When it comes to summer activities, Floridians know how to step it up a notch; you can go paddleboarding in Fort Lauderdale with a dog.

There is a paddleboard tour experience that will take you to the best canals in Fort Lauderdale with an adventure-loving corgi! The Paddleboard Pup leads paddleboard tours and provides one of the best outdoor experiences for summer.

This paddleboard experience is rated five stars by Airbnb users and it includes 1.5 hours of adventure. Natasha Baker and her corgi lead the tours; they have been paddle boarding the water for five years. Natasha and her pup make sure to create a unique experience for everyone and her goal is to have everyone standing on the paddleboard by the end of the tour.

Each tour is customized in accordance to weather conditions. No matter the day you come to paddleboard, this is an experience you will always remember. 

Mr. Beaches is the pupper leading the guided tours around Las Olas canals. The tour focuses on enjoying the surroundings and wildlife around the ocean. Natasha sometimes changes the scenic routes but you will definitely get a puppy kiss by the end of the tour. 

Guests meet at Victoria Park to learn basic paddling safety before cruising off to view Florida's most beautiful mansions.

Once in a while, paddlers can get lucky and experience manatees and other harder-to-spot wildlife. It is suggested each paddler is in good health as this adventure involves some inherent risk and physical exertion. 

The tour guide provide life vest and equipment prior to departure. We suggest you leave your phone in the car as the tour also provides an online photo and video album. All you need to bring is your bathing suit, towel and sunscreen. Natasha also provides beer, wine, water and other beverages.

You can book your paddleboard guided tour for $47 per person here.

SUP PUP Paddleboard Tours

Hours: 1.5 hours tour

Location: Fort Lauderdale

Why you need to go: It's a great way to explore Las Olas canals with your furry friend.

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We strongly advise that before you go visit any location, you check the most recent updates on potential hazards, security and animal rights. If you do plan to visit a location, respect the environment and the animals.

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