• Kayaking or canoeing in Poland? Contact us on 00 48 6666 444 22 or e-mail info@gokajaki.pl !
  • Experience a great adventure!

    We offer kayak and canoe trips along following rivers:

    • Brda i Zbrzyca
    • Wda
    • Slupia
    • Łupawa
    • Drawa
    • Wieprza
    • Pilawa
    • Chocina
  • We propose the following trails:

    • One day trips – Brda, Chocina, Zbrzyca, Wda and other rivers
    • Two day trips – Brda, , Zbrzyca, Wda, Słupia, Wieprza and other rivers
    • Three day or longer trips – Brda, Wieprza, Wda, Piława, Łupawa, Słupia, Drawa and other rivers
  • The town of Chojnice

    Chojnice is a town located in the province of Pomerania. The first mention of the town comes from the year 1275. In 1309 the city came under the rule of the Teutonic Knights. The Knights, taking advantage of the fact that the town is surrounded by two lakes (Knights and Green), built a defensive system of fortifications, shafts and double moats. Thus arose the three gates of the city (Czluchowska, Mlynska and Gdanska) and 24 towers, which reinforced the walls. Chojnice’s nickname, “Gate of Pomerania,” dates from this time. The city was a strong link in the military defense of the Teutonic system. The Teutonic Knights began to create the first urban Chojnice. 
    Today Chojnice has more than 40-thousand inhabitiants and is the largest town in the area. The seat of the county government is located here and it is the centre of economics, commerce and culture in southern part of the province of Pomerania. 
    Worth visiting In Chojnice: the parish church of St beheaded John the Baptist (now Minor Basilica), the Jesuit Church of the Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin Mary, the Jesuit College building hall, city walls, Czluchowska gate, Wronia Bastion, Prison Bastion, the  “Hen foot”Tower , “Szewski House” Bastion, granaries and the City Hall. 
    Worth seeing: 
    – Minor Basilica of St. beheaded John the Baptist – fourteenth century gothic style. 
    – Historical-Ethnographic Museum – collections of ethnographic, historical, archaeological and contemporary art. 
    – String defensive walls and the “Czluchowska” gate and towers: “Hen foot”, “Szewska” – relics of the medieval fortifications. 
    – Town Hall, built in 1902. 


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