Bonita Kayak Company

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Kayakers paddle beneath the shady trees of a peaceful river or in open water near the gulf and white, sandy beaches perfect for swimming

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Promotional value expires Dec 15, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Valid only for option purchased. Valid only at listed locations. Reservation required. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Before man conquered his fear of water, he amused himself with dust sports such as pushing boulders off cliffs, wrestling tumbleweeds, and falling in the dust. Rinse yourself off with this Groupon.

Choose from Three Options

  • $17 for a half-day kayak rental for one (a $35 value)
  • $30 for a half-day kayak rental for two (a $70 value)
  • $55 for a half-day kayak rental for four (a $140 value)

Buyers have their pick of two drop-off points: Imperial River and New Pass. At Imperial River, kayakers paddle through peaceful waters beneath mangrove trees to spot large-mouth bass, ibises, herons, and other wildlife, and because there's little current, they can travel in whatever direction they'd like. The chances of sighting a dolphin or manatee rise at the New Pass drop-off point, which is close to the gulf and near white, sandy beaches where kayakers can pull up to walk or swim in the warm, clear waters.

Bonita Kayak Company

Allison Call and her brother Bo Browne, who both spent their youth fishing and kayaking in Southwest Florida's backwaters, have always talked about starting a business together. In 2012, they decided to turn talk into action with the help of their spouses, opening the family-run Bonita Kayak Company. They not only rent out next-to-new kayaks, most of which are outfitted with comfortable, high-backed seats, but also share their love for Florida's outdoors during guided treks and other outdoor expeditions.

During fishing tours, Bo expertly guides groups to the best spots and offers tips to reel in premium catches such as large-mouth snook, sea trout, and tires from a Mercedes-Benz. The team delivers recreation or fishing kayaks anywhere within its delivery area, but one of its favorite drop-off points is at the Imperial River, which offers tranquil paddling beneath mangrove trees. "It's very cool because it's kind of an Amazonian atmosphere,” says Allison’s husband and business partner, Jacob. He also recommends the New Pass drop-off, which has easy access to the gulf and white sand beaches, where kayakers have a good chance of spotting dolphins, manatees, and Moby Dicks under witness-protection programs.

Jacob says that he and the rest of the team pride themselves on being personable and taking the time to connect with their customers. Running the business as a family has given them more time to spend with one another—and Jacob says that they have fun with it. "I consider myself extremely lucky to go kayaking and call that my job," he says.

Bonita Kayak Company

Allison Call and her brother Bo Browne, who both spent their youth fishing and kayaking in Southwest Florida's backwaters, have always talked about starting a business together. In 2012, they decided to turn talk into action with the help of their spouses, opening the family-run Bonita Kayak Company. They not only rent out next-to-new kayaks, most of which are outfitted with comfortable, high-backed seats, but also share their love for Florida's outdoors during guided treks and other outdoor expeditions.

During fishing tours, Bo expertly guides groups to the best spots and offers tips to reel in premium catches such as large-mouth bass, catfish, and tires from a Mercedes-Benz. The team delivers recreation or fishing kayaks anywhere within its delivery area, but one of its favorite drop-off points is at the Imperial River, which offers tranquil paddling beneath mangrove trees. "It's very cool because it's kind of an Amazonian atmosphere,” says Allison’s husband and business partner, Jacob. He also recommends the New Pass drop-off, which has easy access to the gulf and white sand beaches, where kayakers have a good chance of spotting dolphins, manatees, and Moby Dicks under witness-protection programs.

Jacob says that he and the rest of the team pride themselves on being personable and taking the time to connect with their customers. Running the business as a family has given them more time to spend with one another—and Jacob says that they have fun with it. "I consider myself extremely lucky to go kayaking and call that my job," he says.

Customer Reviews

Would have enjoyed seeing more wildlife-but this is out of our humans' control!
Lana C. · January 5, 2013
Great kayaking experience. I highly recommend them!
Rachel E. · January 5, 2013
Great experience! Highly recommended
Dina · January 4, 2013
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    Bonita Springs

    26107 Hickory Boulevard

    Bonita Springs, FL 34134

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    Bonita Springs

    27167 Old 41 Road

    Bonita Springs, FL 34135

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