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About Kayak & Cabana
The Kayak & Cabana, located in Labelle, near Mont-Tremblant in the Laurentians region invites you to discover the meanders of the Red River by canoe, kayak or SUP. Let yourself down by the current and enjoy the sandy beaches, perfect for sunbathing, swimming and picnics. Kayak & Cabana is the perfect place to introduce children and adults to the pleasures of the paddle. The section of the red river borrowed by Kayak & Cabana is accessible to all. The courses are peaceful, without rapid and requires no special skill.
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Harleyflhx2007 wrote a review Aug. 2021
L'Ile-Perrot, Canada146 contributions51 helpful votes
the place looks great but upon booking they should say that the river has very low water level and you have to do more walking in the river then kayaking. also should mention that a double kayak is not recommended due the heavyweight during the low level.
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Date of experience: August 2021
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Alvaro A wrote a review Jul. 2021
Montreal, Canada145 contributions73 helpful votes
Excellent experience! Everything well organized, very nice and helpful team, and the ride itself is calm and beautiful. Recommended
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Date of experience: July 2021
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Heidi wrote a review Aug. 2020
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Everything was perfect, right up to the last part of this trip. This was my second 12km trip down the Rivière Rouge with my sister in a double kayak. Like last year (2019) the booking was easy and the staff were excellent. This year, of course, COVID-19 changed things but the staff again were excellent: one person at a time at the check in desk, all clients needed to wear masks in their building, and staff kept their distance when they explained the route. The trip itself is beautiful and the kayaking is easy. It is truly an amazing experience. But at the 12km mark, everything goes a bit wrong. Under normal circumstances, the disembarkation point is crowded but during COVID-19, this is not appropriate. There were staff there to help but there weren't enough to direct traffic or keep up with the pace to ensure that people could keep apart. However, we were outside, so the risk was probably low. But then you have to get back to Kayak and Cabana to get back to your car. How do they do this? They pack you onto a full shuttle bus where there is zero social distancing. It is a small school bus and every single seat is full. Yes, all the windows were open, yes, everyone had a mask on, and yes, everyone had to disinfect their hands before getting on the bus. But we were seriously on top of each other. I would have thought that at least they could have run the shuttles at half capacity and run them more frequently. I get it that small businesses have been hit hard during COVID-19 and that they need to keep costs low but this was not appropriate. I would not have done this trip if I knew that the shuttle ride was waiting for me at the end. In the end, I should have called to verify the details but what a unpleasant surprise at the end of an amazing experience.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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traveller910693 wrote a review Aug. 2019
Chelsea, Canada13 contributions3 helpful votes
this site is beautiful. The paddling down the Riviere Rouge is just stunning. all you have to do is enjoy. they provide everything you need. They pick you up at the pre agreed time - no hassle.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Marla C wrote a review Aug. 2018
Rockwood, Canada71 contributions16 helpful votes
We rented 2 double kayaks for paddling down the Rivière du Diable near Labelle, PQ. Easy to reserve in advance. Reasonable prices. Basic beginning dry land lesson in kayaking (we were not novices) and off we went. Paddled down stream in calm water. Able to stop along the way on wide shore beaches and go for a dip or just relax and have a snack. Made it to the end meeting spot well ahead of time and were able to hop on one of their pick up buses right away. Quick return trip to the parking lot and Kayak Cafe. Great kayaking fun!
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