Sounds like a great adventure , I would be concerned about insects that might affect a good nights sleep. lol. Happy kayakingOk I used to backpack and camp as a kid/teen. That was a few decades ago. My budget was much tighter back then and I know technology and development have had some time to improve. The last couple decades, most of my "camping gear" was government issued and while durable, was not necessarily the lightest or most compact.
I've recently gotten into kayaking with one of the goals being to do some camping using the kayak as my vehicle for waterborne travel from campsite to campsite. (Yak packing, if you will).
Since I've been out of backpacking for a while, I'd like suggestions on good gear that can fit in kayak hatch/watertight compartments. While weight is a consideration for ability to portage the boat if needed, size is probably a larger concern.
Considering alcohol stoves vs. gas stoves, mess kits, to do more than just boil water. A decent two person three season tent that is compact And waterproof. Sleep system that can accommodate night temps in the 40s to 20s.