What Do I Need to Bring Kayaking?
We have been taking guided tours in Little Sarasota Bay for over a decade, and we’ve had customers from all walks of life and all age and experience levels. One great thing about kayaking is that nearly everyone can do it. Here are some tips that will make your tour even more enjoyable: Drinking-Water: Being out…Read More
Here’s Where Manatees Are In Sarasota, And What To Do If You See One
One of nature’s most magical and gentle creatures, we are blessed in Florida to be home to more than 6,300 Manatee inhabiting our waters. The Florida manatee, a subspecies of the West Indian manatee, is protected via the Endangered Species Act, and is currently considered “threatened.” The manatee Florida manatee population has recovered from approximately 1,200 in…Read More
Kayaking Safely: Our Covid19 Precautions
As the Florida economy begins to open up we are preparing to reopen our kayak tours of the mangrove tunnels on lido key. Out of concern for our customers and staff, we have been closed for the past 30+ days. Of course, we are still concerned about safety, but also very excited to get back out…Read More
Kayaking The Lido Key Mangrove Tunnels
On the south end of Lido Key, just south of Longboat Key, is Ted Sperling Nature Park and access to the Little Sarasota Bay. The gulf coast of Florida offers myriad water adventures, but none are more magical than kayaking through the mangrove tunnels at Lido Key. The waters of Little Sarasota Bay put you…Read More