Posted by on 19 September 2018 | Comments


Congratulations to Kanu Kapers for achieving Advanced Ecotourism Certification for their sustainable one day and multi-day Noosa Everglades kayak tours.

The Noosa Everglades region is known for its pristine waterways meandering around the most amazing natural landscapes. One of only two everglade systems in the world, this region is full of endemic flora and fauna just waiting to be discovered. There’s no better way to explore this amazing region than from the mirror-like water onboard a kayak with Kanu Kapers.

Kanu Kapers offers a range of guided or self-guided tours which can be done as single or multi-day trips. Multi-day tours offer bush camping in designated areas where you can fall asleep under the stars, enjoying the simplicity of nature.

Kanu Kapers scenery

Cruising along the water in a kayak is a sustainable, low impact way to enjoy the Noosa Everglade region. Home to 44% of Australia’s bird life and over 1,350 plant species, you are sure to observe a diverse range flora and fauna throughout the tour and is particularly enjoyable for avid bird watchers.

Owners Vivienne and Kym go out of their way to ensure their guests are getting everything they want from their tours. Vivienne is a kayaking champion with over 35 years of experience in guiding kayaking adventures and Kym is a personal development speaker, a perfect leader for their team building and school camp programs. Both owners are passionate about the environment and will transfer an attitude that promotes discovery and appreciation of the local Noosa region.

Whether you’re looking to spend the afternoon drifting with the river while you spot for animals or if you want to go on an adventurous 4-day white water canoeing tour, Kanu Kapers has you covered.

Kanu Kapers boats 

The team at Kanu Kapers know their guests will be inspired by the beautiful nature of the region which they believe significantly helps to promote its conservation. Connecting with the natural environment is sure to be the highlight of the trip and will leave you feeling inspired to have more ecotourism experiences! Once again, we congratulate Kanu Kapers for achieving certification and welcome them to the Ecotourism Australia family.

For more information about Kanu Kapers tours, check out their website or Facebook page.

kanu kapers trees 


[Photos: Kanu Kapers]

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