Canoeing eNanda Dam

📍eNanda Adventure Park, Iqadi

We may have mentioned once or thrice that there’s loads to do eNanda. This week we have toured it, hiked it, cycled it, and to complete the Inanda experience as a last stop we paddled it.

🥳Fun factor: by the time we hit the water, we weren’t up for racing but instead chose to take a gentle paddle to take it all in and relax. The dam was calm and the views were lovely, making for a wonderfully peaceful close out experience in the water.

🏋🏾‍♀️Fitness level: requires a moderate level of overall fitness for an enjoyable outing. Not physically taxing if you just go slow.

👧🏾 Suitability for kids: at Inanda specifically, they only have life jackets for kids weighing above 40kg.

💸Cost: R175 Unguided including equipment hire or R185 for a guided trip.

🤩 What we loved most:
– Having explored inanda on foot and by bike, it was great to experience it on water. At the heart of iNanda valley, the dam offers lovely views of rolling hills and the surrounding villages. Gratitude. That’s the feeling that overcomes you sitting in these waters.

🚦 What you need to know:
– Canoeing eNanda is permissible under the adjusted level 3 lockdown primarily because the facility has access control. Strict covid protocol is being followed, and booking is essential. To get your paddle on, contact @greencorridors or @enandaadventures .

In short: find your flow and row, row, row