Kayak Tour Estero Bay

Dated: 05/30/2017

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The College of Life Foundation invites you to paddle to the cultural center of the Calusa Indians. Built from nearly 2000 years of human activity and framed in forests of mangrove trees, the shell mounds rise more than 30 feet. The estuarine waters surrounding the island are within the Estero Bay Aquatic Preserve and are an excellent place to observe dolphin, manatee, sea turtles, and native Florida wading birds. Reservations required 239-992-2184 ($55) all equipment included. For your safety, our guides are Certified Kayak Instructors trained by the American Canoe Association. www.collegeoflifefoundation.org

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