually hidden life beneath the surface, as the tours begin while there's still daylight left. You'll experience the bottom of the fjord with stones, sand, and mussels, you'll experience crabs hurry of the seafloor, jellyfish floating magically in the water, and tiny sea anemones decorating areas here and there. Afterward, you'll experience the warm colors of the sunset over the trees towards the west, and lastly, the full moon will slowly creep above the horizon and become more and more visible and silver. At last, you'll row in the beautiful reflection of the full moon, and the brightest stars will light above you one by one.
The full moon tours begin at various times throughout the season, as if follows the time of the sunset and moonrise. At the beginning and end of the season, the tours start earlier, so if you're bringing kids it might be a good idea to take a look at these. You'll find the starting times of the specific tour in the booking calendar.
As with all tours from VisionKayak, you do not need to have any experience with rowing or being on the water to join the tours. Before the morning tour, you'll get a short introduction to basic rowing technique and the glass kayas on land. You'll wear one of our great swimming vests on the tour, and we'll row on shallow water close to the shore/coast. The glass kayaks are wide, stable, open, and easy to steer, so they are safe for everyone to join the full moon tours! There's always at least one tour leader from VisionKayak that comes with you on the tour.
No, luckily, it's not! The glass kayaks are made out of something much stronger: a material called polycarbonate, that you might know from bulletproof windows. This means that you do not need to worry about the glass kayak cracking underneath you if you hit a rock on the tour on the water. The material is very strong and flexible, and it lets a lot of light come through, which makes it very see-through! This is the biggest difference between a glass kayak and other, regular kayaks and canoes: the glass kayak is entirely see-through, so you can see everything that's happening around and underneath you.
You can try a glass kayak by us - VisionKayak in Skive in Denmark by the Limfjord. You can buy tickets and book seats on one of our planned tours in the season from May to September. You can choose between morning tours, sunset tours, and full moon tours. VisionKayak is one of the only places in Europe you can try the glass kayaks.