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We were looking for a different activity during a brief stay in Cocoa Beach and kayaking seemed to fill the bill. It got us on (not in!) the water in the “Thousand Islands” Conservation Area. This site is made up of islands in the Indian...More
Just 15 minutes from our hotel on Cocoa Beach Oceanfront is a natural oasis! Of our party of 6 - ranging from 14 to 50 years old - only one of us had kayaked before. Buoyancy jackets and water were given to each of us....More
This was such a fun activity to do. Rik is an absolute gentleman who made our day amazing. We saw some Manatee's which made my day, my husband enjoyed the day immensely. Rik made it possible for us to squeeze in trip after the hurricane...More
This is a great inexpensive way to explore the area and learn about the wildlife. We enjoyed our experience and felt safe the whole time. Ric looks for wildlife and provides educational info on the region. Well worth the time.
What a treat!!!.... Capt. Ric mixed being entertained, informed and safe with the natural beauty and peaceful feeling being on the water gives. He knows ALL the ins and outs of the paddling process and the winding ways of the Mangroves. I'm glad to say...More
Not many activities capture the attention of my 12 & 14 year old sons as well as my wife and me, but this did. Ric does a great job of keeping everyone engaged and answering questions on everything from the plant and animal life to...More
This is all based on luck if you are looking for wildlife. We saw One manatee surface. One dolphin came up to our kayaks. Lots of birds. Mr. Ric pulled a horse shoe crab out of the water and let us hold it. 2 hours...More
Awesome informative adventure! My 15 year old daughter's favorite parts were seeing a baby manatee right next to our kayak and exploring in the mangrove trees. Ric's encyclopedic knowledge of the flora and fauna made the trip fun and educational. Thumbs up!