From the Novice to the Experienced Paddler, to the Birder or serious Photographer, we've got you covered. All of our tours are led by our Lead Guide Kenny Boyd and rated "Excellent' on TripAdvisor. Whether you are looking for corporate team building, a lazy day on the water, family reunion or kayaking 101 instructions, we are happy to custom design your kayak experience or you can choose from these tours we have put together below. Our kayak tours are centrally located near Orlando, Daytona Beach, Ocala, The Villages and Mt Dora, FL so feel free to call us at 352-589-7899 or email us when you are ready to take an amazing kayak trip on Central Florida's beautiful waterways! 

Exploring the cool spring fed Wekiva River July 2, 2015

It was a Heron kind of day on the Wekiva. Great Blues, Tri-colored, Little Blues and Green Herons were out as well as the Great Egrets, White Ibis, Anhingas, Limpkins and Ospreys diving for fish. The Turtles were sunning on the logs while the Spanish Moss was swaying in the breeze. We hugged the tree line and you can see the new Apple Snail Eggs on the Cattails. The Pink Mallow, Scarlet Hibiscus and yellow Spatterdock all throw a splash of color against the greens of Summer. It was a blue sky Florida day and a great one to be on the river.  

Kayaking Rock Springs Run and Emerald Cut June 3, 2015

Doug came down from PA on a business trip and looked us up for a nature fix. We took half a day to explore the Rock Springs Run and Emerald Cut area. The Otters were our big find of the day and there was lots of other stuff to see. The Great Blue Heron flew by overhead, White Ibis probing around, the Great Egret was stalking for lunch and we saw a pair of Pileated Woodpeckers. There were tons of Turtles and a few small Gators out sunning. The water is running crystal clear and cool which made for a nice dip. It's a very unique place to paddle and setting up for the corners of Emerald Cut makes for a fun day of yakking!

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!