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Find Rare Florida Shells On Kice Island Kayaking Tour

Seas the day is the motto this spring, so it's time to fill your life with incredible escapes and experiences. You can embark on an adventure with this kayak trip near Tampa and search for rare Florida shells. The Kice Island Kayak Tour will take you to a deserted island that's the perfect spot for beachcombing. If you love to treasure hunt, this unique adventure is for you.

The Kice Island Kayak Tour is an Airbnb experience guided by Ali, a native Floridian and seashell enthusiast. There can be up to 5 guests on a tour, so grab a few friends and make it a BFF date

Kice Island is only about 2 hours east of Miami and is a part of the Ten Thousand Islands — an archipelago in Southwest Florida known for its piles of pretty seashells. It's a total bucket list item for beach bums and shell hunters alike. 

Your tour will be taken in pedal kayaks, so you can enjoy a hands-free journey to the island. Bring a camera and snap some photos along the way. 

It will only take about a half-hour to pedal to Kice Island. When you get close, you may spot the colorful shoreline speckled in pastel shells.

You'll soon be ankle-deep in seashells and see heaps of beach treasures glistening in the sun. If you're looking for giant shells, you can also take this Florida shelling cruise.

The island is uninhabited and full of spectacular beach treasures. Ali, the tour guide, gives out any shells she finds on the trip to guests. 

You can book your tour this spring and go on the wild hunt for beautiful seashells to add to your ocean collection. Be sure to bring a bag for your finds!

Seashell Kayak Tour To Kice Island

Price: $149

Address: 909 Collier Ct., Marco Island, FL

Why You Need To Go: Splurge a little and go on this shelling trip led by a local — you'll leave with tons of beautiful shells.

We strongly advise that before you go swimming or visit any location, you check the most recent updates on potential hazards, security, water quality, and closures. If you do plan to visit a location, respect the environment.

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