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Kayak Nature Tours

Group trips are great, but have you ever wanted to create your own custom day on the water? You'll experience no waiting at the dock for others to arrive and no fighting to be at the front of the pack to hear your guide. We intentionally keep these trips to a maximum of 3 people to ensure a better customer experience! Our Kayak Nature Tours are one of the best ways to see Turtles on island with over 400 spotted since April! Additionally, you'll get the chance to explore mangrove lagoons, crystal clear water, and grass flats which are home to Eagle Rays, Starfish, Jellyfish, Tarpon, Baby Sharks and an amazing array of Marine Birds: Osprey, Egrets, Herons, Pelicans, Loons, native White-Crowned Pigeons, and more!

Pricing:

$100 Per Person

Our Favorite Tour Locations:

Salt River Bay - One of the United States' most historic National Parks, Salt River is home to Columbus Landing, a Biobay, several ship wrecks, and the largest Mangrove Forest on Island! It is a natural nursery and feeding ground for Turtles, Jellyfish, and many other species

Best for seeing Turtles, Shipwrecks, & Jellyfish!

 

Krause Lagoon - The largest Mangrove Nursery on the Southshore, Krause Lagoon is one of the most biodiverse lagoons in the entire Caribbean. With a combination of Grass Flats, Mangroves, and a deep Channel you never know who you'll see cruising around! 

Best for seeing Eagle Rays, Turtles, and Marine Life! 

Altona Lagoon - The second largest Mangrove Nursery on the Island at 101 Acres, Altona Lagoon has shallow crystal clear waters, a breathtaking mangrove tunnel, and an abundance of marine life. The Lagoon remains one of the last undeveloped gems of the Caribbean and is a must explore for those who have never been before!

Best for Crystal Clear Water, Mangrove Trees, and Colorful Fish!

Note: If interested in visiting other locations not listed above, feel free to contact us through our website or to give us a call at 860-543-5344 and we'll work with you to make your dream trip a reality!

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