Guided Kayak Tours Highlighting The Natural Beauty of St Pete’s Coastline…
We are a small owner operated business and we believe in providing our guests with quality equipment and guides with professional experience. We like to treat our tours like we are paddling with new friends and we do our best to make sure everyone feels comfortable along the way. Whether you are new to kayaking or a more experienced paddler our trips are designed for everyone. It would be our pleasure to have you join us.
Our guided kayak tours of the Shell Key Preserve are approximately 3 hours and a great way to explore our coastal environment and spend time on Shell Island. We offer these trips year-round and try to highlight all of the local ecosystems. We will explore mangrove tunnels (Tides Permitting), shallow seagrass meadows, protected bays, and take a break on the island for swimming, shelling, or just relaxing. This beautiful coastal habitat is home to osprey, dolphins, nesting sea turtles, manatees, and a variety of local and migratory shorebirds. It is a great area to see the natural side of Florida. We look forward to having you join us for a kayak tour at one of our favorite local spots to paddle in St Pete.
This tour departs from a public launch site located at 2700 Pinellas Bayway South, Tierra Verde, FL 33715 just North of Fort De Soto State Park. No experience is necessary. We provide instruction and all the gear. We use quality equipment which provides a better overall experience for our guests; sit-inside single and tandem kayaks, fiberglass paddles, PFD’s, and dry bags.
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