6 Magical Kayak Tours That Have The Most Enchanting Nature Views In Florida
Full Moon Tour
Price: $25-70 depending on which tour you book.
Address: 3109 East Sunrise Boulevard Fort Lauderdale, FL
Why You Need To Go: While this tour is only offered once per month, that doesn't make it any less beautiful. Paddle in your kayak under the, watching its reflections dance across the water's surface. The perfect opportunity for a super romantic with your boo too.
Silver Springs Monkey Tour
Price: $149/person for a full day tour 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Address: 485 N. Washington Ave., Titusville, FL
Why You Need To Go: Paddle this! The takes you to known monkey sighting hotspots, where you can see them chillin' in the trees or drinking at the water's edge. Don't forget the camera.
Clear Kayak Bioluminescence Tour
Price: $72 per person
Address: 485 N. Washington Ave., Titusville, FL 32796
The meeting place for the tour will be at Merritt Island Wildlife Refuge.
Why You Need To Go: Experience a breathtaking, glowing effect that only happens in a few places around the world, known as, as you paddle through the stunning Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge. On a super clear night, you can also admire the stars.
Shell Key Preserve Tour
Price: $42 per person, cheaper than the average kayak tour cost.
Address: 1901 Pass a Grille Way, St Pete Beach, FL; meeting location provided after booking.
Lido Key Mangrove Tunnel Tour
Price: $50 per person
Address: 190 Taft Dr. Sarasota, FL
Why You Need To Go:lining Lido Key and the Sarasota Bay coast. You can occasionally bump into on these tours too!
Rock Springs Run Tour At King's Landing
Price: $55 per person, plus tax. Price may change depending on availability.
Address: Launch point located at 5722 Baptist Camp Rd, Apopka, FL.
Why You Need To Go: Just past theknown as , this tour will . The emerald hues of the water are perfectly accented by the dense coastal landscape, creating a truly ethereal feel.
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