Kayak Sailing on the Indian River Lagoon
Adventure Kayaking's newest adventure

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Custom dates available for groups of 4 or more

Wekiva River & Blackwater Creek 3 - 5 days

Flowing through the heart of the Seminole State Forest, access to Blackwater Creek is limited. Expect excellent scenery and abundant wildlife on this spring fed water trail.The Wekiva River flows through a lush and tropical wooded river basin. From canopied forest to open marsh areas, this kayak trip is a true Florida experience. Kayaking Wekiva River & Blackwater Creek while camping in the Seminole State Forest. Located 20 miles west of the city of Sanford, Fl.
Kayaks, all kayaking gear, camping equipment and all meals included.

2 nights -3 days $350

Additional nights $125


We have perfected the kayak & camping experience. Join us as we kayak the beautiful Indian River Lagoon, North America's most diverse estuary. Enjoy scenic vistas and abundant wildlife as we explore the waters between Sebastian, Vero Beach, and Ft Pierce.A wide variety of birds inhabit the lagoon, including brown pelicans, osprey, bald eagles, herons, egrets and more! Cruise along with pods of frollicking Atlantic Bottlenosed Dolphin. See the gentle and curious Manatee feeding on the seagrass beds that populate the lagoon. We will take time to explore the many mangrove and spoil islands of the Indian River Lagoon. Camping equipment and all meals included. No experience needed.

Two nights - three days $275 per person

Additional nights $100 per person



Custom dates available for groups of 6 or more

Based in Flamingo, spend 3 days and 2 nights exploring the kayak trails within the Everglades National Park and the Florida Bay. Includes all meals, kayaking equipment, and camping gear.
Two nights - three days $375. B.Y.O.Boat $325..

The Everglades are a complex system of ecosystems, including saw grass marshes, cypress swamps, mangrove forests, tropical hardwood hammocks, pine rockland and even the marine environment of Florida Bay. Kayaking is the best way to experience all it has to offer.


Lodging & kayak Multi-day trips

Exumas Lodging Trip

The lodging trip takes us to the beautiful Cut House, which is uniquely situated on a bluff overlooking the cut between Great Exuma and Little Exuma, the backcountry flats, and the ocean. This trip is limited to 8 guests. Accommodations are two villas.

The larger villa has two bedrooms with either a king or 2 twins in each room, a spacious private bath and kitchen.
$1850 per person.

The smaller villa has two bedrooms with a queen in one room, either a king or 2 twins in the other room, and shared bath.
$1650 per person.

Price is based on double occupancy. This includes all kayaking equipment, experienced guides, all meals, lodging, and ground transportation in the Exumas.

Day 1.  Upon arrival into the Exumas, we will take a 45 minute taxi ride through the rustic settlements of Great Exuma. A stop in Georgetown can be made for last minute items or to rent snorkel gear. When we arrive at the Cut House, you can relax, unpack and explore the grounds. That evening, our hostess, Barbara, will give an informal reception with a light dinner consisting of a fabulous array of hors d'oeuvres in the main house .

Day 2.   We will situate each person with their kayak and give instruction. A paddle through a tidal mangrove trail  and an introduction to the wildlife and ecology of the area will follow. After lunch,  we  will meet on the beach and snorkel to a lively  inshore reef. Our evening meals will be taken in the Hill House overlooking the ocean.

Days 3-6 will take us on a variety of full-day and half-day kayak explorations including a circumnavigation of the stunningly beautiful Moriah Cay, snorkeling an extensive offshore reef located in 10-15 feet of water, thorough exploration of the backcountry bonefish flats and mangrove trail systems, and paddling the clear turquoise waters to the uninhabited offshore cays. Full days of activities are planned, you may choose to take time to read, lounge on the private deck, or relax on the secluded beach.

The last day leaves time for a morning swim before we head back to civilization. We will stop in Georgetown  for shopping at the local straw market and boutiques for vacation souvenirs before heading to the airport.

Custom dates available for groups of 6 or more

Silver River State Park ( Lodging )

Silver Springs, with a magnitude of 750 million gallons of water per day, feeds the crystal clear Silver River. Visibility to the 30 foot depths reveal flowing grasses and preserved fallen trees. Wildlife abounds, including wild monkeys, alligators, turtles, garr, turkeys, herons, cormorants, and otter.We will also kayak the Oclawaha River which flows thru the Ocala National Forest. Our lodging is in luxurious cabins located in Silver River State Park. Located 10 miles east of Ocala, Florida. Trip includes two nights lodging, two full days of kayaking, all meals and naturalist guide.

$475 per person,

Additional nights lodging, kayaking & meals $185



The twin mast system sail rigs add sail power under a wide varity of wind conditions. Foot controlled rudder systems make the steering of our 15-17 foot expedition style kayaks a breeze. The sail rigs perform well across or downwind with an easy adjustment to the mast angle. No sailing experience is needed, the sails are easy to handle with user friendly rigging. The sails can be easily lowered while paddling and when we stop for lunch. And, "Oh Yes", lunch is included. Healthy, Fresh, and Hearty. .

We utilize several locations on the lagoon from which to launch, depending on the wind direction. A nice downwind sail enables us to go one way during our journey. This allows us to see and explore a spectacular stretch of this estuarine habitat. An Adventure Kayaking guide will meet us at the end of our journey for transport back to our starting point.

Adventure Kayaking: experienced professionals, dedicated to giving you the best kayaking adventure to be found in Florida or the Bahamas.

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