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Kayaking Florida's Waters   352-504-2481

Contact us to schedule your next trip. Customize your tour times by contacting Jonathan directly. He will schedule a personalized tour to your liking  Kayaking, , Nature Photo Trips:   Orlando ,Leesburg, Inverness, Hernando, Crystal River, Dunnellon, Ocala, Marion County, Orlando Florida
Ocala National Forest, Griffin State Park, Venetian Gardens, Dora Canal, Mt. Dora, Dead River,  Lake Panasoffkee and more.  

We are off to enjoy the great outdoors in Central Florida.

Call 352-504-2481 to talk with Jonathan Squires, your personal tour guide.

Join Jonathan Squires on one of his guided tours listed below:

Call me to Book  or >>>>>>>> Book on Line Below

- Tours Every Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday

- 8am - > 12 pm - > 4 pm

- Or contact us for a custom tour date/time.
(Minimum 2 per tour - Max 5 people per tour   > call for details

- Single or Double Kayaks available

Interactive Map of

​Florida Waterways

We supply > Experienced Guide

> Kayak > PFD (personal flotation device) and Paddle  

All Future Trips and Events


 (Experience level : fun for all levels  ) 1 1/2 hrs +


Book a sunrise or sunset tour of Venetian Gardens. We will go all throughout the cove, monkey island and back through the Venetian gardens waterways.

Wait til you see the amazing  sunrises and sunsets, as we finish a wonderful day on the water. $69.00 per person two or more



(Experience Level : fun for all ages   ) 1 1/2 hrs +
The Dora Canal is the most well-known waterway in Lake County. It was penned in the 1930s by a leading sports writer as “the most beautiful mile of water in the world.” Lined with towering cypress trees that are draped with Spanish moss, the Dora Canal is a safe haven for nesting ospreys, herons and egrets. Join us for a sunrise or sunset tour as the Dora Canal comes alive or the wildlife settles down for the night. Bring your camera for a memorable experience.$ 69.00 per person two or more


The Rainbow River > Dunnellon ,Florida

( Experience Level : need experience ) 1 1/2 hrs +

kayaking this river is a must :

a kayakers paradise ,Rainbow Springs has served as an important natural resource for animals and humans for many years. At one time, mastodon and mammoth lived here and their fossils were found in the Rainbow Springs, along with relics of the Native Americans who used the river for transportation and fishing. The Timucua Indian tribes lived in a broad area of North Central Florida and were present at Rainbow Springs. Arrowheads and earlier stone tools have been found in and around the springs. There is an extended tour option for 3-4 hours that is $120 per person. This tour includes diving in select springs.

$ 89.00 Per Person two or more

The Three Sisters , in Crystal River ,Florida

(experience Level :Fun For All Levels ) 1 1/2 hrs +

Three Sisters Springs is often described as "An Environmental Jewel"and a kayakers haven blue oasis of clear and pristine ground water entices you   ,located in the heart of Crystal River, Florida. Three Sisters Springs is a complex of three spring areas, with vents, and sand boils that help feed Kings Bay, the headwaters of the Crystal River. These springs that form the Three Sisters complex also constitute one of the most important natural warm-water refuges for the endangered Florida Manatee. The mouth of the Three Sisters Springs run is gated by concrete posts to prevent boat access; only snorkelers, canoe’s, and kayakers may enter the springs. Three Sisters Springs, and the outer sanctuaries, provide a safe haven for the Florida manatees. On a cold day in  December January and February , biologist have counted more than 200 manatees in Three Sisters Springs and the outer sanctuaries. Three Sisters springs remain at a constant temperature of 72 degrees, offering an ideal

setting kayaking and relaxing. There is an extended tour option for 3-4 hours that is $120 per person. This tour includes swimming with the manatees.

 $ 89.00 pre person two or more