Canoe tours between the Baltic Sea and the lake district

Experiences Close to Nature

A canoe trip between Jabelscher Lake and Kölpin Lake, © TMV/Witzel

Canoe tours between the Baltic Sea and the lake district

Experiences Close to Nature

The network of waters in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern offers ideal conditions for every canoeist. A compilation of the most beautiful day and multi-day tours should make the selection easier.

The network of waters in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern offers ideal conditions for every canoeist. A compilation of the most beautiful day and multi-day tours should make the selection easier.

Whether by canoe on rivers and lakes or by kayak on the Baltic Sea, the network of waters in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern offers ideal conditions for every canoeist. These tours promise special experiences for beginners and advanced paddlers alike. Experienced sea kayaking fans can explore the Ostseeküste on their own or take part in guided tours.

Canoeists watch out!

26,000 kilometers of waterways are waiting to be explored in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern. From the Baltic Sea and Bodden coast to island tours, from the Mecklenburg Lake District with its 2,000 lakes to the extensive river network, the largest water sports area in Europe, there is something for everyone.

Quiet, relaxed, just-as-you-go paddling is possible for just one day or a weekend or as a multi-day tour. You can do it on your own or organized as a guided tour. Above all, it should be fun: On the Peene and its lakes, you can relax and enjoy nature without any significant currents, locks or differences in height. If you look closely, the water glistens a little proud of its EDEN award ("European Destinations of Excellence"). On the lovingly christened "Amazon of the North" you will hardly meet a soul - but you will see sea eagles, kingfishers, herons and beavers. Adventure-seekers can experience a little more action-packed water travel on stretches of the Warnow. But the Mildenitz, Trebel, Elbe and Elde, Tollense and Uecker and, last but not least, the Recknitz will also get you on board for great outdoor water fun.

With the sea kayak on the Baltic Sea and Bodden

And it doesn't always have to be inland. Experienced sea kayakers will find exciting areas with rough, energetic waters around Rügen, Stralsund or on the Greifswalder Bodden. The Fischland-Darß-Zingst peninsula offers a special perspective. Tens of thousands of cranes gather here in the fall before heading south. Here you can paddle quietly in harmony with nature and marvel at the flight of the birds.

Canoe Tours in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern

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11 Ergebnisse

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Feldberg lake landscape

  • Length: 17 km
  • Etappen: 1 Tag

Stages: 1 day Crystal-clear lakes with turquoise water and shining water lilies - a paradise for water hikers and nature lovers. In a canoe you will go from the health resort Feldberger Seenlandschaft to Carwitz, right through one of the youngest and most beautiful end moraine landscapes in Europe. Paddling through a fascinating animal and plant world, where there is much to discover for small and large captains.

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© TMV/Gänsicke

Schwerin Lakes Tour

  • Length: 50 km
  • Etappen: 4-5 Tage

Stages: 4-5 days Enchanting castle scenery, endless expanses and green shores - a treat for nature and culture lovers. The challenging tour across the two-part Schwerin Lake, in which the Schwerin Castle is imposingly reflected, leads past small islands, cozy villages and rustling reed belts.

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© Tourismuszentrale Rügen GmbH

Great Jasmund Bodden

  • Length: 22 km
  • Etappen: 1-2 Tage

Stages: 1-2 days The Great Jasmund Bodden is with its length of 14 kilometers and its 6 kilometers width one of the largest Bodden waters on Rügen and offers enough space for variety.

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© Tourismusverband FDZ/voigst & Kranz UG

Kayak around the peninsula

  • Length: 64 km
  • Etappen: 3 Tage

Stages: 3 days From three small islands the power of the sea created in the course of the centuries a large headland: Fischland-Darß-Zingst. In a kayak you have the opportunity to explore the landscape of the National Park, the vastness of the Baltic Sea and the secrets of the Bodden waters very closely, from an unusual, unique perspective.

