Canoeing down Boom Creek and Sittee River
Thursday, 14 July 2011 20:36
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Canoeing down Boom Creek on your own is a perfect way to see wildlife. As you canoe along the creek, which is under the jungle canopy, kingfishers will tag along on your adventure, blue crabs sneak in and out of their homes on the river banks and lizards will make noise as they scurry over the leaves and debris on the ground. At times the creek is quite narrow, but if you have a small amount of previous experience canoeing you are certain to enjoy this trip. Each canoe can hold up to 3 people. It is a perfect way to spend a morning or an afternoon. Wanting a little more adventure? When you've reached Boom creek's end, try paddling upstream to spot iguanas leaping from tree to tree