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238 Mamie Street

The Boat Assisted Kayak Eco Tour combines the best of a boating tour, a kayaking tours and a walking tour into a single wonderful experience. Using a dedicated kayak transport boat you are comfortably and safely transported to some of the most beautiful and remote areas of the Everglades National Park. Once you reach one of the many destinations, the transport boat will "slow" the tour down and turn it into a "hands-on" eco-experience.

Very stable, comfortable kayaks are used to get you close to the flora and fauna. You will continue your interpretive experience with a walking tour on pristine barrier island beach; an island that is seldom visited by others. There is a lot to see and a lot to experience on these barrier islands such as the wrack lines, shallow tidal zones, dunes, uniquely adapted plants, mangrove swamps, many different invertebrate species, lots of shells and much more. Every day and every tide is different.

desde 120,84 €

32016 Tamiami Trail East

The Everglades area is a vast and varied ecosystem containing the largest mangrove forest in North America. Throughout the forest are brackish "lakes" whose waters are a mix of "sweet" fresh water and salt water. This is part of what makes the Everglades so special. These lakes, surrounded by mangroves, are refuges and nursery grounds for herons, egrets, stilts, ducks, wood storks, spoonbills, alligators, otters and a gamut of fishes. This is where the Everglades transitions from freshwater to saltwater and is a wonderful place to experience.

Interconnecting these lakes are narrow, flowing tidal creeks. The mangrove forest grows to the very edge and even over the tops of these creeks forming a canopy or a tunnel. The sunlight shimmering through the canopy, the stillness of the forest vegetation and the sounds of the forest itself, make for a surreal and mystical experience in the tunnels. The dense canopy regulates moisture and humidity allowing orchids, mosses and bromeliads to thrive. This trip is commonly conducted on the upper end of the Turner River in Big Cypress Swamp National Preserve or within Fakahatchee Strant Preserve State Park.

desde 85,38 €

238 Maime Street

This tour offers visitors a leisurely ride through the Everglades National Park’s 10,000 Island coastal ecosystems. The Wildlife and Photo Expedition is essentially a 2 part adventure First, it is a boat exploration of the 10,000 Islands where you will learn about the Everglades ecosystems, its history and rich culture.

Your naturalist guide will be on the hunt for birds and wildlife of all types such as roseate spoonbills, osprey, ibis, great blue herons, snowy egrets, shore birds, bald eagles, dolphins, sea turtles, manatees and other saltwater creatures. On the second part, your guide will beach the boat and take you on an interpretive stroll on one of the Park’s many uninhabited barrier islands. These islands were for 1000’s of years the home of the Calusa Indians and after them came settles that carved out hard scrabble homesteads and fish camps. For the most part, the untrained eye will not see the signs of the long vanished people; however our naturalist guides will show them to you. Expect lots of learning opportunities in and around the tidal flats, tidal pools, wrack-lines and beach dunes.

desde 68,3 €

32016 Tamiami Trail East

The Everglades is made up of a variety of habitats such as sawgrass, marshes, marl prairies, pinelands, hardwood hammocks, cypress swamps, sloughs, domes, mangrove forests and marine estuaries. This popular walking tour takes you through the cypress swamps of the Fakahatchee Strand Preserve State Park. The Fakahatchee Strand is known as "the Amazon of North America".

For thousands of years moving, clean fresh water has carved away at this spectacular environment. Each and every tour will present unique opportunities. You may come across an endangered orchid in bloom, or may see fresh tracks or scat from an elusive Florida panther or Florida black bear. Encounters with white-tailed deer, red-shouldered hawks, barred owls, pileated woodpeckers, egrets, herons, alligators and water reptiles are always a possibility.

desde 85,38 €

238 Mamie Street

Pasa unas horas inolvidables en el parque subtropical más grande de Estados Unidos. Maravíllate ante la extraordinaria fauna y flora del lugar en una aventura en barca que te permitirá descubrir las zonas más bellas.

DESTACAMOS:

* Navega por las aguas del parque y contempla de cerca ejemplares salvajes
* Aprende sobre los complejos ecosistemas acompañado de un guía naturalista
* Aprecia la diversidad paisajística

Explora una de las zonas más salvajes de Estados Unidos, el Parque Nacional de Everglades. Declarado Patrimonio de la Humanidad por la Unesco, Reserva de la Biosfera y Humedal de Interés Internacional, el parque alberga más de 300 especies durante todo el año y es el refugio de numerosos manatíes y delfines.

Comprueba en primera persona la riqueza natural de este lugar con un paseo en barca. Con las completas explicaciones de tu guía podrás interpretar los hermosos paisajes y seguir la pista de delfines, tortugas marinas, manatíes, águilas calvas, águilas pescadoras, garzas, garcetas, pelícanos, espátulas rosadas y un sinnúmero de peces. Además de contemplar la vida silvestre, tendrás la oportunidad de conocer las características de los diferentes ecosistemas, la larga historia y el rico patrimonio del parque.

