What You'll Get
Numerous ecological regulations impact our fish, yet few volunteers are interested in doing the hard work of registering them to vote. Canvass your local waterways with today's Groupon: for $39, you get a full-day kayak or stand-up paddleboard rental, plus an umbrella, two chairs, and parking for the day, at Adventure Water Sports, Inc. (an $88.44 value).
Adventure Water Sports, Inc. facilitates aquatic escapades with its fleet of wave-worthy vehicles and beach-time niceties. Spend a full day striking dramatic poses atop a paddleboard or collecting water specimens in a kayak (a $53 value), paddling, balancing, and navigating the scenic shoreline of Fort Myers Beach. A stand-up paddleboard rental puts a single rider astride a buoyant board armed with a big, flat-ended stick, and the kayaking option gives solo or paired riders a floating stage on which they can show off their paddling talent.
Before setting out on the sparkly waterscape, the safety-focused and family-friendly staff will impart detailed safety instructions regarding vessel operation and how to search for dolphins to befriend, snuggle, and interrogate about all the fish that went missing last week. Once aboard your trusty aqua steed, explore as much or as little as you like before retiring beneath the shaded embrace of the provided umbrella and beach chairs (a $24 value). The standard $10 parking fee is waived for Groupon customers, who can deposit their vehicles at the neighboring Pierview Hotel & Suites.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires May 3, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Reservation required 24hr in advance. Not valid for holidays. Closes at 5pm daily. Tax and parking fee included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Adventure Water Sports
The gentle clap of paddles against the water and the tenor thrumming of jet-ski motors drift from Adventure Water Sports. On waverunners, diminutive sailboats, and kayaks, patrons spread out across the surf and around Estero Island, their eyes peeled for dolphins and other fauna at all times. The shoreline falls back in quiet bays and estuaries, where little fish dart among tangled knots of mangrove roots. Instructors certified by the United States Coast Guard demonstrate the operation of vessels, lead tours, and knock down sand castles lacking proper fire exits.