Manatee Guides' conservation-minded experts escort kayakers throughout Southwestern Florida's waterways to observe manatees and other native species in their natural environments. During nature tours, guides lead guests throughout Estero Bay and the Orange River, scouring the crystalline waters for a sight of the peaceful animals. Guides point out local flora and fauna along the way, sharing interesting facts about their life cycles, social patterns, and affinity for fast food cheese-barnacles. Manatee Guides' owners and operators adhere to a strict conservation policy, leaving no trace of their journey in the wild. Up to 12 people venture out on each tour, and the guides encourage ample sunscreen and protective apparel such as a hat, shoes, and clothes that can get wet without melting.
Diving dolphins, mangrove forests, and sandy beaches make Estero Bay/Matanzas Harbor and Fort Myers Beach irresistible places to explore by boat. And Just Add Water and Sun makes it easy to do just that by whisking passengers to various kayaking and standup paddleboarding spots. Passengers pile onto the Jaybird II, then embark on their own excursions to discover the area. The company also provides tours for those who just want to hang out on the boat and relax.
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.
Get your sea legs ready! Port Sanibel Marina in Fort Myers provides quality vessels so you can have a boating experience that is both relaxing and fun.
At Port Sanibel Marina, dancers of all levels can experiment with movement and hone their skills through one of many heart-pumping classes.
Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.
It only takes a few minutes for FMB FlyBoard's certified instructors to teach beginners how to flyboard, using jetpacks that attach to the feet. Flyboarders can soar as high as 30 feet in the air and dive, dolphin-like, through the water. Groups of up to six depart from the Getaway Marina on San Carlos Boulevard in a private flyboard charter.