Naples Eco-Tours

Eco-Friendly Trips

Spend time on a private charter trip focused on taking in all of your surroundings in search of native wildlife, collecting colorful seashells plus learn interesting facts and history about the area from your Captain who is a Naples Native fishing guide.
Florida is a nearly flat lowland that gently slopes to the sea on the east and west coasts. This lowland has unique physical features that are associated with the diverse ecosystems that exist here. The predominantly low-lying topography was created by fluctuating sea levels over time. Coastal features include dunes, barrier islands, lagoons and tidal rivers, which were formed by tides, currents and winds. The plant life and wildlife of Florida’s are diverse making Florida the 3rd most ecologically diverse state after Hawaii and California.

Dolphin

Dolphins are very intelligent, friendly marine mammals and our guests have the unique opportunity to see them up close and personal, jumping, playing and interacting with each other in their natural environment. Our boats cruise the water creating the perfect wave for the dolphins to jump through, in fact they frequently swim right up to and along side the boat.

Bird Watching

Naples, Marco Island and the Everglades are located on a highly traveled flight path for migrating birds that pass through and stop to rest. During the Winter months, when migration is in full swing, is the best time to see the greatest diversity of bird species. Birds you can expect to see include:

  • white and brown pelicans
  • roseate spoonbills
  • white ibises
  • great blue herons
  • green herons
  • snowy egrets,
  • red-shouldered hawks
  • bald eagles
  • ospreys
  • and many more.

The best Bird watching can found at low tide in mangrove waterways.

Shelling

The Southwest Florida beaches and deserted islands in the area benefit from the offshore currents that deliver the sand dollars and other seashells right to us.

Sightseeing

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