I loved this holiday! The Oreo hotel, where we stayed for the first few nights, was really pretty, with trailing flowers and ocean views, and the food was lovely. The only downside was the air conditioning, which sounded like an angry, high pitched bee, even with earplugs in. I think we were just unlucky though, as others didn't have the same problem.
The kayaking was, as the description says, moderate. The first day was also the longest day of paddling. Most days were quite gentle, with 3-4 hours paddling. You tend to just get a bit tired towards the end, but it's a great holiday for toning your bingo wings ;-)
I couldn't get over the beauty we were surrounded by. Lush tree covered mountains reminded me of Jurrassic Park, and the sea was so vividly turquoise. The kayaking was never samey, as we saw something different each day.
I managed to squeeze in some paragliding on day two, which was amazing, we went really high over the turquoise sea, and I had total trust in my instructor.
You just wanted to soak it all up. On day three we left Kas and spent the night on the boat. Sleeping under the stars on deck was great (although take earplugs in case of snorers).
Another highlight was a walk in the hills near Simova, which ended at the Aperlai Restaurant, a gorgeous spot with a pontoon leading straight out into an unspoilt sea.
I've also been on the Croatia kayaking trip, and while that had many unique points of its own, and I really enjoyed it, the turkey trip was definitely better value for money.