ADVENTURE TRAVEL
ADVENTURE TRAVEL

Adventure Anywhere

Backpack, bikepack, overhead bin, taxi, tent or tiny hotel room – Kokopellis pack small so you can live large. From Tahoe to Thailand, whitewater runs to deep water solos, we've got a packraft to get you there.

REVIEWS FROM THE PROS

Packrafts are small, lightweight and easy to carry - the biggest limiting factor for a kayak is its size, making it very hard to travel with (planes) and carrying a kayak more than a few km becomes very difficult not just because of the weight but their size makes them very awkward to carry on rough terrain or through bush.

@BarnyYoung

I’m a huge fan of the Nirvana Self-Bailing. I love the self-bailer because you can easily hop in and out, and if you flip, it’s possible to get back in mid-rapid - as was the case for me when paddling some of the larger waves on the Grand Canyon.

@JoeySchusler

For me, the best part about the Rogue is that it allows me access to places that would otherwise be inaccessible. The Rogue Spraydeck portability, ultra light weight and ease of use had me reaching for it again and again; pushing my limits just a little further each time I took them out.

I can honestly say that there’s really no reason that I found not to bring it with me anywhere there is water.

@SamMcMillan

I chose the Rogue-Lite from the Adventure series as it fits well with my current minimalist/ultralight hiking lifestyle.

This raft is perfect for backpacking as it is their second lightest packraft and capable for lakes and moving water, and I want to work my way into traveling down streams.

@followtiffsjourney

Flashes of the Altai

Three childhood friends set out for the far western corner of Mongolia to combine mountain biking and packrafting in a self-supported adventureinto the unknown. Never having attempted a mountain bike to packraft link-up, they decided it was a great idea to travel to one of the most remote and sparsely populated places in the world to try it out.