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Stand Up Paddle Boarding in Hermanus

A relatively new craze to hit South Africa, stand-up paddle boarding, better known as SUP-ing, is popular for how easy and quick it is to learn. More than this, it is a fabulous way to keep active, enjoy the African sunshine and cool off on a hot summer’s day.

Stand Up Paddle Boarding Hermanus invites visitors and locals to get onto the water of the Kleinriver Lagoon and other areas that provide ideal flat-water conditions for the SUP experience of a lifetime. Exploring the beauty of Hermanus from the perspective of her waterways is very special, and promises stunning photographs and a unique South African adventure.

Because of the large, stable board, stand-up paddling is one of the easiest water sports to learn, even for those that don’t naturally opt for being in the water.

Stand Up Paddle Boarding Hermanus will provide a SUP board, paddle, leash and vest and will give a 20- to 30-minute briefing beforehand to help you to understand how to stand, paddle and move. From there, you will head out onto the Kleinriver Lagoon waterways for an hour, seeing the loveliness of the Overberg region from the tranquillity of the water.

Those wanting to head out on a SUP adventure need only bring their bathing suit and plenty of sunscreen. Groups of between two and five people can enjoy these tours, while bigger groups can be arranged ahead of time.

To contact Paddle Boarding Hermanus please contact Herman De Vries on 082 739 0159

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