Tours in San Carlos Park

50% Off Ghost Tour from Haunted Fort Myers

Haunted Fort Myers

Downtown Historic District

$20 $10

During an approximately 70-minute walking tour of historic Fort Myers, guests hear supernatural stories and visit haunted locales

40% Off a Ride from Jet Boat Fun LLC

Jet Boat Fun LLC

Fort Myers Beach

$70 $42

Helmed by a USCG master captain, Jet Boat Fun zooms passengers around Hurricane Bay while exploring local sights, coves, and inlets

Up to 43% Off Manatee Eco-Tour and Shelling Adventure

Double R’s Fishing and Tours Company

Double R's Fishing and Tours Company

$90 $55

(185)

After an eco-tour of the Ten Thousand Islands on a 22 ft. Hurricane deck boat, day trippers enjoy 45 minutes of shelling on Whitehorse Key

Up to 44% Off from Naples Segway Tours

Naples Segway Tours

Old Naples

$74 $45

(124)

Tour the city on a Segway i2 Generation 2 machine to see sighs such as Naples Pier, Third Street South, and Cambier Park

48% Off Sightseeing Cruise

Naples Princess

Old Naples

$36.50 $19

Narrated tours aboard a 105-foot luxury yacht showcase the waterways of Naples, the Gulf of Mexico, and Port Royal

Up to 41% Off Pure Naples Cruises

Pure Naples

Old Naples

$35 $21

On eco tours, a naturalist points out dolphins, eagles, and other wildlife; other tours highlight Naples' sights and picturesque sunsets

50% Off Tour - Boat

Southwest Florida Boat Club

City of Marco

$200 $100

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

Up to 47% Off Visit to Mixon Fruit Farms

Mixon Fruit Farms

Bradenton

$27.30 $15

(21)

Tram tours wind through citrus trees and stop at a wildlife refuge before dropping visitors off at the café for ice cream

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The husband-and-wife team behind Adventure Lifestyle lead intimate tours of South Africa, Egypt, Europe, New England, and sailing excursions around Florida. Small groups can ride a camel around the pyramids of Giza or take a boat cruise down the Seine. Guides Rudi and Jenny speak a variety of languages and have lived in numerous countries, granting them the expertise to give memorable tours.

568 9th Street South
Naples,
FL
US

Yellow and orange kayaks drift along the protected estuary of Estero Bay. They're maneuvered by small groups of kayakers led by an experienced guide who points out the multitude of wildlife surrounding the group. The certified naturalists pick out the dolphins, manatees, and wild birds as well as impart knowledge about the surrounding eco system.

8700 Estero Blvd.
Fort Myers Beach,
FL
US

Though Adventures Kayaking founder Glenn has fly-fished the Arctic Circle and helmed charter boats across Lake Michigan, the seasoned captain likes kayaking best. That’s because the small, sleek vessels grant Glenn access to Florida’s secluded backwaters and estuaries, which are inaccessible by boat. Now, Glenn and his guides impart not only their expertise on kayaking technique, but lead tour groups to the best spots on the Calusa Blueway for spotting wildlife or nabbing fish. Guides happily tailor tours to suit each group's skill levels and furnish kayaks with storage bags, coolers, and bottled water to ensure the tour remains a comfortable experience. En route, they’ll even snap pictures of groups as they glide across waterways and attempt to dodge photo-bombing manatees.

8800 Estero Boulevard
Fort Myers Beach,
FL
US

The instructors at Sweetwater Paddlesports must have a natural affinity for the water and have nurtured passions for sports ranging from surfing and wakeboarding to boating. Drawing from these combined experiences, they've channeled their efforts almost entirely toward introducing others to standup paddleboarding. In group or private lessons, they introduce basic techniques for balance and maneuvering and what to do at a red light. To supplement this aquatic-sports training, Sweetwater also coordinates on-water standup-paddleboard yoga and fitness classes. The company's fleet—which can be picked up or delivered for rental—includes standup paddleboards by makers such as Tahoe and One World and kayaks by Jackson and Feel Free.

4836 Bonita Beach Rd, Ste 1
Bonita Springs,
FL
US

You don't have to travel to South America to take in some of the continent's most exotic plants—you just have to head to Everglades Wonder Gardens. Here at the nearly 80-year old establishment, visitors can explore the multihued botanicals of South America up close. While perusing the flora, they can mingle with flamingos, hens, golden pheasants, and a green iguana named Buddha, which all pay homage to the center's beginnings as a rehabilitation refuge for injured animals. This history also springs to life inside the center's museum, which additionally hosts an art gallery full of pieces by local artists and new owner John Brady.

27180 Old 41 Rd
Bonita Springs,
FL
US

From a distance, the manatees, dolphins, and bald eagles that populate Estero Island make quite an impression. But the staff at Holiday Water Sports of Fort Myers Beach believes up-close encounters are not only the sole way to determine if the animals can talk, but also the best way to enjoy them. To that end, they guide tours and rent out myriad watercraft, from Yamaha 4 waverunners and 10-passenger pontoon boats to paddle bikes, which resemble oversized tricycles as they surge through nimbuses of sea foam. The staff hoists parasailers over their water-bound peers, letting out up to 1,200 feet of slack and allowing riders to plunge into free falls with houses and piers blurring into a cubist painting beneath them. Captains certified by the United States Coast Guard guide the ships back toward the sun-bleached sands, where the company’s rental umbrellas rustle in the breeze above lounge chairs.

200 Estero Blvd
Fort Myers Beach,
FL
US