Whether you’re interested in experiencing some of Lake Tahoe’s most historic sites, secret beaches that can only be accessed from the water, or are ready to see what that world-famous emerald clarity is all about, one paddle stroke at a time, there’s no better way to cove-hop your way along Big Blue’s shoreline than with a kayak tour with Day Go Adventures. Operating from Stateline, NV in South Lake Tahoe, book a tour with knowledgeable and friendly guides, or experience Lake Tahoe at your own pace with your own self-guided kayak rental. Either way, there’s no better way to get the whole fam on the water for an unforgettable Lake Tahoe adventure.
Offering a variety of traditional kayaks for double and single riders, or Hobie kayaks—which propel you through the water with foot pedals—there’s something in Day Go’s fleet for everyone. Best yet, Day Go Adventures also offers the Hobie Tandem Island, a trimaran with a single sail to best enjoy those Lake Tahoe zephyrs that can sometimes kick up in the late afternoon. If you’re on the water during a windless day, simply pedal the watercraft as you would a standard Hobie kayak. Best yet, Day Go is dog (and cat!) friendly, offering RuffWear life jackets to keep everyone safe on the water.
Take advantage of some of Lake Tahoe’s most renowned sites with a Day Go Adventures tour to places like Thunderbird Lodge, Sand Harbor State Park, and Cave Rock, to name a few. And if you’re looking to sail Lake Tahoe’s crystalline waters with a clear kayak tour, be sure to get in touch with Day Go Adventure’s sister outfitter at Tahoe Paddle Sports.
Day Go Adventures Stateline is open seven days a week, from 8:00 AM to 3:00 PM.
For the most current information on rentals, tours, and how to get on the calendar, get in touch with Day Go Adventures directly at (775) 450-4757.
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