Americans have always been determined to blaze new trails, whether wading through the waist-deep layer of tumbleweed covering Arizona or hacking through the petrified forest of national flags on the moon. Conquer the final aquatic frontier with today’s Groupon to A Day Away Kayak Tours in Titusville. State law requires all fishermen to carry a Florida fishing license. Choose between the following options:
- For $80, you get a half-day guided kayak fishing trip for one (up to a $160 value).
- For $150, you get a half-day guided kayak fishing trip for two (up to a $320 value).<p>
A knowledgeable guide and avid fisherman, A Day Away Kayak Tours’ Justin Dowdy shuttles kayaking anglers along the meandering Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge, where groups enjoy sprawling scenery while perched within paddle-driven vessels. Half-day kayak fishing trips place mariners in one-seat shells for a three- to four-hour tour with all the necessary gear for capturing a fish, including a spinning reel and light tackle. Equipped explorers can also opt to bring their own gear and kayak to navigate across the spacious waterways. As the mini ships slice through the rippling water, boaters can cast their lines and hook a variety of species, including speckled seatrout, redfish, and flounder, while observing eco journalists in their natural habitat.
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.