238 Mamie Street

Want something special to do in the evenings? Join us for an intimate sunset tour. The West Coast of Florida and the Gulf of Mexico are famous for our sunsets! But the sunsets in the Everglades are particularly spectacular! Enjoy sipping a free glass of champagne as the sun settles beyond the horizon. If you one of the lucky few, you may see the "Green Flash". If conditions allow, you can watch the sunset as hundreds and hundreds of birds return to their roosts for the evening.

740 Palm Point Drive

Everglades Area Tours opens the remote areas of the 10,000 Islands to the average person on our signature tour. The Boat Assisted Kayak ECO Tour combines the best of a boat tour, a kayak tour and a walking tour. Using a dedicated kayak transport boat you are comfortably and safely transported to some of the most beautiful and remote areas of the 10,000 Islands.

Once you reach one of the many destinations, the transport boat will "slow" the tour down and turn it into a "hands-on" eco-experience. Stable, comfortable kayaks are used to get you close to the flora and fauna. You will continue your interpretive experience with a walking tour on pristine barrier island beach. There is a lot to see and a lot to experience on these barrier islands; the wrack lines, shallow tidal zones, dunes, uniquely adapted plants, mangrove swamps, many different invertebrate species, lots of shells and much more.

desde 120,84 €

920 Capri Blvd

Wind down and see paradise at its pristine best on a kayak eco tour with one of our profession guides and naturalists. Rookery Bay Reserve is 110,000 acres of mangrove forests, uplands and protective waters. A myriad of wildlife, including 150 species of birds and many threatened and endangered animals, thrive in the estuarine environment and surrounding upland hammocks and scrub found within the Reserve.

Located at the northern end of the Ten Thousand Islands on the gulf coast of Florida, the Rookery Bay Reserve represents one of the few remaining undisturbed mangrove estuaries in North America and is a hidden treasure trove of wildlife and scenery. With your naturalist guide, paddle amongst protected wildlife and shorelines of mangrove islands, white sandy beaches and numerous tropical wildlife and plants.

It's been said, "Once you are on the waters of Rookery Bay, you can actually breathe in the tranquility”. Kayaking Rookery Bay is sure to inspire, relax and leave you with memories that will last a life time. You will leave able to greater appreciation of the area and know why it is called the Paradise Coast.

desde 61,46 €

740 Palm Point Drive

This is a premier learning experience in the Everglades Area and is superb for the entire family. Your licensed US Coast Guard Captain and Florida Master Naturalist Guide, in a very comfortable power boat, will take you through the mangrove estuary of the costal Everglades and 10,000 Islands.

You will learn about the area as a whole- its unique ecosystems, as well as, its rich heritage and culture. You may encounter manatees, dolphins, sea turtles, bald eagles, ospreys, heron, egrets, pelicans, roseate spoonbills, and/or numerous species of fish and shore birds. Once the remote barrier island destination is reached, you will leave the power boat for a hands-on experience on the island’s beaches, tidal pools, and inter-tidal zones. Shelling on these beaches is awesome as they can only be reached with a boat.

desde 104,73 €

740 Palm Point Drive

Marco Island Dolphin and Wildlife tours are a wonderful adventure for the whole family and a great introduction to the area. In a comfortable captain's style seating you will be safely brought deep into the 10,000 Islands for an interpretive tour with your naturalist guide to view and learn the Everglades and its wildlife. Depending on the season, you can expect to encounter manatees, dolphins, sea turtles, bald eagles, ospreys, herons, egrets, pelicans, rosette spoonbills, as well as, numerous species of fish and shore birds. Not only will you be introduced to the great birding and wildlife in the area by your naturalists guide, you will also learn about the Everglades eco-systems, it rich heritage and long history.

desde 64,42 €

740 Palm Point Drive

The 1000s of people on Marco Island and Captiva beaches each day make finding good shells difficult. The barrier islands of the 10,000 Islands offer exceptional, pristine shelling opportunities, but they are only accessible by boat.

Come and experience shell collecting on remote barrier islands with a shelling guide who has decades of experience. While good shelling can be about being in the right place at the right time, knowing where and when is right, is extremely important. Good shell collectors do rely on luck. You will learn the nuances of tide, winds and locations that affect shelling, as well as, the information about the life cycle and habitat of different species. We will take you shelling in beautiful locations, but we also hope to improve you shelling knowledge. Your guide has this knowledge to share along with a knack for finding the Gulf Coast's most prized shell treasure, the Junonia.

740 Palm Point Drive

Want something special to do in the evenings? Join us for an intimate sunset tour. The West Coast of Florida and the Gulf of Mexico are famous for our sunsets! But the sunsets in the Everglades are particularly spectacular! Enjoy sipping a free glass of champagne as the sun settles beyond the horizon. If you one of the lucky few, you may see the "Green Flash". If conditions allow, we can watch sunset as hundreds and hundreds of birds return to their roosts for the evening.

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