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St. Johns River in Orange City, FL
This river, once the highway for commerce in Central Florida is now a wildlife paradise. One of the few rivers in Florida that flows North, several springs join in to create estuaries for fish of all kinds. Bald Eagles, Osprey, Herons, Wood Storks, Limpkins, Anhingas, Egrets, Cormorants, Alligators, Turtles, Garfish, Bass and many more species thrive here and call this place home. Being close to Orlando makes this tour a family favorite and you may choose a 2-3 or 4-5 hour tour.
Level of Difficulty: No Experience Necessary 
St Johns River I $64.00 
St Johns River II $94.00 


Manatee Tours in Orange City 
Winter in Florida is an incredibly magical time. The Manatees come in to bask in the 72 degree waters of the springs and if you have never experienced this gentle creature, it's time! Just north of the Orlando area, this is an fantastic 2-3 or 4-5 hour tour.
Level of Difficulty: No Experience Necessary 
Winter Manatee I $64.00 
Winter Manatee II $94.00


Extreme Blackwater Lake in Eustis
Paddle through a blackwater swamp to an enchanted lake surounded by Cypress Trees that are several hundreds of years old. These weathered bonsai type trees tell stories of a time gone by. Less than an hour from Orlando, this is a 2-3 hour treat.
Level of Difficulty: Previous Experience Necessary 
Extreme Blackwater Lake I $64.00 (2-3 hours)

Rock Springs Run in Apopka
This river meanders through Cabbage Palm gardens and wide open savannas. The water is crystal clear and home to many types of animals and wading birds. 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)


Fast Emerald Cut in Apopka
Want to paddle some fast water? Paddle upstream to the top and let the river push you back to the bottom. This narrow run screams excitement to the experienced paddler. This is an awesome 2-3 or 4-5 hour Orlando kayaking 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 near Sanford
One of Florida's designated Wild and Scenic Rivers. The Great Egret, American Bittern, Woodpeckers, Great Blue Heron, as well as many other waterfowl flourish on this pristine river. These waters create a fantastic environment for many different species of plants, fish and other wildlife. Located straight up I-4 from Orlando we are able to do a 2-3 or 4-5 hour kayak tour here.
Level of Difficulty: No Experience Necessary 
Wekiva River I $64.00 (2-3 hours)
Wekiva River II $94.00 (4-5 hours)


Silver River in Silver Springs
Silver Springs which creates the Silver River is the second largest spring in Florida and it's exceptionally scenic! Some twists and turns of this river can reach depths of over 25 ft and it's so clear that you can see the bottom. You will definitely hone your paddling skills going upstream but a first magnitude spring makes the trip back a breeze! It's a great opportunity to see lots of wildlife; otters, wading birds, hawks, owls and maybe even a monkey or 12. If you are staying in Orlando and want to experience one of the most beautiful rivers in Central Florida this is an unforgettable 4-5 hour tour.
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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Looking for a great space? Allow us to show you the "Green" side of Orlando! Our guides have a love of nature and wildlife you'll recognize as soon as you meet them. They are well versed in the History as well as the Flora and Fauna of the Central Florida area and appreciate the peace and solitude we all look for from time to time. Nature has a way of providing that for all of us and we appreciate being able to share this beauty with You. Come; Discover Florida's Wildlife and break on through to the other side. 

Nature is a wonderous thing!














20 MPH winds from the north couldn’t stop our paddling adventure today on the mighty St Johns. The river with all its twists, turns and backwaters made for some calm areas in which to explore. With the warm sun shining down on us we headed off to find the wildlife which was also trying to escape the winds of the day. Great Blue Herons are nesting and decked out in their breeding plums. The Great Egrets, Little Blue Herons, Green Herons and Snowy Egrets are all looking sharp this spring and we must have seen 100 White Ibis. The Turtles were out sunning today and the Ospreys were flying overhead. After a little break we headed downstream and were greeted by a Manatee. She was decorated with Duck Weed as she came up for a breath. We got to watch her surface several times as we headed to our get out spot. It was a beautiful day to spend with Mother Nature! 

Kayaking with the Manatees, what a sight this is! January 14, 2016














With the cold nights down into the low 40’s the Manatees were everywhere around Blue Springs and the back waters of the St Johns River today. The friendly creatures are quite curious and came right over to our kayaks to say hello. It’s almost like they were trying to communicate with us. We saw just about every inland water bird there is… from Great Blue to Little Blue Herons to Purple Gallinules and breeding male Anhingas with their green eyes. Green and Tri-colored Herons, White Ibis, Glossy Ibis, Black Crowned Night Herons, Bald Eagle, Red-shouldered Hawk and more. It was a true birding hot bed and a lovely day spent with some lovely people!

Jeff Hodgson's Guided Kayak Tour November 18, 2015








"Hi Jenny,
Thought I'd sent a quick note and some pics from our wonderful trip with Kenny on Nov 18th.
It was a wonderful trip with lot's of wildlife sightings and some quintessential Florida nature. 
My wife and mother-in-law were not sure what to expect, but the trip turned into a highlight
of our Florida vacation. We saw some rare birds, turtles, manatees, alligators. We got caught 
in a passing rainstorm which only added to the adventure.
Hopefully we'll return to Florida someday and sign up for another river adventure. 
Thanks so much!
Jeff"



Kayaking the Central Florida Springs









With a family of four in the tandems we set out to see the wildlife of the St Johns River. The river is at it's seasonal high so we had lots of backwaters to explore. As we approached the spring run the water turned crystal clear and we found ourselves paddling with the fish. There were Longnose Gar, Tilapia, Bream, Bass and several others swimming right under our kayaks. The Kingfishers that are migrating down for the Winter were gathering in the run too. Paddling through Snake Creek we heard a Barred Owl and found him snoozing in the tree canopy... cool stuff. Drifting down the river with a cool breeze blowing and the sun on our shoulders made for a true nirvana moment!