Ten Thousand Islands Adventure Boat Tour

Ten Thousand Islands Adventure Boat Tour
Cruises, Sailing & Water Tours > Day Cruises > Sightseeing Cruise
$70
Duration: 3 hours
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Description

Eco Endeavors can accommodate up to 12 guests on an Adventure based Eco-Tour through The Ten Thousand Islands of south Florida on our custom built, United States Coast Guard Inspected, Carolina Skiff. Throughout the duration of this 3 hour trip, guests will have the opportunity to see abundant wildlife up close such as dolphin and manatee. We will also stop at an isolated barrier island only accessible by boat to search for rare shells, swim or snorkel. Check us out at EcoEndeavors.org.

We will depart from Marco Island and navigate through the mangrove forests and coastal ecosystems of Everglades National Park and The Ten Thousand Islands National Wildlife Refuge on our custom built, United States Coast Guard Inspected Carolina Skiff. The captain will stop to view and educate guests at interesting historical sites including the Cape Romano Dome House as well as educating people on the natural aspects unique to this fragile eco-system including the wildlife we view throughout the excursion. Once on the barrier island guests will have an opportunity to snorkel, swim, search for rare shells and generally just explore the island. Water will be provided and guests are encouraged to bring their own beverages and food to enjoy on the island, picnic style. We then continue our tour through the islands, searching for wildlife and navigate back to the dock on Marco Island. View more pictures and descriptions on our website at EcoEndeavors.org.

Eco Endeavors can accommodate up to 12 guests on an Adventure based Eco-Tour through The Ten Thousand Islands of south Florida on our custom built, United States Coast Guard Inspected, Carolina Skiff. Throughout the duration of this 3 hour trip, guests will have the opportunity to see abundant wildlife up close such as dolphin and manatee. We will also stop at an isolated barrier island only accessible by boat to search for rare shells, swim or snorkel. Check us out at EcoEndeavors.org.