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 $28, you get a river adventure for two from Perdido Natural Adventures (up to a $56 value).
Perdido Natural Adventures' friendly staff equips travelers with kayaks, tubes, or canoes for traversing the tranquil currents of the Perdido River—the natural border between Florida and Alabama. Departing from Fran's Country Grill in Molino, shuttles ship sailors to the river 8 a.m.–3 p.m., where pairs of seafaring friends may board their watercrafts to embark on a watery journey. Couples can spend a day frolicking in the river's shallow waters or making sand angels on its sugary-white sandy shores as bald eagles, wild turkeys, kingfishers, and other feathered rarities compare wing spans and bass, catfish, and bream lurk beneath the water's surface.
Shipmates may bring along picnic sustenance, trail baskets, and coolers behind them on a complimentary tube, and those armed with camping gear can set up camp on a sandbar for a night on the river, drifting asleep to woodland creatures' sweet harmonies. To preserve the river's environment, Perdido's staff requests that guests leave glass bottles at home and suggests that travelers come prepared with sunglasses, sunscreen, water, insect repellent, and a pack mule. Couples with young children may bring them along, as the tour is free for pipsqueak pioneers younger than 11.
Perdido Natural Adventures
Winding through dense, verdant forests, the peaceful waters of the Perdido River form an aquatic highway for Perdido Natural Adventures' fleet of canoes, kayaks, and tubes. The company's rental watercrafts facilitate journeys into the natural habits and underground gambling rings of bald eagles, wild turkeys, beaver, and deer. As vessels float along the bass-filled river, white sand beaches beckon adventurers to swim and play in the water. Perdido Natural Adventures' shuttle facilitates each expedition, carrying rentals or customers' own vessels from Fran's Country Grill to various launch points along the river. The staff can also arrange overnight camping trips with the centaurs that manage the forest.
5539 Hwy. 29
Molino, Florida 32577Get Directions