Book your spot a month in advance. For booking you can drop her an email on firstname.lastname@example.org and let her know when would you like to book for. She will confirm your booking on email and give you her number.
Her instructions for the day of the Kayak would be
1. Reach at 5:30 pm at the Big Bite Restaurant near the jetty in Havelock Island
2. Come and have fun!!
3. Time: 2.5 hours of Kayaking after the sun has set
4. Cost: Rs 3600 per person to be paid in Cash after the Kayaking
On the Day of Kayaking
Tanaz will receive you at the Big Bite Restaurant. She won’t be hard to find as she has a very overwhelming strong personality. She rides a bicycle, so you’ll spot her easily. She will take you to her locker which is a small hut from where the Kayak starts.
You may keep all your belongings safely in the hut. She will give you a bottle of water for the Kayak trip which you can keep in your kayaks.
Instructions Before Kayaking
Once she helps in putting the Kayak’s in water. She will take you on the side, hand you the paddle and teach you how to row. The things she will teach you –
How to Stop
Instructions if you tip over
How to balance yourself on the Kayak
Preparing for Kayaking
Once you have learned how to row, she will help you sit in the kayak one by one and let you in the water and ask you to row backwards so you stay where you are.
She will help others in and then start the tour. It is a 2.5 hours night Kayaking tour that is a experience of lifetime
The Ultimate Kayaking Experience with Tanaz
The first thing you will notice is the Bioluminescence in water. Tanaz will ask you to do a back row to see the light in the water. That was the highlight of the tour. Every time you slow down, you will see everyone in the group playing with the light in the water that is generated with the nitrogen that is highest near the Mangroves. The bioluminescence provides oxygen to the nursing fishes near the Mangroves.
We spotted the Saturn & Jupiter planets as soon as we started the tour. They were apparently very easy to spot for anybody who knows about stars.