The Best Wildlife Tour in Southwest Florida!
Common wildlife sightings include manatees, Everglades waterfowl, alligators, dolphins, bull shark & more.*
4 Adventures to choose from:
Our success rate for seeing manatees on all of our adventures is 97% for 2024!
Manatee Sightseeing & Wildlife Boat Tour
Tour Length: 1½ Hours
Take the whole family on this exciting one and a half hour tour, exploring the Port of the Island’s Harbor and the Everglades searching for manatees, alligators, birds and other wildlife. The best tour for seeing manatees in their natural habitat!See more details...
Manatee, Dolphin & 10,000 Islands Beach Eco-Tour
Tour Length: 3 Hours
Our three hour Beach Eco-Tour is fun for all ages, with no rough waters. We look for manatees, alligators, dolphins and birds of the Everglades on our way to the 10,000 Islands. Enjoy beach time and shelling on Whitehorse Key. The boat creates a wake that dolphins enjoy. The best tour for a little bit of everything!See more details...
Manatee, Dolphin & 10,000 Islands Sunset Cruise
Tour Length: 3 Hours
The only sunset cruise in the area with a chance of seeing manatees! Enjoy looking for alligators and birds as we head through the Everglades to the 10,000 Islands to watch the sun set over the Gulf of Mexico. The best tour for a more romantic and all inclusive experience!See more details...
Kids & Family Fishing
Tour Length: 2½ or 5 Hours
Enjoy a fun-filled two and a half hours in the backwaters of the Everglades! Great catch and release fishing for children. No waves!See more details...
Fun Facts About Manatees
Number of Vegetation Species Consumed by Manatees
Manatees feed on more than 60 species of plants including turtle grass, manatee grass, shoal grass and mangrove leaves.
How often do manatees give birth?
On average, one calf is born every two to five years. Twins are very rare!
How many manatees are in Florida?
The Florida manatee population has grown to a minimum of 7,520 animals today!
How many manatee species are there?
There are three species: the Amazonian manatee, the West Indian manatee and the West African manatee. Florida is home to the West Indian Manatee.
*All tours are different. Mother Nature can be unpredictable, therefore, sightings of specific wildlife cannot be guaranteed.