If you have a plan to explore the most lively part of Hoi An river by yourself, rental our kayak and/or Stand-up-paddle board is the choice. Whether you are looking for a short adventure or multiple days of kayaking, we have what you need. Relax and unwind as you paddle through the quiet waterways of Nipa-palms mangrove forest as well as experience the river life of Cam Thanh village.

We have single kayak, double kayak and stand-up paddle boards which are appropriate for your skill level. The rental includes paddle, PRD (Life vest) and dry bag and also a map to show you where to go.  Our staff are happy to give you a basic instruction if you’re new to paddling.



First 2-hours

Next hour

Stand-up paddle board

USD 15

+ USD 5

Single kayak

USD 10

+ USD 5

Double kayak

USD 20

+ USD 5


  • Returning more than 30 minutes late will result in a charge for an additional hour.
  • Returning early will not result in a refund.
  • Payment: by credit card or in cash (either in US dollar or Vietnam dong) at Hoi An Kayak Tours before your departure

Opening hours: 7:00 AM – 4:00 PM

Everyday except Vietnamese Lunar New Year festival

Where we are?

Find us at Hoi An Kayak Tours Office

Thuan Tinh pier, Tran Nhan Tong street, Cam Thanh commune, Hoi An city, Quang Nam

Hotline: +84 979 437 338 (also available on Whatsapp, Viber)

Google map link here


  • Do I need to make a reservation?

Yes, please !

  • Is there a weight limit?

Paddle Boards have a weight capacity of 225 pounds, and you should be capable of swimming and able to get yourself back up on the board if you fall into the water.

Single kayaks have a weight capacity of 330lbs.

Double kayaks have a weight capacity of 550lbs.

  • Do I have to wear a PFD/life jacket?

Keep in mind that this is a water sport, so you should expect to get wet. You have the potential of falling into the water so you should have the ability to swim. PFDs (Personal Flotation Devices or Life Jackets) should be worn at all times. Please understand that our rentals are not intended to be diving or swimming platforms and your safety while on the water is your responsibility. We understand that at some point you may be in the water for whatever reason. Please be safe at all times by being mindful of the depth of water, conditions, and other watercraft.

For your safety we recommend personal flotation devices (PFDs), commonly known as life jackets, to be worn at all times. Children under 13 are required to wear a PFD at all times. If you are older than 13, you must have the PFD on the kayak/stand-up paddle board when you leave the dock.

  • What to bring ?
    Here is a basic list of suggestions for you to bring. Not only will your trip be more comfortable, but sometimes safer. We ask that you use common sense when deciding what to bring.- Sunscreen
    – Sunglasses
    – Hat or Visor
    – Appropriate clothing that can get wet
    – Sandals, water shoes, or open-toed shoes/sandal that can get wet
    – Waterproof cases, zip-lock bags to store your cell phone
    – A sense of humor
    – A sense of adventure (required)




Varions fun activities and timings for all ages

Immerse yourself in pristine surroundings

Authentic experience getting closer to local life