Fort Myers Kayak Tours

Enjoy a memorable adventure and discover the breathtaking sights of Southwest Florida in a unique way. Immerse yourself in the picturesque views of the mangroves, Wiggins Pass, and beyond. Get up close and personal with various marine creatures such as dolphins, sea birds, and manatees as you paddle through the water. With a wide range of options from eco-tours to guided paddle tours, Fort Myers Kayak tours provide a tranquil and stunning experience on the water.
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May 29 - Jun 4
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Fort Myers Beach Kayak Eco Tour

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3 Hrs.
Join this guided tour through the mangroves and shallow bays of Fort Myers Beach. You can choose what best suits you best between a Single or a Tandem Kayak and see the beauty of Southwest Florida. Adventure out on the water and have the opportunity to see dolphins, manatees, and a variety of birds. Book your Fort Myers Beach Eco Tour today!
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Fort Myers Beach Guided Paddle Tour

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1 Hr.
Get out on the water with your informative and professional guide for this Guided Paddle Tour. See the stunning sights of Southwest Florida as you paddle through the mangroves and shallow bays of Fort Myers Beach. Choose between a Stand up Paddleboard (SUP), Single Kayak, or Tandem Kayak. You will have the opportunity to see dolphins, manatees, and a variety of soaring sea birds. Book your Fort Myers Beach Guided Paddle Tour today!
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Guided Mangroves Kayak Eco Tour - Fort Myers

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3 Hrs.
Experience the unbridled beauty of mangroves on a fun and relaxing Kayak Eco Tour. Revel in the majestic wilderness as you paddle right along beside captivating cypress trees and beneath canopied mangrove forests. You'll enjoy learning about this unique ecosystem that is teeming with rare plants, large marine mammals, and some of the richest birdlife in America. This leisurely and intimate kayak tour is the perfect introduction to the Everglades! Book your Guided Mangroves Kayak Eco Tour today!
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Island Mangrove Clear Kayak Tour in Bonita Springs

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2 - 2.5 Hrs.
Get out on the water and experience kayaking in a whole new way with this Island Mangrove Clear Kayak Tour in Bonita Springs. Clear kayaks provide maximum visibility for viewing marine life as you paddle along. Enjoy an up close view of nature along the mangroves and shallow bays of Big Hickory Island in Bonita Springs. Along the way, keep your eyes open for manatees, dolphins, birds, and more from the comfort of your clear kayak. You will even get to stop at the beautiful Big Hickory Beach to swim and to go shelling. Get ready to experience a serene and invigorating kayak adventure, book yours today!
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Naples Clear Kayak Tour

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2 - 2.5 Hrs.
Experience the magic of the winding mangroves at Wiggins Pass with views of the Gulf of Mexico, Barefoot Beach Preserve, and Delnor-Wiggins Pass State Park with this guided clear kayak tour. Enjoy a paddle through the scenic beaches and mangrove tunnels on a clear tandem kayak. Be on the lookout for dolphins, manatees, birds, and various wildlife. Join a well-trained guide and listen to unique facts about the area, enjoying several picturesque stopping points. Refresh your mind and body and set out on a journey to explore the mangrove waters of Wiggins Pass on this Guided Clear Kayak Tour! Book your adventure today!
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Frequently Asked Questions

1. How long are kayak tours?

Kayak tours are usually 2 to 3 hours.

2. What can I expect to see on a kayak tour in Fort Myers?

Kayak tours offer a wide range of viewing opportunities. You can expect to see exotic plants, amazing marine mammals, and abundant birdlife.

3. When is the best time of the year to kayak?

The number of storms in Fort Myers in the fall and winter months is lower than during other times of the year. Since you will have more control over your kayak, this is an excellent time of the year for this sport.

4. Are kayaks safe for newbies?

Yes. For people who are new to kayaking, sit-on-top kayaks tend to be the safest. They are more user-friendly, stable, and easy to get in and out of.

5. Do I need training to kayak?

One of the first things a new kayaker should do is take up some kayaking instruction. A few hours of instruction is all that is needed to learn the basics.

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