Key West Island T'Ing: Sail, Snorkel and Kayak Adventure
There are many things that are at this place that are offered that can't be found anywhere else. So many things that you have to consider should be remembered the next time that you have to prepare. There are certain places that you can't go to because of the government preventing you from doing so.
There are a lot of beaches that separate people from the normal things that they do in their everyday life. So many things that can separate this from your average beach experience. There's so much that you have to consider when it comes to kayaking.
It's not something that you get to do everyday. Even if you could, you're not allowed to do it every beach because of everything that has to be made for safety. Making sure that other people stay safe should always be a priority. That's something that is more important than being happy.
So many things about this adventure are special about Florida. Florida is a place that many people will spend months to go get a tan for. There are so many different cultures from the Caribbean that make the experience so much more fun. So many differences in other things. What makes a beach special is everything surrounding. Make sure that you visit those things after you decide to kayak.
Beautiful Key West is surrounded by the sparkling blue waters of the Gulf of Mexico, making it perfect for day of fun in the sun. On the Island T'ing adventure, you'll sail on a large catamaran away from the bustle of Key West, kayak around a natural backcountry mangrove island and snorkel above a coral reef. Keep your eyes peeled for local wildlife like dolphins. A buffet lunch, with beer, wine, soft drinks and homemade sangria, is included.
Spend a day out on the Gulf of Mexico, just off the shores of Key West. The Island T'ing adventure starts with a pleasant hour-long sail on a large catamaran through the sparkling waters of the Florida Keys, where the Atlantic Ocean meets the Gulf of Mexico. While you're sailing, watch for local wildlife like dolphins, who sometimes swim alongside the boat.
When you find a nice spot to stop at the coral reef, you can take part in any or all of the water activities. Enjoy a kayak tour around a natural backcountry mangrove island; snorkel above the reef; take a refreshing swim; or just relax on the boat and soak up the sun.
A buffet lunch is included in the tour price, as well as beer, wine, soft drinks and homemade sangria. Along with your swimsuit and towel, it is recommended that you bring sunglasses and a hat to protect you from the Florida sun.