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North Miami: Paddleboard or Kayak Island and Animal Tour4 Reviews
Join a stand-up paddleboard or kayak tour through Osprey Triangle Nature Preserve. Explore the lush mangrove jungle, and look out for the various wildlife in the region.
- Visit Florida’s largest urban park, just 30 minutes from downtown Miami
- Keep an eye out for Manatees, iguanas, crabs, fish, raccoons, and even dolphins
- Enjoy an island break with delicious snacks and drinks, including beer and wine
- Try snorkeling, kayaking, and paddleboarding, for guests of any skill level
- Explore the natural beauty of the mangrove forest in the Osprey Triangle
DescriptionExplore Osprey Triangle Nature Preserve with a guide and a group. Choose to kayak or paddleboard through the mangrove jungle. See the biodiversity of the area while watching out for its various animal and plant species. Join your guide and fellow group members at the end of Bay Vista Blvd., right next to FIU Biscayne Bay campus for a brief meet and greet. Receive instructions from the guide if needed on how to paddle and be safe during the activity. Head towards the middle of Oleta river state park, where you will be able to choose between a stand-up paddle or a kayak to paddle your way through a lush mangrove jungle in the middle of Florida’s largest urban park. Wind your way through the narrow canals and be on the lookout for all different types of wildlife including manatees, iguanas, birds, crabs, fish, raccoons, and possibly dolphins. Experience the natural wonders of the area for a couple of hours before heading over to a small island where you can relax, swim and enjoy a delicious fresh fruit snack & drinks, including grapes, strawberries, watermelon, cantaloupe, bananas, beer, wine, and water. Head back to shore at the end of the tour, where you are also welcome to explore more of the park and do its trails & hikes, enjoy a picnic, snorkel or do any other activities.
IncludesProfessional Guide Paddle Boards Kayaks Safety Equipment Beer & Wine Bottled Water Snacks
- Please keep in mind that manatees and dolphins are wild animals roaming a large area and we might not see them on every tour Manatees and dolphins are seen less often in the summer months If they are not spotted, the area is still beautiful and full of other plants and animals to see and learn about