Nikki Gregg heads to Canada’s Ottawa Valley to watch over 200 athletes from around the world compete in the World Freestyle Kayaking Championships, and to put her stand up paddling skills to the ultimate test in the huge rapids of the Ottawa River.
Nunavik, in Canada’s far north, welcomes Nikki Gregg where she learns about the Inuit culture and explores Tursujuq National Park by SUP.
Nikki Gregg heads to the stunning beaches of North Carolina’s Crystal Coast to stand up paddle a world-class natural playground and meet up with kiteboarders catching big air.
Mild weather and warm waters welcome Nikki Gregg as she stand up paddles along the variety of coastlines that draw paddlers and adventurers to the Azores. She also visits crystal clear volcanic lakes, world-class surf spots and stunning coastal communities.
Nikki Gregg discovers spectacular wilderness lakes and secluded sections of river on her SUP and visits the vibrant country community of London Laurel County, Kentucky.
Among the numerous islands and atolls of Papua New Guinea, Nikki Gregg experiences traditional festivals, charged canoe races and embarks on an exploratory trip down a remote river.
New Caledonia native and professional surfer and windsurfer, Sarah Houser, will show Nikki around the islands to SUP, surf and meet up with local champions.
Nikki Gregg and Anne Pagano head to the Islands of Tahiti to paddleboard the turquoise waters that surround majestic mountain peaks and white sand beaches.
Nikki explores Jordan’s expanding adventure tourism offerings. After paddling the Dead Sea and Aqaba’s fringing reef, Nikki hikes the surrounding purple mountains and takes time to enjoy therapeutic spa’s and cultural attractions by camelback.
Navigating both class II-III rivers and the world’s 3rd largest man-made lake, Lake Wallenpaupack by SUP, Nikki discovers what makes Pennsylvania’s Pocono Mountains such a popular vacation destination.