The current begins to ease and thefoam slows. You continue to enjoy the sensation of gliding along, admiring the scenery or trying to move slightly against the current.
If you’re within earshot, Cedric will give you a presentation on this natural area, its emblematic species such as the salt meadow sheep, which are withdrawn during the spring tides, and how they function…
A flock of birds is spotted in the distance: the Havre de la Vanlée is home to some 150 different bird species, a veritable ornithological reserve. Cédric will also be on hand to answer any questions you may have about water-based activities, with the EVB offering a range of materials.
Between wonder and discussion, you move away from the group, as the ebb tide is just beginning, and Cedric motivates and directs you up the Havre towards the submersible route. That’s it, the foam is rolling back again. You then head back towards the shore, back to the starting point.
Once on dry land, you put the paddles back in place and set off again, conquered by the scenery and relaxed by the activity provided.
Important information: the EVB reserves the right to cancel the outing or to use another support if weather conditions are not suitable for safe stand-up paddling.