Kayaking Tour Locations

Kayaking Locations

We offer both day and night kayak tours including sunset, full moon and bioluminescent tours departing from locations throughout Central Florida. Some of our most popular locations locations include Merritt Island, Cocoa Beach, Palm Bay, and Melbourne.

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We are Proud to Offer the Best Guided Kayaking Tours in Central Florida.

Guided kayaking tours departing daily and nightly from the best locations in Brevard County and Central Florida.

Ramp Road Park

Ramp Road Park

Cocoa Beach, Florida

One of the best places to kayak in Cocoa Beach.

What to expect 

While on our two-hour guided journey through the Cocoa Beach Thousand Islands, we have the chance to spot manatee, dolphin, and many other creatures of the Indian river lagoon system. This area being the most biodiverse estuary in the continental United States, there is plenty to spot! Along the way we will explore deep inside the tunnels of the Florida Mangrove trees. Where we can get an up close and personal look at the intricate root system, that is so important to Florida’s coast. While pulling our way through branch by branch, check out all the baby fish using them as their nursery! If you’re ready for an exciting yet relaxing escape this is the tour for you!

 What to bring 

Sunscreen, sunglasses, hats, waters, and clothes that protect from the sun.

Cocoa Beach Country Club

Cocoa Beach Country Club

Cocoa Beach, Florida

The Thousand Islands is home to manatees, dolphins, and many different species of birds depending on the season.

What to expect 

While on our two-hour guided journey through the Cocoa Beach Thousand Islands, we have the chance to spot manatee, dolphin, and many other creatures of the Indian river lagoon system. This area being the most biodiverse estuary in the continental United States, there is plenty to spot! Along the way we will explore deep inside the tunnels of the Florida Mangrove trees. Where we can get an up close and personal look at the intricate root system, that is so important to Florida’s coast. While pulling our way through branch by branch, check out all the baby fish using them as their nursery! If you’re ready for an exciting yet relaxing escape this is the tour for you!

What to bring 

 Sunscreen, sunglasses, hats, waters, and clothes that protect from the sun.

 

Kiwanis Island Park

Kiwanis Island Park

Merritt Island, Florida

Kayaking in Kiwanis Island is awesome, especially during the summer months when bioluminescence is at its peak.

What to expect 

Enjoy an outside of this world experience while paddling the bioluminescent waters of the Indian river lagoon system. During the warmest months of the summer (June-October) any movement through our lagoon creates a bright blue-green glow. There’s no better way to truly get immersed into an Avatar like world, than taking a 1.5-hour paddle around Kiwanis island. Along the way there is chance to see manatee and dolphin, as well as scooping up bioluminescent comb jellies with the nets provided.

What to bring 

Bugspray, Mosquito resistant clothing, and water. 

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