Whether you're a Birder, Photographer, Nature Lover or just want to go play outside, allow us to help you create Your Orlando Kayak Tour! Looking for some fun for the wedding party or just quiet time away, team building, church activities or here on holiday...if you want to chill out on the lazy river or paddle some fast water, we have a tour designed with you in mind. Feel free to call us at  352-589-7899 or email either way.


St. Johns River/Blue Springs (Orange City, FL)

This historic river once the highway for commerce is now a paradise for wildlife. As one of the few rivers that flows North, several springs and tributaries join in to create estuaries for fish of all kinds. As you paddle over the clear waters of Blue Springs, it's like kayaking in an aquarium. Little Blue, Great Blue and Tri-colored Herons, Bald Eagles, Osprey, Wood Storks, Limpkins, Anhingas, Egrets, Alligators, Turtles, Garfish, Bass and many more species thrive here and call this place home. Just North of Orlando this is a relaxing 2-3 or 4-5 hour tour.

Level of Difficulty: No Experience Necessary
St Johns River I $59.00 (2-3 hours)
St Johns River II $89.00 (4-5 hours)


Winter Manatee Tour (Nov - Mar Orange City, FL)

Winter in Florida is a magical time. The Manatee comes inland to bask in the 72 degree waters of Florida's beautiful springs and to watch them frolic in their natural habitat is breathtaking. If you have never experienced this gentle creature, now is the time! This is an incredible 2-3 or 4-5 hour Orlando Kayak Tour.

Level of Difficulty: No Experience Necessary
Winter Manatee I $59.00 (2-3 hours)
Winter Manatee II $89.00 (4-5 hours)


Extreme Blackwater Lake (Eustis, FL)

These weathered trees tell many stories about the history of this land. Paddle through an enchanted blackwater forest to a beautiful lake rimmed with Cypress trees that are hundreds maybe even thousands of years old.  Less than an hour North of Orlando, this is a 2-3 hour treat.

Level of Difficulty: Previous Experience Necessary
Extreme Blackwater Lake I $59.00 (2-3 hours)


Rock Springs Run (Apopka, FL)

The water is crystal clear and home to many types of fish and wading birds. You'll also have a chance to see raccoon, bobcat, turtles, alligators etc. This spring run meanders through blooming water lilies, beautiful Moss covered Oak Trees and wide open savannas. There are many places to stop and relax or if you choose to, go for a swim. Being close to Orlando also makes this a great 2-3 hour tour!

Level of Difficulty: Some Experience Necessary
Rock Springs Run I $64.00 (2-3 hours)


Extreme Emerald Cut (Apopka, FL)

Paddle to the top and the river shoots you through the gap back to the bottom. This run takes you on some of Central Florida's fastest water and the narrow river screams excitement & fun to the experienced paddler. 45 minutes outside Orlando, this is an awesome 2-3 or 4-5 hour tour.

Level of Difficulty: Previous Experience Necessary
Extreme Emerald Cut I $64.00 (2-3 hours)
Extreme Emerald Cut II $94.00 (4-5 hours)


Wekiva River (Sanford, FL)

The Great Egret, American Bittern, Woodpeckers and Herons as well as many other waterfowl flourish on this river. The Ivory-billed Woodpecker at one time called this home. Three springs pour into this pristine river and the shallow waters create a fantastic environment for many different species of plants, fish and other wildlife. Sanford is located just outside of Orlando and we are able to do a 2-3 or 4-5 hour tour here.

Level of Difficulty: No Experience Necessary
Wekiva River I $59.00 (2-3 hours)
Wekiva River II $89.00 (4-5 hours)


Silver River (Silver Springs, FL)

Some twists and turns of this river can reach depths of 35 ft or more and it’s so clear that you can see the eel-grass flowing with the current on the bottom. Exceptionally scenic! You will definitely hone your paddling skills going upstream but a first magnitude spring makes the trip back a breeze! You’ll have a chance to see lots of wildlife; alligators, turtles, otters, wading birds, hawks, owls, raccoons, wild pigs and more. See giant garfish, armored catfish, bowfin and maybe even a monkey or 12. This is a beautiful 4-5 hour tour or for the full run it's an exhilarating 6-7 hour paddling trip.

