Kayak Explorations, LLC - Explore 'unreality'
Each of our kayak trips are guided trips.  Our guides are licensed and experienced in guiding and also familiar with the lake. 
We offer several kayak and camping trips with more to come.  We will do speciality trips if you let us know what you have in mind.
Children 10 years and older are welcome.  We would request that they also know how to swim.  We offer life jackets as part of our gear, which must be worn at all times.
3 - hour
This is an easy-going trip across the bay into a canyon that offers hiking and swimming.  A good way to spend a few hours getting to know the lake and its beauty.
5 - hour
An easy trip across the bay and into at least 2 canyons.  This is one of our favorite trips.  It offers swimming, hiking, sight-seeing and, of course, kayaking.  Includes lunch.
2 - day trip
We leave in the morning of the first day and enjoy a sight-seeing trip up the lake to one of the most popular canyons on the lake.  The first part of the trip is by a motorboat to the campsite, where we set up our tents.  Then kayaking in a canyon with some hiking.  Back to the campsite for dinner and a fire on a beach.  Hopefully, some ghost stories, but always the beauty and serenity of the lake.  We will return to our starting point by 4:00 on the 2nd day after some more kayaking and swimming and hiking.
3 - day
Starting at 9:00 a.m. the first morning, we meet at the bottom of the launch ramp and load all of your gear onto the support boat.  A scenic, one hour-trip uplake, to a beach near our canyon. 
We unpack our gear and set up our tents and campsite, then head out for a short kayak trip.
Return to the beach for a dinner on the beach and a campfire.  Retire early to our tents because tomorrow will be our biggest kayak day.
Leave early on the 2nd day for a full-day of kayaking, hiking and exploring nooks and crannies of the lake.
We will take rest stops along the way, and kayak only as fast or slow as ALL of our kayakers can go.  No one will be left behind.
Return to the campsite, tanned, tired, and thoroughly enchanted with the lake and all of it's beauty.
Another cook-out on the beach, with a campfire and ghost stories or sing-a-longs or maybe just a chat fest.
The 3rd morning, we set off early on another kayak trip, with some new places to explore.  Return to the campsite at lunchtime, eat lunch, tear down camp and head back to the marina.
4 & 5 day trips
These trips are very similar to the 3-day trip with the exceptions of going farther uplake and seeing more canyons.  We will have choices to make.  We could see Rainbow Bridge on one of our days and kayak in the canyon where it is.  We will be able to swim, kayak, play games on the beach or just sit and read for a while in the warm sun. 
We will meet at the bottom of the launch ramp at 9:00 on the morning of the first day and load the support boat with your gear.  Then travel uplake taking in some sightseeing along the way.  The trip uplake could take as long as 2 hours.
You will learn some history of the lake and also enjoy some stories of happenings on the lake.
Unloading the boat and setting up camp will take about 2 hours.  We will then have some time to kayak in the afternoon and early evening. 
We will kayak each day and have time for dinner and maybe even a campfire each night.  Bring a harmonica or a guitar if you have one and can play it.  We always enjoy music on the beach.
On the final day, we will return to the launch ramp at 4:00 in the afternoon.  Plenty of daylight left if you need to travel on to your next destination.
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