By Amy Thompson
Take in "unmarred vistas of salt marsh, tree islands and winding tidal creeks" (Florida Paddling Trails Association) on kayak tours for as much as 50% off.
Why we love it
- Get the chance to spot manatees, alligators and more
- All-inclusive tours with basic instruction, gear, drinks and snacks; they're also BYOB
- Your experience is your choice, from sunset paddling to fossil finding
July 15, 2014 - Dec. 3, 2014
Florida Eco Adventures
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Tampa, FL 33602
- For $29, choose any kayak tour of up to four hours for one adult (reg. up to $59)
- $49 for two adults (reg. up to $118)
Options include Fossil Hunt tour on the Peace River, including the instruction and tools you'll need to excavate your own fossils (three to four hours)
Crystal River tour, which explores the springs of Kings Bay (three to four hours)
Chassahowitzka River tour, with potential sights of alligators, turtles, manatees, raccoons and birds (three to four hours)
Friday Sunset Paddle tour (two hours)
Gear, basic instruction, water and gourmet snacks -- such as fruit, cheeses and homemade trail mix -- are provided for all tours
- This credit can also be applied toward more expensive tours
The single-person kayaks from Liquidlogic
double as paddleboards so you can sit, stand or kneel during the tour.
The fine print
Reservations required and must be made at least 24 hours in advance; subject to availability. Valid during merchant's operating hours. Not valid July 18 - Aug. 11. Call to make a reservation; reference specific tour and voucher. Or book online at here; follow voucher instructions on how to redeem. Present voucher upon arrival. No additional payment beyond tax, if applicable, and gratuity is required. Please tip on the full value. 24-hour cancellation policy applies; voucher subject to forfeiture. Valid for 1 or 2 people. Not valid on holidays or holiday weekends. Children under 3 years old are free; call ahead to confirm if tour is appropriate for that age group. All children must be accompanied by an adult.
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