Marco Island 10,000 Islands National Refuge Eco Tour
Southwest Florida’s Famous 10,000 Island National Wildlife Refuge protects a 35,000 acre labyrinth of winding channels, sandy beaches, and shallow bays.
Multiple endangered species, including the Florida manatee and Atlantic loggerhead turtle find shelter in the Refuge which is also home to nearly 200 other endangered bird and fish species. While some of the birds are migratory, wildlife commonly spotted year-round includes bottle nose dolphin, manatees, sea turtles and an array of resident birds such as bald eagles, osprey and roseate spoonbills.
Located on southwest Florida’s coast east of Marco Island, the Ten Thousand Islands National Refuge primarily offers water-based activities requiring a boat, so hiring us as your guide is highly recommended.
|10,000 Islands National Refuge Eco Tour Details|
|Tour Length||2 1/2 hours|
|Tour Price||$350 (up to 6 people)|
|Tour Times||9:00 am, 12:00 pm, and 3:00 pm|
|What We Provide||Cooler with ice & water|
|Things To Bring||Camera, sun protection (sunscreen, sunglasses, hat)|