Become immersed into the rich nature and history of Salt River Bay and learn about the different types of mangrove forest while spying snowy egrets, pelicans, and sunbathing iguanas.
- Adult Ages 13+
- Child Ages 5-12
Glass Bottom Kayak Tour of Salt River Bay and Mangroves
Go eco-kayaking into the depths of nature and history with a glass bottom kayak tour of Salt River Bay National Park and Ecological Preserve. This excursion will feature a paddling tour of the multiple bays within the park boundaries, emphasizing the dense mangroves and crystal waters in our glass bottom kayaks.
Become immersed into the rich nature and history of Salt River Bay and learn about the different types of mangrove forest while spying snowy egrets, pelicans, and sunbathing iguanas. Experience up-close the pulsating Cassiopeia jelly fish lining the shallow breeding areas, aerobatic spotted eagle rays, and other aquatic species with your uninhibited view of the waters beneath your clear bottom kayak.
This tour will utilize our clear bottom kayaks with molded seats and backrest for the optimal immersive paddling experience. There is no better way to fully experience the Caribbean waters of our National Park and Ecological Preserve. Beginner and expert paddlers welcome!
Each tour requires a minimum 1:1 ratio of adults (capable paddlers ages 13+) to children (ages 5-12).
What to Bring
- Sun Protection: REEF-SAFE sunscreen, hats, sun shirt, sunglasses
- DEET-FREE bug repellant
- Water, snacks
- Clothing or swimwear that may get wet
- Medications, if necessary
Included in this tour
We will provide you a glass bottom kayak, life jackets, paddles, and a knowledgeable guide to escort you through the bay. We will provide a brief safety introduction and paddling demo prior to departure.
- A dry bag for any personal belongings or electronic equipment you choose to bring.
- Tip or gratuity for your hard working guide/s