Tour with us!

Quest has been paddling the waters of Delaware's Cape region since 1999, and our years of experience with the tides, winds, and shifting sands of the area allow us to help plan the best paddles in the area. We offer a variety of tours for all ages and abilities that emphasize safety, fun, nature, and a local's knowledge.

 

We use Ocean Kayak sit-on-top kayaks which offer stability, ease of paddling, adjustable backrests for comfort, and plenty of leg room. Our personal flotation devices (PFDs) or life jackets are USCG approved and fully adjustable for youth and adults.

We limit the size of tours for safety and allow for an enhanced tour experience. For larger group sizes (typically groups of 12+ paddlers), please contact us at questkayaktours@gmail.com or (302) 430-8687. We are happy to work with you to help customize your tour experience.

Quest Core Tours

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Dolphin Tour 

Paddle up close and personal with the Atlantic Bottle Nose Dolphins.  This tour starts and finishes at Cape Henlopen State Park.  During this tour, we paddle from the Delaware Bay, around the Cape Henlopen Point (conditions permitting) and sometimes into the Atlantic Ocean.  We can’t guarantee seeing Dolphins, but we try our best to be in the right spot to do so.  Besides hopefully seeing some dolphins, we paddle by a few lighthouses that have guided and protected our boats for over 100 years.  

 

::Level of Difficulty - Moderate

::Duration - 1.5 ~ 2 hours

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Sunset Sessions

One of our personal favorites, Sunset Sessions varies as does the setting of the sun. We take advantage of the tide allow time to take in the setting sun.  This trip includes paddling on the Delaware Bay and the Lewes-Rehoboth Canal. 

 

::Level of Difficulty - Easy

::Duration - 2 ~ 2.5 hours

 

Quest Speciality Tours & Outpost Rentals

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We offer a variety of ‘one-off’ tours on select specific dates throughout the year.   These offerings include all sorts of fun to include Solstice, Full Moon Meanders, Marsh paddles, Broadkill River paddles, Broad Creek (a Nanticoke River tributary), and many other unique adventures. To view offerings and dates visit our tours page!