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Portugal

Revel in sunshine, nature, history and hospitality in a little-traveled corner of Old World Europe.

  • Paddle through Douro International Natural Park, created to protect the scenic landscape and a host of wildlife species.

  • Travel 100 miles up the Douro Valley, one of Europe's oldest winemaking regions and a UNESCO World Heritage Site

  • Kayak from Tua to scenic Pinhão, the heart of Portugal's wine country.

Discover the natural beauty of Portugal. The Douro Valley ist one of Europe's oldest winemaking regions and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Douro International Natural Park is home to a host of wildlife species including kingfishers, herons, eagles, ospreys, wild boar and one of the last packs of wolves in this region, which lives a few miles inland from the river.

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quinta

Portugal's River of Wine by Kayak & Local Inn
Savor the best in traditional European ambience and cuisine on a Dionysian paddling odyssey between quintas—the vineyard mansions and farmhouses—of northern Portugal's port wine district. Share warm personal connections with our hosts and enjoy an inside encounter with contemporary rural life in Portugal. Paddle the mellow river during the sun-drenched days, hike into the hills for fabulous views, then wine and dine at night.
9-day tours from $5,395

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