If you want to chill out on the lazy river or paddle some fast water, check out these tours... we have an excursion designed with you in mind. Whether you're a Photographer, Nature Lover or just want to go hang outside, we'll help you create Your Orlando Kayak Tour! Looking for some fun for the wedding party or just quiet time away, kayak 101 instructions or here on holiday feel free to call us at 352-589-7899 or email either way.

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Rock Springs Run
This spring run is crystal clear and home to many types of plants, animals, fish and wading birds. You might even see raccoon, turtles, alligators and more. The river 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)
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Emerald Cut 

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 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) Click to book now
Extreme Emerald Cut II $94.00 (4-5 hours) Click to book now

St. Johns River and Blue Springs 

This historic river, once the highway for commerce, is now a paradise for wildlife. 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 $64.00 (2-3 hours) Click to book now
St Johns River II $94.00 (4-5 hours) Click to book now

Manatee Tour 

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 $64.00 (2-3 hours)
Winter Manatee II $94.00 (4-5 hours)
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Blackwater Lake 

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 $64.00 (2-3 hours)
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Wekiva River 

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 $64.00 (2-3 hours) Click to book now
Wekiva River II $94.00 (4-5 hours) Click to book now

Silver River 

Silver Springs, the second largest spring in Florida, creates the Silver River. 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 $94.00 (4-5 hours)
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We have packages for children age 5 and above and all of our tours are booked by reservation.
The prices listed here are per person.

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The bold and mysterious Blackwater Lake September 25, 2016

Paddling up Blackwater Creek out to the lake is always an adventure and today was no exception! Bumping over hidden logs under the coffee colored water is what makes this tour so interesting. We spotted a Barred Owl right over our heads watching us float by and then out of the dark swamp we kayaked into the sunny lake. It’s surrounded by ancient Cypress Trees each with its own personality. Some have baby Red Maples growing from their trunks and the Apple Snail's eggs are waiting there to hatch. Others are perches for the Spanish Moss, Air Plants, Orchids and Quill-leaf to grow. The lake was calm today, a hint of Fall is in the air and the sky was bluer than blue. What an awesome day to be paddling!  

A little Family Fun on the Wild and Scenic Wekiva River I

Steve, Tonya and their 3 kids came out for a Wekiva River I kayak tour with us this morning and being their first time paddling they were a little apprehensive. It wasn’t but a few minutes before they took to it like Ducks to water. Steve wanted a picture of a Florida Alligator and we got to see one sunning on a log. Thank the Lord for zoom cause he was a rather big fellow :-). There were Wood Ducks and Common Moorhens with their little chicks swimming around and Ospreys flying overhead. We also saw Limpkins, Great and Little Blue Herons and many more of our feathered friends. The Turtles were out in force and the sky was that Summer time Florida blue. It was a beautiful day to be on the water!  

Summertime on Rock Springs Run

The water was crystal clear on Rock Springs Run this morning. Drifting downstream we were just inches above the white sandy bottom and could see fish darting under our kayaks. We saw the Turtles sunning on the logs and a few Gators were out too. The purple Pickerel Weed that lines the river’s edge is in full bloom now and we could see evidence of the Lubber Grasshoppers snacking on the Water Lilies. Shade is a wonderful thing and with this being one of our shadiest runs it was a good time hanging on the river. 

Life is Good on the St Johns River

Summertime on the St Johns River is a special season. Just the Native species stick around this time of year. Cicadas are humming in the trees, Spanish Moss swaying in the warm breeze, Turtles out sunning and Look… there’s a Manatee! As we were paddling by we saw 4 of them rolling around playing, heard them coming up for a breath and then they would disappear into the tea colored St Johns. The spring run is nice and cool this time of year and you can see the fish swimming right underneath your kayak. The birds were out playing too. We saw 2 Purple Gallinules, an Osprey came flying by with his fresh catch of the day, a calico Little Blue Heron was sitting up in the old Oak Tree and later there was a Limpkin overhead preening and calling out. It was a celebration of life and an awesome day to be on the river! 

The Critters of the St Johns River

The Limpkins were sounding off all along the St Johns River this morning while a Purple Gallinule was poking his head out of the thick vegetation. Great Blue Herons, Little Blue Herons switching from their white to blue phase, Ospreys, Great Egrets and Snowy Egrets were all out looking for a meal. We had a close encounter with a Manatee and watched a Snowy Egret riding on its back picking off the minnows that the Manatee scared up for him. What a great relationship! In the spring run where the water becomes crystal clear the fish were plentiful. We saw Longnose Gar, Mullet, Catfish, Tilapia and a few giant Grass Carp. It’s truly like kayaking over the top of an aquarium. Today was a beautiful day spent paddling with some great new friends.