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Enjoy A Day On The Water Tubing The Comal River In Texas

Enjoy a day of tubing in New Braunfels on the spring-fed Comal River. This trip begins and ends at 217 E Mill St, inNew Braunfels, Texas. For more information or to book this activity, click here.

Travelers may select from various times throughout the day to reserve their entrance in advanced. Float times run approximately 2-2.5 hours with 3 chutes along the way. The Comal River maintains a temperature of approximately 72 degrees Fahrenheit (approximately 22 degrees Celsius) year round. Thousands of people from towns near and far tube down the Comal River in the spring & summer to enjoy the river’s natural beauty. Tubing on the Comal provides another relaxing alternative to tubing on the nearby Guadalupe River. A shuttle will be provided to transport guests and their tubes back up to the river mouth. This trip lasts about two and a half hours and costs just $20.00.


Get ready for some tubing fun In New Braunfels on the beautiful, spring fed Comal River. Fun & relaxing float time runs ~2.0 – 2.5 hours with 3 tube chutes along the way. The ~2.5 hour float includes mild currents, clear water, 3 tube chutes and a host of treasures left behind by tubers make the river an ideal location for tubers. Merchandise, containers, sunglasses, and other items available for purchase for a spectacular river experience! Coolers and cooler tubes are available to rent. For more information or to book this activity, click here.
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Explore Texas’s Beautiful Lake Austin By Kayak

Get on the water quickly and efficiently with our Kokopelli Moki Lite Inflatable Kayak. Our company is the first self-served inflatable kayak, paddleboard/SUP and adventure boat operation in the city. Pick-up is on your schedule at a self-serve locker location shared with you upon completion of sign-up. Take your gear anywhere you like, and ask us for suggestions on where to go and what to see. Enjoy your day on the water! For more information or to reserve your vessel, click here.

Self-Served Water Rentals. Upon booking confirmation we send you the Access Codes for the Smart Lockers and Pickup Location after digital liability waiver via SmartWaiver and a picture of the government issued ID is sent to us. We will coordinate with you throughout the whole process. Self-Served Water Rentals is located at 14100 Low Water Crossing Rd, in Austin, Texas. This activity lasts about 4 hours and costs $45.00.

  • Fast and efficient self-serve kayak and gear
  • Suggestions on where to go, if needed
  • High-quality gear you can depend on
  • Includes everything you need to get out on the water


Whats Included: Included with your booking is 1 Kokopelli Moki Lite Inflatable Kayak, 1 4-piece Kokopelli Alpine Lake Paddle, 1 Dual Action Pump, 1 Adult Universal MTI APF PFD or Nomad PFD (life preserver).

Self-Served Water Rentals (Kayak Rental Package). Upon booking confirmation we send you the Digital Liability Waiver and Rental Agreement. Next, you sign and complete the form. Additionally, you send a picture of yourself holding your ID. Upon receiving both, we send you the Access Codes for the Smart Lockers and Pickup Location. No more waiting in lines. Take your gear anywhere! We’ll offer suggestions if you’d like. For more information or to reserve your vessel, click here.


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This Kayak Adventure From Austin To Barton Springs Is A Summer Must

Discover a new perspective of Austin—and enjoy an active way to explore—on this small-group kayaking tour of the city. Meet your guide in central Austin, grab your lifejacket, and get acquainted with your kayak. Then, set off along the Colorado River. You’ll see local landmarks like the Congress Avenue Bridge (home to a famous bat population), will learn about the city’s highlights and history, and will paddle to Barton Springs. For more information or to book this activity, click here.

We will meet downstairs at the Kayak Rental Desk. We are located at the Waller Creek Boathouse. There is no onsite parking, we recommended parking either on the street or at the Mexican American Cultural Center. From there it is a 5 minute walk through the trail. This trip begins and ends at 74 Trinity St, in Austin, TX The paddle lasts about 2 hours and costs $50.00.

  • This small-group tour, capped at 12, offers a personal way to travel
  • Discover a perspective on Austin that many visitors miss
  • Kayak, lifejacket, and hands-on guidance are all included
  • Learn more about Austin’s highlights and history as you go


Barton Springs is a set of four natural water springs located at Barton Creek on the grounds of Zilker Park in Austin, Texas, resulting from water flowing through the Edwards Aquifer. For more information or to book this activity, click here.

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See All The Amazing Sights At Big Bend National Park In Texas

Welcome to Big Bend National Park! As your audio tour guide, let me paint a picture of this breathtaking landscape. Imagine rugged canyons, towering cliffs, and the winding Rio Grande River. For more information or to purchase this audio tour, click here.

Big Bend National Park is located at Park Rte 12, Big Bend National Park, in Texas. This tour includes 20 different points of interest within the park. Tours last about 8 to 9 hours, and cost $9.99.

Big Bend National Park is a geological marvel evidenced in sea fossils and dinosaur bones to volcanic dikes that mar the desert landscape. It’s a world of species diversity from the meandering river corridor that sidles across the desert floor to the sky island ridge tops that reach for the stars. It’s a place where you can still hear the whispers of pioneers, ranchers, miners, and Native Americans. And it’s a land of borders—a place where countries and cultures meet.

Listen closely to the calls of diverse wildlife echoing through the desert. Hike the trails, marvel at the stunning vistas, and soak in the serenity of this remote wilderness.

From stunning sunsets to star-filled skies, every moment here is a masterpiece of nature. So, sit back, relax, and let’s embark on an unforgettable adventure through Big Bend National Park.

There is a place in Far West Texas where night skies are dark as coal and rivers carve temple-like canyons in ancient limestone. Here, at the end of the road, hundreds of bird species take refuge in a solitary mountain range surrounded by weather-beaten desert. Tenacious cactus bloom in sublime southwestern sun, and species diversity is the best in the country. This magical place is Big Bend National Park. For more information or to purchase this audio tour, click here.


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This Sunset River Cruise In Texas Is Rated #1 In The Country

To soak up the beauty of Central Texas, nothing compares to a laid-back river cruise, with a guide to show you the sights. With this Waco pontoon boat tour on the Brazos River, let your guide lead the way as you see top sights around the city, and scenic landscapes all around. Along the way, hear about the Brazos from your guide, and learn what role this river has played in Waco’s history. For more information or to book this activity, click here.

We meet at the boat slip at Baylor’s McLane Football Stadium – 1001 S Martin Luther King Jr Blvd. Waco, TX. Upon arrival at McLane Stadium, turn right at Gate #1, head to the left for about 100 yds. The dock will be on your right. This trip lasts 2 hours and 15 minutes and costs $93.00.

  • Cruise the Brazos River in Waco on this pontoon boat guided excursion
  • See top sights, like McLane Stadium, Baylor University, and Cameron Park
  • Don’t get lost in the crowd with an intimate experience, capped at 12 guests
  • Get great inclusions—refreshments, free parking, and a guide to take photos


We show you parts of McLane Stadium few fans get to witness from the water and stop for photos if you’d like them! We start our River Cruise on the Brazos River at McLane Stadium and show you some of the best views of the stadium and Baylor University’s campus from the water. Learn about the rich history of Waco and incredible scenery of Texas as we cruise down the Brazos River. We’ll show the beautiful Texas landscape along the Brazos River. Soak in the beautiful scenery of Central Texas as we take you up the Brazos and Bosque Rivers. For more information or to book this activity, click here.

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