4. Exploring the harbour like the locals
If you've ever dreamed of being the captain of your own boat, Copenhagen harbour is the perfect place for you to test your navigation skills. And you get to do it in an eco-friendly manner (talk about a win-win situation) by renting a solar-powered GoBoat. You'll be sure to blend in with the locals cruising around the harbour as the GoBoats encapsulates the Danish concept of hygge.
And talking of sustainable ways to conquer the waters in Copenhagen, we also have an eco-friendly option for those seeking a bit more action. You can rent a Green Kayak for free and explore Copenhagen from the water while collecting waste from the water surface.
Finally, do you remember those awesome floating cafés and bars we mentioned earlier? (Hint: if you don’t, may we suggest you read No. 1 again). You can actually rent a Green Kayak at both Kayak Bar and Green Island (convenient eh?).
5. Taking a break on our 'parkipelago'
Now you might think "a parkipe-what"? Let us introduce you to the future of cosmopolitan public parks: the floating park of Copenhagen Islands. At the moment you can head to the island "CPH-Ø1" by kayak or GoBoat. CPH-Ø1 is the aesthetic prototype which consists of a 20 m2 wooden platform with a linden tree at its centre. But it'll be joined by many more islands before long - each built for a specific activity such as floating saunas, floating sail-in cafés, floating gardens and mussel farms and much more. (We'll most definitely have to update this list once the parkipelago truly gets going.)