Choose from many different Kayak Tours in Central Florida

From the Novice to the Experienced Paddler, to the Birder or serious Photographer, we can accommodate all. Whether you are looking for corporate team building, a school field trip, family reunion or kayaking 101 instructions, our staff will be happy to custom design your kayak experience or you can choose from these tours we have put together below. 

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St. Johns River 
This historic river was once the highway for commerce in Central Florida bringing goods to the area by paddle wheel boat. Learn More
Rock Springs Run 
This river meanders through enchanted forests as well as wide open savannas. The water is crystal clear and being close to Orlando also makes this a favorite. Learn More
Extreme Emerald Cut 
This run takes you on some of Central Florida's fastest water. This narrow river screams excitement and fun to the experienced paddler. Learn More

Wekiva River
Three springs pour into this pristine river. These shallow waters create a fantastic environment for many different species of plants, fish and other wildlife. Learn More

Silver River 
Exceptionally scenic! Some twists and turns of this river can reach depths of over 25ft and it’s so clear that you can see the bottom! You’ll have a chance to see lots of wildlife and maybe even a monkey or 12. Learn More

Extreme Blackwater Lake 
Paddle through a blackwater swamp to the lake rimmed with these beautifully weathered trees. Learn More

Photographers Tour
This is a tour for the serious photographer or videographer. We have the ability to access some of the most pristine waterways early in the morning when photo taking is at it's best. Let your guide take you to the wildlife and you take the photographs! Learn More

Birding Tours
The Central Florida area is well known for it's diverse population of birds, it's a birding hotspot! There are many beautiful springs and rivers that flow through the region and create sanctuaries for the migratory birds. Bring your binoculars, it's a beautiful sight! Learn More

Team Building Tours
From corporate focus groups, small businesses brainstorming to school outings bringing your group together outside the walls is the perfect way to build comradery. Remember looking forward to that field trip? It's time to take another one! Learn More 

Winter Manatee Tour (Nov - Mar only) Winter in Florida is a magical time. If you've ever had a visit with a Manatee, it's something you'll never forget! Learn More
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Kayak Paddling near Ocala September 27, 2014

Coming from all over the world our customers are absolutely awesome people, real Troopers I must say. No matter what... the threat of rain, sleet, wind or wasn't going to keep us off the river today! The wildlife felt the same way. We got to paddle with the Double Crested Cormorants, White Ibis were rooting around and Little Blue Herons in all 3 phases, blue, white and spotted ;-). The Green Herons were out and about as were the Kingfishers and Moorhens. The logs were lined with Red and Yellow-bellied Turtles and the Cardinal Flower, Milkweed and Spadderdock are all in bloom. There are lots of Apple Snail Eggs this year which is a good sign and the Gators sunning on the logs made for a nice cap to the journey back. There is never  dull moment on the Silver River,  it's just great entertainment!        

Taking the Family Kayaking near Orlando July 31, 2014

The Wekiva River blessed us with Summer's inhabitants today. The Scarlet and Swamp Hibiscus, Pickerel Weed, Elderberry, Spadderdock and Eel Grass are all in bloom. Mullet were jumping out of the water and we spotted a few Gators but they disappeared before we got close. The Great Egrets, Little and Great Blue Herons, Limpkins, Green Herons, Moorhens, Anhingas and Opsreys all showed up along the way ;-).

The Aussie's Rock Springs Run June 25, 2014

Leanne and the Aussie crew paddled Rock Springs Run today and we got to hear the Male Gator rumble. Like a Lion's roar, it's an unforgettable sound. The Pickerel Weed, Spider Lilies, Spatterdock, Elderberry and Water Hemlock are all in bloom now and the Limpkins and Great Egrets came out to visit with us. The run is crystal clear and the water a welcome 72 degrees. It was a great day to be on the river and a great group with which to share it!

Paddling in Eustis May 17, 2014

As we started up Blackwater Creek, all was calm. We could hear the Carolina Wrens, Pileated Woodpeckers and Northern Parulas singing as we went along. When we got to Lake Norris we soon realized that the adventure was about to begin. The wind was howling from the Northeast and the waves were rolling high. We decided to trek on and let the games begin. This group did great! We headed over to the old homestead as the waves rocked our yaks back and forth, up and down. When we got to the picnic spot everyone was grinning. We walked up and had our snacks by the old barn, went into the pasture to see what we might find there and then got back in our boats. It might have been my imagination but I think the waves were higher coming back ;-). Once we reached the creek, all was calm again and as we drifted downstream a Limpkin and Brown Water Snake were seen along the way. WOW, these guys are real troopers and we were happy to have them with us!