Florianopolis, Brazil

Full-Moon Canoeing
Full-Moon Canoeing
Full-Moon Canoeing
Full-Moon Canoeing
Full-Moon Canoeing
Full-Moon Canoeing
Full-Moon Canoeing
Full-Moon Canoeing
Full-Moon Canoeing
Full-Moon Canoeing
Full-Moon Canoeing
Full-Moon Canoeing
Full-Moon Canoeing
Full-Moon Canoeing
Full-Moon Canoeing
Full-Moon Canoeing
Full-Moon Canoeing
Full-Moon Canoeing
Full-Moon Canoeing
Full-Moon Canoeing
Full-Moon Canoeing
Full-Moon Canoeing
Full-Moon Canoeing
Full-Moon Canoeing
Full-Moon Canoeing

Full-Moon Canoeing

$30

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Highlights

Experience 2 hours of canoeing in a Hawaiian catamaran canoe under the full moon
Enjoy the beautiful landscape of Floripa
Learn canoeing techniques and Kanaloa philosophy
Safe and suitable for all, no experience required
Healthy and exclusive outdoor activity

Description

Experience the beauty of Floripa from the sea in a Polynesian canoe with over 3000 years of history. Watch the full moon while canoeing in a Hawaiian catamaran canoe guided by experienced instructors. This tour is recommended for anyone interested in sports, physical activity, or enjoying the full moon from a unique perspective. Kanaloa Vaa values safe, receptive, and equal spaces, with a sense of family, where everyone can share learning, and responsibilities, help, cooperate, work hard, love for the Earth, and enhance the Spirit of Aloha.

Who This Experience Is Good For

This experience is ideal for anyone interested in sports, physical activity, and watching the full moon from a unique perspective. No experience is required, and anyone can participate.

Meet Our Local Host 

KANALOA VA'A is a Hawaiian canoeing school founded in 2003 and based in Florianópolis. They value creating safe environments for learning and continuous improvement with the safety of everyone involved as a priority.

Itinerary 

6:15 pm: Meet-up by Arena Unimed by MUDE
6:15 pm: General canoeing techniques, Kanaloa philosophy, and the canoe set-up
6:30: Leave for the ocean towards Guará Grande Island or Hercilio Luz Bridge, depending on the wind direction
8:30 PM: Activity finishes at the same spot

PS: there will be also time to relax and contemplate the full moon.

What’s Included

Paddling activity
All necessary equipment (oars, life jackets, instructor)

What’s Not Included

Food and drink 
Gratuities for your guide (optional, but appreciated)

Know Before You Go

Minimum Needed: 6 people
Maximum Capacity: 12 people
Booking Deadline: 7 days before the event
Weather Dependent: Yes
Difficulty Level: Medium
Special Clothing Required: Yes - The practice is barefoot, and all participants get wet to the knees to get on and off the canoes. Dress for physical activity appropriate for the weather of the day. A bathing suit under clothing. Windbreaker jacket or light jacket just in case.
Special Dietary Restrictions: N/A
Extra Cash: N/A
Ground Transportation: Not included
Additional Information: This is an exclusive activity for RY members. If we don't reach a minimum of 6 people, Kanaloa will open the event to non-remotes.
Liabilities: The liability for any injury, loss, or damage incurred by participants is not assumed by Remote Year or its affiliates.

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Sasha
An incredible way to see the city.

An incredible way to see the city.

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Sarah
Lovely evening on the boat working with the group...

Lovely evening on the boat working with the group to paddle out to see amazing nighttime views of the city.

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Sarah
Fun evening on the bay canoeing with the group and taking in the sights

We headed out on the shockingly tiny canoe (that held 12 people!) powered by our own strength and knowledge of Disney songs. Our guide provided instructions (through Val the translator-extraordinaire!) and we rowed out into the darkness. The views were great (although must of us didn't have our phones for fear of losing them in the water). We made it all the way under the bridge where the views were unmatched! We each got a bottle of water on the boat and a snack. After a quick break, we rowed back to the beach. The hardest part was getting the boat in and out of the water. Prepare to get your feet/legs wet as you climb in and out of the boat in the water.