This is a unique adventure paddling around an entire island, through thousands of small islands and reef. The tour around Smøla is a journey through varied landscapes, with tidal pools, bays, and coves only accessible by kayak. Smøla consist of more than 4000 islands and reef, and it has Norway’s largest ”low-land prairie”, with large, flat marshlands. The west side of the island has thousands of small islands and islets. To the north, Veiholmen stretches out into the North Sea like an index finger. To the east, sheltered coves and islands form a delightful archipelago. To the south, there are magnificent panoramic views of the Tustna mountains, with unique landscape on the islands of Edøy and Kuli. In Smøla, you can fish for trout in small lakes. Around Smøla, sea eagles soar majestically over the landscape, and offshore bite big cod willing. This tour around the island is a fairly long trip for those with less experience. To make this trip fit for people of all experience levels, we have arranged this trip over 4 days. Our base camp, where we start and end the tour, is at the charming Smøla Havstuer. Here you will eat tasty local food, and if all goes to plan the sauna will be warm for us on arrival. During the trip, we stay in tents, and for the last night we will stay in a lighthouse just outside Veiholmen. With the tents and food in our kayak, we have the flexibility to paddle as far as we want to each day. The certified guide is equipped with all security equipment needed for the group.