Read more: "Kayak around the peninsula"
© TMV/outdoornormaden

Mirow-Müritz round trip

  • Length: 36 km
  • Etappen: 1-2 Tage

Stages: 1-2 days This varied round trip leads through quiet lakes of the Müritz National Park to the water lily paradise north of Mirow. Through the Bolter Canal it goes over the southern tip of Germany's largest inland lake, the Müritz, back to Mirow.

Read more: "Mirow-Müritz round trip"
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White water romance

  • Length: 85 km
  • Etappen: 5-6 Tage

Stages: 5-6 days This tour could hardly be more multifaceted. In the breakthrough valley, the temperament of the two rivers Warnow and Mildenitz meets and provides a lively paddling pleasure. Afterwards, the gentle Warnow spoils you with a quiet tour to the gates of the Hanseatic city of Rostock.

Read more: "White water romance"
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Upper Havel Tour

  • Length: 38 km
  • Etappen: 2 Tage

Stages: 2 days In the primeval forests of the Müritz National Park, the source of the Havel River ripples in secret before it becomes noticeably wider and feeds dozens of lakes. Most of the tour takes place in the Müritz National Park. No noise, no hustle and bustle. At most, a small traffic jam because a family of ducks crosses the path quacking.

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© Tourismusverband Mecklenburgische Seenplatte/Tobias Kramer

On the Swiss lakes

  • Length: 56 km
  • Etappen: 4-5 Tage

Stages: 3-4 days From Dahmen at Lake Malchin, this tour leads through the unspoiled natural landscape of Mecklenburg Switzerland, which is home to beavers, ospreys and kingfishers, among others. Historic places like Malchin, Neukalen and the Hanseatic town of Demmin invite you to visit.

Read more: "On the Swiss lakes"
© TMV/Roth

Canoe trip on the Havel

  • Length: 15 km
  • Etappen: 1 Tag

Stages: 1 day In the primeval forests of the Müritz National Park, the source of the Havel ripples in secret. A short time later, big and small water hikers can paddle from lake to lake in peace and quiet. No noise, no hustle and bustle. At most, a small traffic jam because a family of ducks crosses the path quacking.

Read more: "Canoe trip on the Havel"
© Lewitzcamp Garwitz

Canoe round trip-Garwitz

  • Length: 11 km
  • Etappen: 1 Tag

Stages: 1 day The tour of contrasts: Canal and old river at the gateway to the bird paradise "Lewitz". Get up close and personal with cranes, kingfishers, herons and beavers.

Read more: "Canoe round trip-Garwitz"
© TMV/Grundner

On the Amazon of the North

  • Length: 80 km
  • Etappen: 6-7 Tage

Stages: 6-7 days Hardly any other river in Germany is surrounded by so much wild nature as the Peene. On a length of about 96 km it meanders through fens, peat bogs, forests, floodplains and rarely through single villages. Every kilometer here becomes a nature experience - eye to eye with white-tailed eagles, kingfishers, otters and beavers.

Read more: "On the Amazon of the North"
© TMV/Roth

Feldberg lake landscape

  • Length: 17 km
  • Etappen: 1 Tag

Stages: 1 day Crystal-clear lakes with turquoise water and shining water lilies - a paradise for water hikers and nature lovers. In a canoe you will go from the health resort Feldberger Seenlandschaft to Carwitz, right through one of the youngest and most beautiful end moraine landscapes in Europe. Paddling through a fascinating animal and plant world, where there is much to discover for small and large captains.

Read more: "Feldberg lake landscape"
© TMV/Gänsicke

Schwerin Lakes Tour

  • Length: 50 km
  • Etappen: 4-5 Tage

Stages: 4-5 days Enchanting castle scenery, endless expanses and green shores - a treat for nature and culture lovers. The challenging tour across the two-part Schwerin Lake, in which the Schwerin Castle is imposingly reflected, leads past small islands, cozy villages and rustling reed belts.

