Puffins Packraften

Maaiken 40
8300 Knokke-Heist
0485 75 30 23
info [at] puffins.be


Get acquainted with packrafting on an original day trip along the coast. After watching a demo full of tips & tricks, you will head out on your own with a packraft and a mapped-out route that you can finish at your own pace, both walking and paddling. You will cross the Zwin region over a unique 17-kilometre stretch, on and along its most beautiful watercourses. It's accessible for everyone! Free as a bird, alone on the water.

Cross the Zwin region in the most original way: packrafting!

The Zwin is a favourite pit stop for many migratory birds, and is a wonderful place to unwind. It was the beating heart of medieval Europe, and today is the green pearl of the Belgian coast.

The refreshing and varied tour starts in the historic town of Damme, taking in harbours that have long since disappeared. Storks will look on as you make your way along beautiful, quiet waterways, alternating with surprising polder paths. As well as the healthy sea air, you can also breathe in the rich history of the area and find out all about the blue veins of the Zwin region.


When can you go packrafting? Every Saturday and Sunday from April to October, and every day during the summer holidays. You will need to book in advance.


Let Puffins take care of your team-building activities from A to Z: a refreshing and accessible activity on and along the water in our beautiful Zwin region, an original and sociable catering formula with a buffet cooked on large steel pans in the outdoor Fire Kitchen, possibly supplemented with a breakfast, lunch and aperitif, and all in a Scandinavian style. Puffins is a licensed travel agency with two enthusiastic and sociable guides at the helm.
Contact them for a no-obligation quote for your next team-building activity on the coast, in Cadzand or around Bruges. They also offer accommodation for up to 10 people in their B&B in Knokke-Heist.


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