Level of Difficulty: Must be in good shape or you will be when you’re done ;-)
Silver River I $89.00 (4-5 hours)
Silver River II $129.00 (6-7 hours)

We have packages for ages 5 and above and all of our tours are booked by reservation.
The prices listed here are per person, just add the tax and we are good to go.

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Salute to the Veterans St Johns River Yaking November 11, 2014




It was a cool morning and as we started our excursion the sun shining on our shoulders felt really good. There are several Manatees coming in now to bask in the safety of Blue Springs, their Winter home. We found many of them feeding quietly along the weed line. Up by the spring run a few stopped to take a look at our boats and around Snake Creek we found a Little Blue Heron in the white phase next to a Snowy Egret that was standing on top of a Manatee ;-). They were all feeding and this was a first for us. As the Manatee bobbed up and down it would scare minnows and insects to the surface and the Little Blue and Snowy took full advantage of the free meal! The Turtles were out sunning and birds out having a blast enjoying the cool Fall weather. It's a great time of year to be here!

Kayaking Seminole County, FL October 10, 2014






With a paddler from Norway and three Floridians we set off to explore the Wild and Scenic Wekiva River and celebrate Rosangela's birthday. This being everyone's first time kayaking we decided to head upstream. It always makes for a nice drift back ;-). Everyone did great and we had many wildlife encounters. There were lots of Anhingas out and the Little Blue Herons, Great Blue Herons and Tri-color Herons brought their colors to the river. We also got to see the Red-shouldered Hawks, Osprey and Limpkins. There were a few Alligators and Turtles out sunning and the sky was Florida blue. The river is the best place to experience Fall and the trees are starting to show off their colors too. Great weather, the celebration of life and new friends = a great day for paddling!  

Kayaking Blue Springs in Orange City, FL July 12, 2014












We started our St Johns River tour with a treat. There were 3 Manatees rolling in the water right close to us. Up they came for a quick breath then down with their tales disappearing into the dark water. The Great Blue Herons and Ospreys were out fishing and an Anhinga was sitting on a branch drying his wings. Up in Blue Springs another Manatee gave us a few more passes. The Long-nosed Gar, Mullet, Tilapia, Catfish and Bream could all be seen in the clear 72 degree water. Spanish Moss, Bartram's Air Plant and Quill-leaf all grow like crazy in this tropical oasis that is the spring run. We even found some Resurrection Fern with Butterfly Orchids blooming on the old Oak Tree. It was a wonderful day to discover Florida's wildlife.  

Kayaking near Disney June 9, 2014







As we drifted downstream on the Wekiva we got to see a lot of wildlife. There were Red and Yellow-bellied Turtles, young and old Gators, Great Blue, Little Blue and Tri-colored Herons, White Ibis, Ospreys, Anhingas and a little red Cardinal. The Wild Turkeys were sounding off in the swamps and we found a place in the river with white sand bottom to get out and take a dip. That cool water sure felt good! On the way back we met this baby Alligator with a Damsel Fly hitching a ride on his head...it was a great day to be on the river!

Kayaking near Winter Park, FL May 15, 2014






Ominous clouds were on the horizon but we trekked on and made it! As we headed up to the Spring Run the tea colored water gave way to the crystal clear and we saw tons of Long-nosed Garfish just below our kayaks. A sunning Turtle and 3 ft Gator were laying on a log just below the Live Oaks that are covered with Air Plants, Quill-leaf, Resurrection Fern and Spanish Moss. We had an encounter with a lone Manatee hanging out in the Spring and that was a cool sight. As we started back toward the island the southerly winds helped us get there. Around the island, there were lots of Great Blue Herons, young and old, out feeding and a few still in their nests. We also got to see some Great Egrets, Snowy Egrets, a Sandhill Crane flyby and a Purple Gallinule. At the end of the tour, I said goodbye to my paddling friends, loaded the kayaks and as I got in the truck, the sky opened up and poured rain...it was great timing and a great morning!

First swim tour of the year, Rock Springs Run April 25, 2014















We hit Rock Springs Run at 9:30 with a nice 1 hour drift downstream. There were lots of fish bedding on the river bottom and with the clear waters you could see Red-bellied Sunfish, Bass and Tilapia. There were Turtles out sunning and a few small Gators too. We got to see the Limpkins with their youngens, stopped in the flats and found Freshwater Mussels, Clams and Apple Snails. We paddled back up to the swimming hole and some even took a cool dip in the water...life rough ain't it? ;-).