Manatees in Paradise – Private Tour: a private tour to manatees for people who passionate for manatees. Learn all about the manatees in a
relaxing and scenic. Much better than the large commercial tours, very personal and laid back.
Bird’s Underwater: It is one of the coolest and most incredible experiences you will ever have. Swimming with an endangered creature that
seems to enjoy the human interaction. Their quality and attention to detail has never waned. They always want to ensure their customers
have a life-changing experience.
A Crystal River Kayak Company: They are the friendliest kayak store around. Crystal River is the place to kayak, canoe, swim, and snorkel
with the Manatees. They have kayak rentals, canoe rentals, Canoe Trips and Kayak Tours. Carries all the paddling gear you’ll need to fill
your boat. If it’s a new kayak or canoe you’re looking for then paddle on in now and get out on the water today. Their own kayak launch
site will take you directly to 3 Sister’s springs in 10 minutes, an American Canoe Association Certified Kayaking instructors.
Snorkel With Manatees: have a most wonderful experiences while spending the day on Captain Gene’s boat. Your morning starts out swimming
with the manatees, which is an amazing experience. Where can you have a wild manatee come up and start chewing on your swim suit or come
right up to your chin and kiss on you? Spend your afternoon tour with the Dolphins, do unexpected fun.
Fort Island Trail Park: Most folks just zoom by this boater friendly county run park. But if you’re in the area and would like to go on a
nice little fishing pier in one of the more fishing friendly from shore experiences, this is the place to visit. Located half way down Ft.
Island Trail (which dead ends at another County park with a beach, restrooms and fishing/boating facilities with almost the same name) this
little gem might just land you a trout, redfish or sheepshead during the winter months.
Crystal River State Archaeological Site: If you’re expecting Mesa Verde, you’ll be disappointed. Instead, you’ll find a very peaceful and
interesting park to spend an hour or so of your time. There is a small visitor center which contains interesting artifacts and information.
Native Vacations, Inc.: Swim with manatees, enjoy a sunset cruise, and view nature as it was meant to be. Learn about the manatees.