Now the whole world is going to have its eyes opened to the unique and fantastic paddling opportunities there are in West Sweden. The American TV programme “Facing Waves” has filmed West Swedish paddling over winter, spring and summer.
Paddling in the winter and spring, outside the peak seasons, takes you closer to the real Bohuslän and lets you enjoy its true nature. Enjoy the peace and tranquillity in the archipelago and to have the waters around the islands almost to yourself.
Bohuslän is one of the world's best coastlines to discover from a kayak. From the Gothenburg Archipelago in the south to the Koster Islands in the north, Bohuslän offers magnificent kayaking experiences.
The Koster Sea and islands off the coast in northern Bohuslän make up the Kosterhavet National Park, Sweden’s very first marine national park.
What is so special about paddling in Dalsland? One could maybe call it “wilderness light”. In Dalsland you as a canoeist have the opportunity to experience nature close-up, wild and genuine. Feel like an adventurer, find serenity and experience privacy even though you are only 180 kilometers from Gothenburg and the...
If you're looking for exciting nature experiences, West Sweden is the right place. You have Dalsland - the wilderness region closest to central Europe, the unique Bohuslän archipelago with its beautiful smooth granite shoreline against the open horizon, and the scenic plains, hills and forests of Västergötland.