You Can Paddle Down A Tranquil Emerald River On This Clear Kayak Tour In Florida
Embark on this scenic river run.
If you're wanting some adventure in your life and are ready to take the plunge, you can paddle down the Rainbow River. Get Up And Go Kayaking is offering a stunning clear kayak tour down this 6-mile emerald river run by Rainbow Springs State Park. It's one of the most breathtaking kayak tours in Florida that will make you feel like you're floating on air.
Rainbow Springs State Park is a beautiful destination in North Florida that visitors flock to for its tropical views and lush scenery. The park is bursting with plant life and features several , human-made waterfalls.
But maybe the most popular activity at this unique spot isdown the sparkling waterway. Get Up And Go Kayaking at Rainbow Springs takes you down this famous run on light blue waters.
You can see right through these distinctive vessels to the underwater world just below the surface, filled with diverse aquatic life like otters and turtles. It's like you've entered a .
These ancient springs date back 10,000 years. You'll be a part of history as you paddle through the sky-blue waves and explore the vibrant hammock habitat.
The company also offers similar excursions at enchanting spots across the state like Rock Springs, Crystal River, Winter Park, and Tampa Bay. "Reservations and smiles" are required before hitting the waters.
For magical night views, there's even a sunset glow tour. You'll float down the river run in a light-up kayak for a mesmerizing experience. Hop into your crystal-clear vessel and get glowing.
This 2-hour paddle on clear waters will renew your wanderlust and will be an unforgettable moment in the Sunshine State.
Get Up And Go Rainbow Springs
Price: $50 per person
Address: 9435 S.W. 190th Avenue Rd., Dunnellon, FL
Why You Need To Go: Paddle down a scenic 6-mile river run in a transparent kayak for the adventure of a lifetime.
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