Bring a hat, sunscreen, and adventure so that you can experience an amazing eco-tour of the backcountry waters of the Florida Keys. Key Largo kayaking allows you a chance to see one of the worlds most varying aquatic ecosystems.
With it’s thick mangrove trees and narrow, winding paths, the back country waters of Key Largo are not easily accessible to large boats. This is what makes the area so great, because it’s largely uncharted, unspoiled, and full of amazing plants and animals. The thick mangroves are the perfect setting to spot barracuda and lobsters, while larger flats provide sights of soft coral and sponges. You’ll also spot tons of birds, like osprey, great white herons, and maybe even a bald eagle.
If the idea of kayaking in the open waters of of the Atlantic shore and Florida Bay sound more appealing to you, than Key Largo sea kayaking would be your best choice. Sea kayaking allows you a chance to see more marine life, like sea turtles, sting rays, colorful coral patches and 100 pound tarpon.
Key Largo kayaking is fun for the whole family. Some kayaking trails run from Key Largo to Key West, stretching over 100 miles. The shallow and clear waters of the Florida Keys allow for pristine kayaking conditions. You can launch your Key Largo kayaking adventure from John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park, amongst many other private kayaking locations throughout the Keys. Many companies even offer guided eco tours, if you’d like a more structured outing. Whatever you decide, Key Largo kayaking offers a little something for everyone.
Dove Creek Lodge, located just down the road from John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park (a world renowned underwater national park), provides oceanfront hotel accommodations and sits just seconds from the most pristine waters in Key Largo, Florida. Contact us today to reserve your room and we can provide you with a list of top-rated kayaking rental and tour companies to make your Key Largo kayaking vacation in the Florida Keys one to remember.