Kayaking in Cocoa Beach


Two-Hour Kayaking Tour for One, Two, or Four from Island Time Kayaking (Up to 57% Off)

Island Time Kayaking

Island Time Kayaking

On tours along the sparkling waters of Indian River, guests may see dolphins and manatees before stopping for walks along island beaches

$29.99 $16

View Deal

One- or Two-Hour Kayak or Paddleboard Rentals for One or Two at Buena Vista WaterSports (Up to 52% Off)

Buena Vista Watersports

Lake Bryan

One- and two-seater kayaks; easy-to-navigate paddleboards; region teeming with Florida birds and a variety of natural wildlife

$25 $14

View Deal

Two-Hour Kayaking or Paddleboat Excursion for Two, Four, or Six from Sunshine Ranch (Up to 62% Off)

SunShine Ranch

SunShine Ranch

Pairs or groups of up to six can paddle down St John’s River for two leisurely hours with rented kayaks and paddleboats

$138 $55

View Deal

One-Hour Kayak Rental and Drink for Two or Four from Hidden Treasure Tiki Bar & Grill (Up to 51% Off)

Hidden Treasure Tiki Bar & Grill

Port Orange

After working up an appetite on the water, head back to shore for a drink at the fully stocked sports bar

$60 $29

View Deal

$75 for a Motorized Kayak Tour for Two from Motorized Kayak Adventures ($120 Value)

Motorized Kayak Adventures

Fort Pierce

Tour-goers take in beautiful, exotic scenery along the continent’s largest, most diverse animal and plant estuary

$120 $75

View Deal

Guided Half-Day Kayak Tour for Two or Four from Riverfront Kayaks Paradise Tours (Up to 54% Off)

Riverfront Kayaks Paradise Tours

Kayak and Paddleboard Rentals

Experienced guides lead calm, three- to four-hour scenic trips during which participants may spy birds and manatees

$118 $59

View Deal

Select Local Merchants

  • Adventure Kayak of Cocoa Beach
    Cocoa Beach locals know that it's rare to spot Bill Kowalik on dry land. The Puerto Rico–born seafarer is at home on the water, constantly surfing, kayaking, or leading tours across the Florida Space Coast. Bill’s as passionate about the environment as he is about watersports, enthusiastically exploring the area's diverse waterways while taking pains to leave the least impact on the protected waters. Along with his team of trained instructors, he leads individuals, groups, and families on kayak tours through lush mangroves and island channels, pointing out dolphins, manatees, and exotic birds.
    Read More
    5000 Tom Warriner Boulevard
    Cocoa Beach, FL US
  • Island Time Kayaking
    While leisurely paddling along the Indian River, dolphins and manatees swim beside a kayak as a guide points out some of the 300 species of native birds soaring overhead. This is the kind of memorable experience that many customers have had during Island Time Kayaking’s two- to four-hour tours of Cocoa Beach’s waterways. The experienced team at Island Time Kayaking instructs future kayak captains on the basics before launching, so even those brand new to kayaking can partake in laid-back jaunts, which include stops at remote islands where guests can dip their toes in the sand and put seashells to their ears. Kayaking equipment and mermaid repellent are included, and sunset tours are also available.
    Read More
    321 West Cocoa Beach Causeway
    Cocoa Beach, FL US
  • Calema Windsurfing and Watersports
    Every instructor at Calema Windsurfing and Watersports knows his or her stuff, and not just because they all hold U.S. Sailing certifications. Each one has personally trained with Calema's owner Tinho Dornellas, a master instructor who also designed the first surf ski with John Byde, whose father later patented it. Dornellas knows water sports like the back of his hands?which he probably used to make whatever surfboard he's currently riding. Dornellas started using fiberglass composites to shape his own kayaks, surfboards, and windsurfing boards in the 1970s, and he and his wife Susie (a former windsurfing student) have kept up with advances in the field. Today, for instance, the shop also rents standup paddleboards, riding a resurgence in the Hawaiian sport. Calema is ideally located for just about any aquatic activity, except maybe kraken-fishing. The Atlantic Ocean stretches to the east, and the Banana River flows right by the store, letting kayaks and standup paddle boards float straight into waters shard by dolphins and manatees. Beyond gear rentals and instruction, Calema also hosts windsurfing races and the annual Calema Midwinters Windsurfing Festival.
    Read More
    2550 N Banana River Dr.
    Merritt Island, FL US
  • Relaxed Kayaks
    Looking a sea turtle right in the eyes. Paddling onto the white shores of an empty beach. Watching the sun set over the ocean, dangling your feet in the water. For over 25 years, Florida natives and visitors alike have enjoyed tropical experiences like these, thanks to rental boats from Relaxed Kayaks. True to the name, the team is so committed to relaxation that they don't even require customers to visit their shop?instead, they deliver and pick up their boats from waterfront locations throughout the area. Aspiring kayakers don't have to paddle alone, either. On guided kayak tours led by biologists and naturalists, participants learn about Florida's unique aquatic habitats, from its beaches to Disney World's magical castle, which is secretly full of fish.
    Read More
    885 Waikiki Drive
    Merritt Island, FL US
  • Palm Bay Kayaks
    Tour guides from Palm Bay Kayaks direct visitors on the waterways of Turkey Creek, home to myriad animals, dazzling foliage, and some of the highest bluffs along a Florida stream. Kayakers are encouraged to bring cameras on their treks, to capture possible encounters with manatees, ospreys, alligators, turtles, and blue herons.
    Read More
    1500 Main Street Northeast
    Palm Bay, FL US
  • A Day Away Kayak Tours
    Central Florida’s aqueous wonders become tangible during A Day Away Kayak Tours’ boating excursions, as guests explore diverse estuaries with manatees and dolphins often swimming a paddle’s length away. The eclectic tours immerse kayakers in a cornucopia of experiences, including bioluminescent nighttime paddles that reveal eerily glowing organisms and flashes of light as fish swim by and solder their underwater sand castles. Sunset tours present leisurely rosy-hued panoramas, and day tours give glimpses of gators and soaring kingfishers and ospreys. On other tours, groups stop to explore grass flats and dig for clams as wild turkeys and pigs spectate. Beyond the kayak, pontoons usher guests on eco tours on the Indian River, and guides lead fishing trips off Merritt Island in search of sea trout and mangrove snapper.
    Read More
    10 Max Brewer Memorial Pkwy
    Titusville, FL US
Advertisement