Project Description

  • Stand Up Paddle · SUP · Rio de Janeiro
  • Stand Up Paddle · SUP · Rio de Janeiro
  • Stand Up Paddle · SUP · Rio de Janeiro
  • Stand Up Paddle · SUP · Rio de Janeiro
  • Stand Up Paddle · SUP · Rio de Janeiro
R$ 210 BRL
Per person
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Important Informations!

Discounts

Available for large groups(4 or more people)


Minimum Group Size

2 people – If you are one person alone, we can allocate you in another group – CLICK HERE TO SEE OUR SCHEDULE OF TOURS


Itinerary

30 minutes introductory class on paddle techniques and safety procedures – 2 hours Stand Up Paddle trip.


Duration of tour

3 Hours


Suggested starting time

8 AM


Degree of technical difficulty

Medium


Recomendations

Water. Wear: soft clothes, sport shoes, bathing suit and sun cream


Included

Accredited guide, Stand Up Paddle rent and all security materials


Not included

Food, drinks, if you want to include a pickup and drop off service from your hotel or flat, add R$ 70 per person

About our Stand Up Paddle tour in Rio de Janeiro

Our Stand Up Paddle tour starts at Praia Vermelha (Red Beach). The main destination is Pedra do Anel (Ring’s Stone) located between Urca neighborhood and hillside of Leme, near the entrance to Guanabara Bay.

We paddle on average, a total of 3 km, round trip, with panoramic views of the Sugar Loaf Mountain; Christ the Redeemer; Floresta da Tijuca and Niterói.

For people interested in starting the sport, we offer private lessons of SUP (Stand Up Paddle), where you can learn paddle techniques and safety procedures. Contact for more information.

A little history of Stand Up Paddle

SUP (Stand Up Paddle) was born in Hawaii, specifically in Waikiki, in the 60’s. Some say it was the “Beach Boys of Waikiki” that created the sport when they were on their long boards paddling canoe, in order to take pictures of the tourists learning to surf.

In SUP, the practitioner stands up (Stand Up) in a board, generally larger than the surfboard, using a paddle (Paddle) for getting in the water. In the Hawaiian language, the SUP means Hoe Nalu He’e (Hoe = row; He’e = surfing; Nalu = wave). In the early 2000s, some Hawaiian surfers began to practice SUP to catch waves when the sea was not in good condition.

Interestingly, SUP is what gives a chance also to non-surfers, who are passionate about water sports, to venturing on a board, but without all the trouble involving the traditional surf.

Moreover, it is a great exercise that strengthens legs, back, arms and abdomen and provides relaxation with wonderful views. In general, the SUP is practiced in calm waters. But there are those who loves to surf the waves with the equipment!

In Brazil, the SUP arrived there about 15 years, brought by surfers who travel the world. Today, it is practiced throughout the country, especially in beaches of Rio, São Paulo, Brasília’s lakes and even in caves of the Chapada Diamantina and Chapada dos Veadeiros.

How to book the Stand Up Paddle tour

The Stand Up Paddle tour depart daily, you can choose the date and book it to suit your schedule. We need at least 2 people, If you are one person alone, we can allocate you in another group – CLICK HERE TO SEE OUR SCHEDULE OF TOURS.

Book online by clicking the “book now” button. Fill the small form with your information and you will be redirect to our payment page. It is mandatory to pay a reservation fee of R$ 100 per person, it must be paid through PayPal (all credit cards). The other part of the payment must be done cash direct to our guide in the tour day.

botao-booknow
R$ 210 BRL
Per person
botao-booknow
Important Informations!

Discounts

Available for large groups(4 or more people)


Minimum Group Size

2 people – If you are one person alone, we can allocate you in another group – CLICK HERE TO SEE OUR SCHEDULE OF TOURS


Itinerary

30 minutes introductory class on paddle techniques and safety procedures – 2 hours Stand Up Paddle trip.


Duration of tour

3 Hours


Suggested starting time

8 AM


Degree of technical difficulty

Medium


Recomendations

Water. Wear: soft clothes, sport shoes, bathing suit and sun cream


Included

Accredited guide, Stand Up Paddle rent and all security materials


Not included

Food, drinks, if you want to include a pickup and drop off service from your hotel or flat, add R$ 70 per person