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Come relax and escape with us as you paddle through approximately 4,500 animal and plant species in Cocoa Beach, Florida. Book a Kayaking tour! Rate starts at $40 per person for 2 hours to 2 hours and 30 minutes. Small personal Tours! No more than 10 people! Larger groups available upon request! Rates: Thousand Island Mangrove Tunnel Tours(Possible Sightings Of Manatees, Dolphins, And Floridian Birds) - 2 hours 30 minutes • Without photos: $45 • With photos: $55 Thousand Island Mangrove Tunnel Sunset Tours - (2 hours 30 minutes) • Without photos: $45 • With photos: $55 Rocket Launch Tours - (2 hours 30 minutes) • Without photos: $45 • With photos: $55 Thousand Islands Bioluminescence Tours - (2 hours 30 minutes) • Adults: $60 • Kids Age 6-16: $50 Indian River Bioluminescence Tours - (1 hours 30 minutes) • Adults: $50 • Kids Age 6-16: $40 Indian River Wildlife Tours - (1 hours 30 minutes) • Without photos: $40 • With photos: $50 Full Moon Bioluminescence Indian River Tours - (1 hours 30 minutes) • Adults: $50 • Kids Age 6-16: $40 Comb Jelly Sunset Bioluminescence Tours - (Available November - March) ( 2 hours 30 minutes) • Without photos: $55 • With photos: $65 Includes: • Dry Bags • Cell Phone Dry Cases • Wallet Dry Cases • Fish Nets • Water • Hats • Sunscreen • Water Shooters • Glow Sticks and Head Lamps For Bioluminescent Tours What You Can Expect: Bottle nose Dolphins The Bottlenose Dolphins gravitates towards the Banana River due to the warm waterways. While traveling amongst these animals we will get to see them travel amongst their pods. The Bottlenose Dolphins travel in pods of usually 10 to 20. Excellent hunting is available for the dolphins as they track there prey through the expert use of echolocation. These amazing marine animals can make up to 1,000 clicking noises per a second! The sounds travel under the water and reverse back to the dolphin giving the location, size and shape of their specified target. Bottom-dwelling fish is the Bottlenose Dolphins usual food for choice; they will also eat shrimp and squid. At times you may even be able to catch them surfing the wake of a fishing boat hoping to catch any leftovers! These marine animals will travel 24 hours a day at 18-22 miles per an hour, turning off one side of their brain at a time to rest. This gives us a strong chance of seeing a Bottlenose Dolphin! The best time to see the Bottlenose Dolphins gliding through the waterway is in the mornings, but have been spotted throughout the day including Bio luminescence tours! West Indian Manatees West Indian Manatee Off Season: November 15th - March 15th The West Indian Manatees formally nicknamed as “sea cow” can be seen through out the year; however there is a stronger chance of seeing them around our warm climates. The West Indian Manatees travel in water 68 degrees F or warmer. Once the water reaches 68 degrees F or lower they will migrate to warmer locations throughout Florida. Fresh water artisan springs poor out along the sea walls of the waterway houses along the Thousand Islands of Cocoa Beach, Florida. This attracts the West Indian Manatees due to the fact that it is important for them to stay hydrated by drinking fresh water at least every one to two weeks. This helps increase our chance of seeing a West Indian Manatee while paddling through the Thousand Islands of Cocoa Beach, Florida. Floridia Birds A few of the birds that you may encounter on one of Cocoa kayaking’s tours are the Great Blue Herons, Wood Storks, Ibis, Roseate Spoonbills, Herons, Brown Pelicans, Snowy Egrets, American White Ibis, Little Blue Herons, Sandhill Cranes, Tricolored Herons, Great Egrets, Anhingas, and Green Herons so be on the look out! Mangrove Tunnels Paddle on one of our Daytime, Sunset or Thousand Island Bio luminescent Tours along the Banana River in the Thousand Islands and experience the beauty of Mangrove Tunnels! While kayaking on one of the tours listed above, you will be able to learn and kayak beside the Red, White, and Black Mangroves the Thousand Islands has to offer. Join our Cocoa Kayaking professional guides on a tour while they navigate and give knowledge about how the Mangroves survive in the brackish water and their importance! If you have any questions, we can answer those through GetMyBoat’s messaging platform before you pay. Just hit, “Request to Book” and send us an inquiry for a custom offer.
Hi I'm Genevieve! - Experienced Kayaking, White Water Rafting, and Stand Up Paddle Boarding Guide Rock Climbing Instructor, Surfer Instructor, and Action Photographer. Join me kayaking through one of my various tours and embrace in Florida's beautiful scenery and sea life! About your kayaking guide! I was born in La Jolla, California. Grew up on the Outer Banks of North Carolina surfing the seas. Through out high school was an Ocean Rescue Life Guard. I graduated with a bachelor degree in Parks and Recreation in Management for Tourism from UNCW. After graduation I was given the opportunity to travel the world for 6 years guiding in various fields and training competing instructing rock climbing. Traveling opened up unforgettable opportunities from surfing 25 foot waves off of Oahu, Hawaii to working the epic rapids as an action photographer in Denali Alaska, trad climbing and trail biking in the grand Mobas of Utah, to name a few.
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