Would You Like To Take A Stargazing Tour in Your Kayak at Night?
Do you love to stargaze? Do you love to kayak? What if I told you these two were coming together in time for the annual Perseid meteor shower?
Stargazing is one of my son's and my favorite things to do. We like to have a fire pit, then make a few smores, and then it's off to stargazing into space. We have seen some cool stuff with our own eyes. Now that we have a telescope it is going to another level.
During the Perseid meteor shower, you don't need a telescope to see lots of meteors burning out if the conditions in the sky are right. If you do have a telescope it can't be even more fun to experience.
Kayaking in Michigan
Michigan offers up so many great options for kayaking it is almost impossible to kayak them all in a lifetime.
I have never kayaked at night. My son and I have come to shore a few times at the edge of the dark while fishing on the kayaks. Kayaking at night does sound fun and also has a bit of mystery to it as well.
Night Time Guided Stargazing Kayak Trips In Michigan
They say that some of the best kayaking in Michigan is after sunset and there is a place in the Upper Peninsula that offers guided kayaking and stargazing. What a perfect combination.
The company is called Woods & Waters in Hessel, Michigan, that offers full moon and stargazing kayak trips around the Les Cheneaux Islands in northern Lake Huron. There are two trips that are just for stargazing in kayaks that are scheduled for July 21 and August 10. The August trip is right around the peak of the Perseid meteor shower. There are lots of trips to choose from like the sunrise and sunset trips, and of course the full moon trips. You can learn more about all the trips and book your tour today right here.