Join us for a few hours of paddling on lake Vättern! In collaboration with our partners at VätternKajak. This is an excursion suitable for the ones who wants to try kayaking for the first time, or who only has been trying it a few times before. It is also a great way to visit places you usually don’t reach when on land. On our tours from Medevi we paddle to the wrecks and to some of the beaches. We will make a stop to have some snacks/something to eat. It is not included - so please bring something you wish to eat.

This tour is taking place every Friday evening from July to August.

We work along with VätternKajak regarding kayaks and equipment.

DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATION Medevi Brygga, north of Motala (2km west of Medevi Brunn)
DEPARTURE TIME Fridays at 17:30
Kayak Guide & Kayak Instructor
All the needed equipment
Clothes suitable
Transport to/from the start

This tour is in collaboration with VätternKajak (

Questions, reservations and payments

If you have any questions – please contact us at
To make a reservation, please use the online booking system below. When you make the reservation you also pay online with a credit card.

If you cancel the tour less than 72 hrs prior to its start you will be given the money back – except for 200 SEK/booking (not per person) which we keep as an administration fee. Cancellations with more than 72 hrs prior to start will be fully refunded. Cancellations on the same day and no-shows will not be refunded at all.

This tour is taking place every Friday in June-August. Please click on the date below to see available tours.


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17.30 Arrival

We meet up at the kayak stand at Medevi Brygga, just next to the harbor of Medevi north of Motala. We'll give you a kayak, paddle, life jacket, splash cover - all the equipment needed for the tour. Before we set off we'll have instructions on land, and we help you out on the water.

18.00-20.00 Kayaking

We paddle around the islands visiting beaches and look at the wrecks.

20.00-20.30: Return

We return to the harbor and we all help each other out returning the kayaks.