Enjoy the tranquility of an estuary with brackish water before kayaking the clear waters of the Weeki Wachee River in our crystal clear kayaks!
Clear Kayak Glow Ecotours
- Adult Ages 18+
- Child Ages 17 & Under
Weeki Wachee Nighttime Glowing Kayak Adventure
Get Up and Glow with us! Take a NIGHTTIME clear kayak adventure and light up the night with LED lights in your clear kayak! Your tour guide will lead the way as we kayak through the quiet estuary of the Weeki Wachee and Mud Rivers. What creatures of the night will we encounter gazing at the stars while we light up the water beneath us?
This tour takes place after dark and there may be some surprise visits from wildlife. We recommend wearing long sleeve and/or long pants, with bug spray underneath your clothing to deter bugs.
This 1.5- to 2-hour guided adventure includes a beginner/intermediate paddle upstream with a drift paddle back to the launch site. Each tandem kayak fits 2 people. Our paddle begins in the brackish water of an estuary before paddling into the spring-fed clear waters of the Weeki Wachee River. Our unique launch location at Mary’s Fish Camp is surrounded by nature and offers us the opportunity to experience a lot of wildlife! Be on the lookout for many different species of animals from birds, plants, turtles, fish, otters, manatees, dolphins, alligators, sting rays and more! (Though we cannot guarantee that we will see wildlife on our tours)
- Use of crystal clear kayak
- Informative and knowledgeable tour guide
- Safety equipment
- Reservations are required for all tours.
- You must have the ability to lift yourself up and off the ground as our launch is sloped.
- You must have the ability to sit in the same position for 2 hours.
- The weight limit is 425 pounds per boats and no more than 250 pounds per seat. Each of our kayaks are doubles (tandem).
Many factors influence these dynamic eco systems including (but not limited to):
During a high tide, and following rain, we can’t ensure the clarity and visibility of the Weeki Wachee River. During rainy season, the river can be subject to periods of reduced visibility.