From the Novice to the Experienced Paddler, to the Birder or serious Photographer, we've got you covered. 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. All of our tours are centrally located near Orlando, Daytona Beach, Ocala, The Villages and Mt Dora, FL. Feel free to call us at 352-589-7899 or email us when you are ready to take a kayaking trip on Florida's beautiful waterways! 

It's like paddling over the top of an aquarium! May 1, 2015

As we paddled by an Osprey dove down just inches from a Bald Eagle that was perched high in the Cypress Tree. On the other side of the river there were 2 medium size and big Gator basking in the sun. Up in the spring run we could see Garfish, Bream, Tilapia, Bass and Mullet in the crystal clear water. It's like paddling over the top of an aquarium. Off toward Snake Creek we caught a glimpse of a Swallow-tailed Kite as it drifted overhead, we could hear the hoots of the Barred Owl and there were several Red-shouldered Hawks about as well. Mother Nature runs a pretty good program and we just really appreciate her sharing her many jewels with all of us. Life is good!

Falling Rock at Suwannee River State Park

Get out and Play! Life is short, don't miss things like this! They are Mother Nature's Treasures!

Spring has sprung on the Silver River March 11, 2015

Spring is in full swing on the Silver River. The Yellow Spadderdock, Purple Pickerel Weed, Red Cardinal Flower, White Spider Lilies, Red Dahoon Holly Berries and Blue Flag Iris all decorate the river. Bald Cypress are starting to needle up, Pop Ash, Elms and Sweet Gum Trees are all sporting their beautiful new green leaves. The Gators, Turtles and Water Snakes are out soaking up the first warm days of the year while the Pied-billed Grebes, Great Blue Herons, Little Blues, Limpkins, White Ibis, Anhingas and Cormorants are all out playing too. There is lots to see and Mother Nature blessed us with another great day on the river. 

Adventures are a good thing!

A fine mist greeted us today on the St Johns River. With ponchos donned we headed out for a little wildlife viewing. As the Great Blue Herons are nesting high in the Cypress Trees an American Bittern lit up out of the weed line passing just ahead of us. The Snowy Egrets, Tri-colored Herons and Little Blues were all out feeding and a pair of Bald Eagles were overlooking the spring run as we approached. The Manatees are all about the area now coming and going. As we headed toward the swamps we got to see a few Wild Turkeys in the back waters and the Barred Owl is still sitting on his perch. These guys were rain troopers today but as they say "a little rain never hurt anyone" and it was a great kayaking adventure!