Experience what WILD Florida has to offer!
" We live in a world full of beauty, charm and adventure. There is no end to the adventures that we can have if only we seek them with our eyes open. "
A - Captiva Island
B - Peace River
C - Fort DeSoto
D - Upper Tampa Bay Park
E - Tarpon Springs / Anclote Key
F - Weeki Wachee Springs
G - Homossassa River
H - Crystal River / Chassahowitzka River
I - Rainbow River
J - Silver River
East Coast Locations specific weeks only
K - Salt Springs
L - Jaycee Park, Fort Pierce, FL
M - Sandsprit Park - Stuart, Fl
N - Peanut Island - Rivera Beach, FL
Kayak Crystal River / Kings Bay and snorkel Three Sister's Springs. This trip packs a double punch. Manatees are common sightings but best seen in January through April.
Winter Fun: Fossiling Peace River is best from November to March when the water levels are low. Average temps are still in the 70's so it's great for locals and visitors alike.
Paddle up to Rainbow River State Park then kayak or snorkel your way back. Whether you're on top of the water or under it, this trip is a wild life watcher's dream come true!
Daylight Savings: You've worked hard all week. What better way to start a relaxing weekend then a Friday evening sunset paddle. Picture a leisurely paddle with gentle waves. Uncork your favorite wine and toast a stunning sunset.
Spring/Fall: Enjoy a day on the water with your "best friend"! To keep you and yours feeling safe, doggie life vests are available upon request at no extra charge. Only friendly pups please.
Locations: Upper Tampa Bay Park or Fort DeSoto
Paddling from Ft. Desoto to Egmont key or Shell Island is an adventure you won't soon forget. Dolphins, flying fish, manatee, sea turtles, sting ray, seabirds and other marine life often accompany paddlers on this trek. Egmont Key is a state park with a working light house, seabird sanctuary and ruins from the Spanish-American War-era.
Silver Springs’ crystal clear waters, tropical jungles and thick forests have served for decades as locations for the film and TV industries. Wildlife includes birds, turtles, fish and often wild monkeys! Recently re-instated as a state park, it is open once again.
Take a step back in time. Weeki Wachee river starts in a state park and winds through an un-touched nature preserve that is home to beautiful wildlife such as wild peacock, butterflies, heron, ducks and a myriad of fish. With crystal clear waters throughout, we'll swim once we're out of the park and probably see a manatee or two along the way.
Chassa (as the locals call it) is a stunning river that offers both wide open spaces and intimate waterways alike. It also offers crystal clear springs for swimming and with underwater tunnels that are fun to swim through!
Florida has over 11,000 miles of rivers, streams and waterways! Once a month, we will explore NEW locations! Be a part of the expedition team as we explore even more of what wild Florida has to offer!