Alright, once you’ve got your kayaking gear all set up, it’s time to hit the crystal-clear, blue waters with your trusty kayak. Once you’re in the water, let the kayak float and prepare for an absolutely mind-blowing adventure. If the weather is nice, trust me, this whole experience will be unforgettable. The river is filled with breathtaking views, and the water shines in the most vibrant, bluish color you can imagine. It’s as calm as the face of the moon, seriously!
Now, if you’re kayaking from Banbury, watch for the Blue Heart Spring on your right-hand side. It’s a real hidden gem. After about 25-30 minutes of pure bliss on the water, you’ll spot this unique cove tucked away in a little corner right before the river takes a sharp turn. And let me tell you, if everything goes as planned (which it totally will), those 30 minutes will fly by like nothing!
But before you reach the Blue Heart Spring, you’ll have to navigate through a narrow passageway. Don’t worry; it’s all part of the adventure! Docking your kayak might be tricky because of the huge rocks along the shoreline, but you can’t handle nothing. And remember, the waters at Blue Heart Spring are pretty deep. But once you check out the shoreline, you’ll quickly find a spot to dock your kayak. And here’s a cool tip: those giant boulders will give you the best view of the Blue Heart Spring. Seriously, the springs look even more incredible from up there!
Now, here’s something to keep in mind. Paddling from Banbury to Blue Heart Spring is usually a breeze, super easy-peasy. But the return trip is a bit tougher because you’ll be paddling against the current. So it might take a little longer than when you first started. But trust me, it’s totally worth it!