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BOAT, KAYAK, AND BICYCLE TOURS TO SHELL KEY
DOLPHINS, MANATEES, SUNSETS, SHELLS, AND SNORKELING!
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Dolphin Snorkeling Cruise To Shell Key
Take our Dolphin Cruise to Shell Key and see Florida’s beautiful wildlife in its natural habitat. See the beloved Atlantic Bottlenose dolphin up close and personal! You will also visit Shell Key island for snorkeling and fascinating shells. Other wildlife you might see includes manatees, rays, wild shorebirds, and even sea turtles. We offer the best Shell Key tour in St Pete!
Take a nice leisurely ride through the Grand Canal of Tierra Verde, past the homes and the mansions. You'll see wildlife, including dolphins, and wild shorebirds. Your Captain will give you a narration of the local wildlife and the history of our area.. Don't forget to bring aboard your favorite bottle of wine! Our sunset tours are small groups of 6 people or less.
Clear Kayak Tour To Shell Key
Come join us on St Pete's best guided kayak tour through the Shell Key Preserve! You'll get the finest kayaking experience around the Shell Key preserve mangroves from a transparent Clear Kayak. You'll see more fascinating sights than you would from a regular kayak. Your professional guide will give you an interesting narration on the background and the biology of the 1,800 acre Shell Key preserve. You'll see dolphins, manatees, rays, horseshoe crab, and a variety of shore birds. Island Ferry offers the finest Shell Key kayaking tours in St Pete!
Our bicycle tour to Fort DeSoto is a 15-mile guided tour, originating from the Tierra Verde Marina Resort, heading down toward Fort DeSoto Park. This adventure tour strolls past the multi-million dollar mansions of the West Shore enclave of Tierra Verde, then continues through the Shell Key Wildlife preserve and into Fort DeSoto Park. On our e-bikes the 15 mile ride requires a leisurely effort.