My granddaughter and I visited Put in Bay by plane. At the airport you can rent a golf cart to travel around the island on. We went to just about every tourist attraction on the island, visited both caves, did miniature golf, visited the butterfly house, and went up in the monument. Everything was fun and interesting. Having flown in we had seen the island from the air and had now been all over the island in a golf cart, it seemed the only thing we were lacking was experiencing the island from the water. Lucky for us we found Kayak the Bay. This was by far the most fun thing that we did during our visit. I have kayaked before but this was a new experience for my 10 year old granddaughter. Vickie (the owner) gave us instructions and Desi picked up kayaking very quickly. Vickie sent us off around Gibraltar island. We took our time crossing the harbor and looked at all of the boats and waved at all of the people in the boats. We also saw many birds and fish as we were paddling along. Going around the island was quite an adventure. The island has magnificent cliffs, from the air you just don’t quite get the proper perspective on how large and beautiful they are. There were also a couple of beaches to stop at and rest on that island. By far the most exciting part was when we found this naturally formed arch off one of the cliffs that you can actually kayak through. We did that a few times just for the thrill. We splashed each other occasionally to cool down while we were kayaking because you don’t even have to get wet if you do not want to. A trip to Put-in-Bay is not complete without viewing the island from the water. A kayak allows you get up close and intimate with the shore line. This will make your trip complete. Seeing the island from the top of the monument to looking up at it past the cliffs from a kayak. I would consider it well worth the trip to fly my private plane to the island just for the experience of kayaking around it. I definitely would recommend Kayak the Bay to everyone who visits the island. You can do it for a short time or pack a picnic and make a day of it.