Wardang Island, also known as Wauraltee Island, is a small island of 20 km²/7.7 mi² in the Spencer Gulf, at 11 km/6 mi on the northwestern coast of Port Victoria on the Yorke Peninsula, South Australia. The island serves as a natural breakwater, protecting the former grain port of Port Victoria from ocean currents.
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Kayaking in Big Lagoon, Trinidad, California USA
With the large sand barrier that separates the lagoon from the ocean, Big Lagoon is a paradise. If you are willing to walk far enough, you can find yourself all alone at the spot. It is a swimming friendly beach with shallow areas of the lagoon especially near the boat ramp.
Water temperature is quite pleasant. The dangerous Pacific surf is about 300 ft/91.4 m away, so it is rather safe to swim. The water in the Lagoon is slightly brackish. Lots of plants and animals are inhabitants of the Lagoon. Pelicans come in summer to bathe and some wading shore birds are living on the side of the sand bar.
The rugged northeast coast is covered by old-growth redwood and Sitka spruce forest. On south shore, water along the lagoon is shallow and the banks are densely wooded and overgrown. Big Lagoon is perfect for kayaking. Just make sure to take care of your safety and also to protect this unique place.
Before entering water, check out for toxic blue – green algae. Kayakers should check out Kayak’s Zak website to be informed about kayaking in Big Lagoon.
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