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Kayaking is the use of a kayak for moving across water. Kayaking is generally differentiated from canoeing by the fact that a kayak has a closed cockpit and a canoe has an open cockpit. However, there are many sit-on-top kayaks, and these boats are growing in popularity. They also use a two bladed paddle. Another major difference is in the way the paddler sits in the boat. Kayakers sit in a seat on the bottom of the boat with their legs extended out in front of them. Canoeists will either sit on an elevated bench seat or kneel directly on the bottom of the boat.

White water kayaking involves taking a kayak down rapids. Sea kayaking sometimes also referred to as Ocean Kayaking involves taking kayaks out on to the ocean or other open water i.e a lake. Sea kayaking can involve short paddles with a return to the starting point or "put-in" or expeditions covering many miles and days. Kayaking of all kinds has continued to increase in general popularity through the 1990s and early 21st century.

How to paddle a kayak

How to Inland Cruise in Kayaking

Inland cruising is an admired adventure by many. On inland cruises kayakers and canoeists alike carry along camping gear. During the trip the kayakers will stop in various areas and camp for a short time before proceeding on their inland cruise.

An inland cruise is a relaxing adventure, which is often done on rivers. Inland cruises was popular during WWII, however changes occurred that slowed inland adventures. Still, kayakers, canoeists, and those enjoying outdoors sporting carried on inland cruises by standing up for nature.

Unfortunately, rivers and lakes are contaminated, since unbiased lawmakers allow factories and other businesses to dump waste into the waters. This affects our system immensely, since natural resources are destroyed. In time, the unbiased action may lead to our death.

Overall, if you want to kayak on an inland cruise you will need to learn basic strokes, along with a few helpful advanced strokes. You may want to learn a few rolls as well, since any water you enter into with a boat, presents risk.

Before you go on an inland cruise, learn about the rivers in your area. Many towns have canoe and kayak training facilities. You may want to venture your area to learn what is available to you.

Before you venture off on a river trip, you want to plan. The planning should include extra people, since you will need someone to drive you to the location, and pick you up where you stipulate. You will also need someone willing to meet you along your trip, so that you will have access to your picnic or camping gear. Kayaks are small, so you can only carry a few items along the trip.

An inland cruise is all about enjoying the outdoors. If you enjoy adventures, an inland cruise is ideal, especially if you plan to enjoy camping along the route.

How do I decide which kayak is best suited for inland cruises?

The slalom is ideal if you like feisty trips. You want to learn, practice, and prepare your self if you kayak on an inland cruise. The Eskimo roll is the ultimate choice for those intending to slalom kayak down an inland river. The Eskimo roll will help you during capsizing. If you should flip your boat, you can use the Eskimo roll to regain control.

What should I carry with me outside of camping equipment?

It is up to you. If you enjoy hunting or fishing, then you will need equipment that enables you to enjoy your sport. Hunters should only kill what they intend to eat. Remember, these critters are living, breathing creations. You will need to plan a stop, if you plan to fish or hunt, since fishing in a kayak is not a good ideal. You will need both hands to control the kayak at all times.

How do I protect myself from snakes?

Get out of your kayak and run fast. Just kidding!

Inland cruises include rattle snakes. The snake will give you a warning prior to you meeting him face to face. You want to avoid approaching any snake in inland waters. You can take along with you a snakebite kit, which can help you in the event an incident occurs. If you heed the snakes warning and stay away however, the snake will leave you alone.

The only true critter you want to watch out for while kayaking in the inland rivers is the unfriendly whale shark. This amphibian does not care if you heed warning, it will attack anyway.

How should I handle problems, such as getting stuck in Inland Rivers?

Rarely does this occur. However, you should try to fit a survival kit into your kayak to assist you in the event you do get stuck.

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