Marco Island Naples SW FL Eco Tours
Florida Everglades Wildlife Viewing Boat Tours
View Florida Wildlife in its natural environment, take a Florida Eco-Tour. An eco-tour in the south Florida, Everglades, 10,000 Islands area is an unforgettable adventure the entire family will enjoy. View the Gulf’s spectacular wildlife from the safety of your guide’s tour boat. Our suggested south Florida Eco-Tour Boat Guides are experienced boating in the 10,000 Islands and mangrove forests. The south Florida Gulf of Mexico is teaming with an abundance of fish and wildlife that include; dolphin, eagles, manatee, osprey, alligators, snook, tarpon, grouper, snapper, and sea trout.
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Marco Island – Naples SW FL Eco-Tours
Double R's Fishing & Tours Co. - 25000 Tamiami Trail East - Port of the Islands, Naples, FL 34114-9602 | 239-642-9779
Explore the natural habitat and wildlife eco-system of the south Florida Everglades. Our two and a half hour eco-nature tour starts in the heart of the Everglades where you will see manatee, then takes us out into the middle of the estuaries of the 10,000 Island to observe the Everglades wildlife.
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Sunshine Tours and Charters, Rose Marina, 951 Bald Eagle Dr., Marco Island FL | 239-642-5415
Sunshine Tours offers the best in Offshore, Back Country and Near Coastal Fishing, Island Shelling and Sightseeing aboard one of our four fishing boats. Since 1984, Sunshine Tours has provide unsurpassed on-the-water experiences for locals and visitors alike. Shared and private fishing charters available.
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Dolphin Study Eco Tours and Cruise, 951 Bald Eagle Drive Marco Island, FL 34145 | 239-642-6899
Get to know our local dolphins on a Marco Island dolphin cruise. The 10,000 Islands Dolphin Project is a long-term study of the abundance, distribution, movement, association patterns, and behavior of bottlenose dolphins of Southwest Florida. Join us.
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The manatee is native to the Florida waters. They are vegetarians, prefer warm water, and live in shallow marshy areas. They travel in herds and are an endangered species. Please be very careful not to disturb or come in contact with a manatee. Manatee are often unknowingly injured by boaters. Manatee viewing tip – bring along polarized sunglasses. Manatee often float just below the surface of the water, so the polarized lenses will help combat the sun reflections and allow you a better glimpse of the “elephants of the sea”.The American alligator is common in south Florida. The alligators (aka: Gators) habitat ranges from North Carolina to the southern tip of Florida and west into Texas. Yes, there are alligators on and just off of Marco Island. The canals are popular ‘gator hangouts. While a Florida Eco-Tour may primarily be targeting Manatee and other birds it is quite possible to see a Florida Gator lurking in the backwaters or sunning on the shoreline.
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