Yes, feel free to bring your own kayak! Those that have their own kayak will pay less for the tour.
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All tours vary in length. We will rate them light for beginners, medium for the moderately experienced and hard for the very experienced.
Please dress appropriately for the day’s weather conditions, Wear clothing that you won’t mind getting wet such as a bathing suit and/ or board shorts, as you have a 95% chance of getting wet. also wear a hat and bring a long sleeve light weight shirt to protect your skin from the sun if you start to burn. Water shoes come in handy too when stopping off somewhere as the shore on some islands can be rocky.
Yes, We recommend bringing a non alcoholic beverage and only small coolers as space is limited on the kayaks.
Yes if one is available at that time.
Our kayaks are stable and beginner friendly. We will state whether a trip is for beginners or experienced kayakers.
Anyone that is not a strong swimmer will be required to wear a life jacket.
We can make no guarantees on the types of wildlife you will see as we cannot predict when and where exactly they will appear. Many types of wildlife including manatees, dolphins, turtles, birds, stingrays, starfish and others are a possibility