If you're planning to visit the Florida Keys, you can't miss out on this marine eco-adventure!
This experience will take you to the ecologically important sea grass flats with a marine biologist or experienced naturalist guide on a single kayak, a double kayak, or a stand-up paddle board. You'll get the chance to see juvenile nurse sharks, bonnet head sharks, southern stingrays, manatees, sea turtles, and a wide variety of juvenile fish. Afterwards, you'll head through an old growth mangrove ecosystem and view an array of tropical birds.
In the afternoon, hop on a boat and snorkel at two different coral reef locations in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary and encounter a rich variety of marine life. Converse with your guide about fish identification and intriguing fish behavior, leading to new discoveries. This is the chance to see sea turtles, spotted eagle rays, eels, docile nurse sharks, black tip reef sharks, a wide array of tropical fish species, and so much more.