Read more: "Schwerin Lakes Tour"
© Tourismuszentrale Rügen GmbH

Great Jasmund Bodden

  • Length: 22 km
  • Etappen: 1-2 Tage

Stages: 1-2 days The Great Jasmund Bodden is with its length of 14 kilometers and its 6 kilometers width one of the largest Bodden waters on Rügen and offers enough space for variety.

Read more: "Great Jasmund Bodden"
© Tourismusverband FDZ/voigst & Kranz UG

Kayak around the peninsula

  • Length: 64 km
  • Etappen: 3 Tage

Stages: 3 days From three small islands the power of the sea created in the course of the centuries a large headland: Fischland-Darß-Zingst. In a kayak you have the opportunity to explore the landscape of the National Park, the vastness of the Baltic Sea and the secrets of the Bodden waters very closely, from an unusual, unique perspective.

Read more: "Kayak around the peninsula"
© TMV/outdoornormaden

Mirow-Müritz round trip

  • Length: 36 km
  • Etappen: 1-2 Tage

Stages: 1-2 days This varied round trip leads through quiet lakes of the Müritz National Park to the water lily paradise north of Mirow. Through the Bolter Canal it goes over the southern tip of Germany's largest inland lake, the Müritz, back to Mirow.

Read more: "Mirow-Müritz round trip"
© TMV/outdoor-visions.com

White water romance

  • Length: 85 km
  • Etappen: 5-6 Tage

Stages: 5-6 days This tour could hardly be more multifaceted. In the breakthrough valley, the temperament of the two rivers Warnow and Mildenitz meets and provides a lively paddling pleasure. Afterwards, the gentle Warnow spoils you with a quiet tour to the gates of the Hanseatic city of Rostock.

Read more: "White water romance"
© TMV/outdoor-visions.com

Upper Havel Tour

  • Length: 38 km
  • Etappen: 2 Tage

Stages: 2 days In the primeval forests of the Müritz National Park, the source of the Havel River ripples in secret before it becomes noticeably wider and feeds dozens of lakes. Most of the tour takes place in the Müritz National Park. No noise, no hustle and bustle. At most, a small traffic jam because a family of ducks crosses the path quacking.

Read more: "Upper Havel Tour"
© Tourismusverband Mecklenburgische Seenplatte/Tobias Kramer

On the Swiss lakes

  • Length: 56 km
  • Etappen: 4-5 Tage

Stages: 3-4 days From Dahmen at Lake Malchin, this tour leads through the unspoiled natural landscape of Mecklenburg Switzerland, which is home to beavers, ospreys and kingfishers, among others. Historic places like Malchin, Neukalen and the Hanseatic town of Demmin invite you to visit.

Read more: "On the Swiss lakes"
© TMV/Roth

Canoe trip on the Havel

  • Length: 15 km
  • Etappen: 1 Tag

Stages: 1 day In the primeval forests of the Müritz National Park, the source of the Havel ripples in secret. A short time later, big and small water hikers can paddle from lake to lake in peace and quiet. No noise, no hustle and bustle. At most, a small traffic jam because a family of ducks crosses the path quacking.

Read more: "Canoe trip on the Havel"
© Lewitzcamp Garwitz

Canoe round trip-Garwitz

  • Length: 11 km
  • Etappen: 1 Tag

Stages: 1 day The tour of contrasts: Canal and old river at the gateway to the bird paradise "Lewitz". Get up close and personal with cranes, kingfishers, herons and beavers.

Read more: "Canoe round trip-Garwitz"
© TMV/Grundner

On the Amazon of the North

  • Length: 80 km
  • Etappen: 6-7 Tage

Stages: 6-7 days Hardly any other river in Germany is surrounded by so much wild nature as the Peene. On a length of about 96 km it meanders through fens, peat bogs, forests, floodplains and rarely through single villages. Every kilometer here becomes a nature experience - eye to eye with white-tailed eagles, kingfishers, otters and beavers.

Read more: "On the Amazon of the North"
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