The Rehoboth Beach & Cape Henlopen areas provide hundreds of amazing kayaking excursions for all ability levels. Whether you want to explore the back bay ecosystems of the Rehoboth Bay or venture out to the Outer Wall of the Delaware Bay, there is a kayak excursion for each & every person. Paddle along side pods of dolphins, see the Harbor Lighthouse, & get up & close with nature on one of Quest Kayaks Eco Tours.
Quest Kayak is located in Historic Lewes, DE just over the canal drawbridge. They offer many different kayak tours throughout the Rehoboth Beach & Lewes area. Their expert guides will lead the way on what is sure to be a memory to last a lifetime. Quest also rents kayaks by the day & week.
For Tour & Kayak Rental Information visit their website at www.questfitnesskayak.com or give them a call 302-644-7020
Delaware Seashore is known for its amazing fishing spots. From Flounder to Striper, there are plenty of fish to be caught at the Delaware Beach. A main hot spot for Delaware Fishing is the Fishing Pier located in the Cape Henlopen State Park in Historic Lewes, DE. Enjoy the 1/4 Mile long fishing pier as you work to catch that trophy fish. The pier is also great for crabbing or just catching a view of the beautiful Delaware Bay sunset!
Lighthouse View Tackle is located at the entrance to the fishing pier. They offer bait, tackle, food, drinks, & rent fishing poles by the day. So if you don't feel like bringing all of your gear down with you, Lighthouse View Tackle has you covered.
For information visit their website: www.lighthouseviewtackle.com or give them a call at 302-645-2722
Every year thousands of dolphins make their way to the Delaware Coast. They can be spotted from the beach, but the real show happens when you are out on the water with them. Set sail on a Dolphin Cruise out of Fisherman's Warf in Lewes, DE. Located on the canal, Fisherman's Warf provides morning dolphin tours starting at 9:30am. Why not create a memory that will last a lifetime as you watch these amazing dolphins put on their show!
For more information please visit the Fisherman's Warf webiste: www.fishlewes.com