The word kayak is a noun. Kayak means (1) a small canoe consisting of a light frame made watertight with animal skins; used by Eskimos.
Kayak is also a verb that means (1) travel in a small canoe.
The following articles and web pages elaborate on the word kayak.
Browse this canoe and kayak dealer directory for information about canoe dealers and kayak dealers in the United States. The photograph on this page depicts four colorful fiberglass kayaks.
Kayak is an online travel search engine, not a booking site. On the site users can search for cheap airline fares. There are also links to car rentals, hotels, and special deals. Kayak searches over 100 sites and offers comparisons with online travel sites such as Travelocity and Priceline. Once the user decides, Kayak links to the site where the user can do the booking.
Kayaking is a popular water sport enjoyed by many. Find information about kayaking, as well as links to suppliers of kayaks, paddles, and other outdoor recreational equipment.
Browse this canoe and kayak dealer directory for information about canoe dealers and kayak dealers in the United States. The photo on this page depicts the Chamber of Commerce building in Madison, Georgia.
Perception pioneered the plastic kayak in 1977, which introduced many people to the recreational paddling experience. Today, the company offers a selection of recreational, touring, and angling kayaks.
The following articles provide recent kayak-related news.
Travel website Kayak is making changes to let customers exclude specific aircraft types from searches, and booking sites are looking to reroute passengers, after an unexplained Boeing jet crash that killed 157 people in Ethiopia.
Reuters. Wednesday, 13 Mar 2019 13:18:41 -0400.
Ride through the striking landscape of the Skull Valley in Prescott, Ariz., hike in Sedona's Red Rock State Park and kayak on the Verde River on a new six-day Northern Arizona tour created by Sojourn Bicycling & Active Vacations. ...
Rosemary Mcclure. Los Angeles Times. Wednesday, 30 May 2018 05:50:00 PDT.
While it is obvious that things like boats can be heard by marine life under the water, what about human activities like swimming, canoeing and scuba diving?
Science Daily. Monday, 07 May 2018 08:48:35 EDT.