The Experience: Mysterious and ancient, Everglades National Park comprises 1.5 million acres of Florida’s vast landscape. At the southwestern reaches of the park are the 35,000 acres of labyrinth waterways and white sand beaches of Ten Thousand Islands National Wildlife Reserve. Once shelter to Caribbean Pirates and Calusa Natives, these salt marshes, estuaries, and mangrove forests are unique coastal ecosystems that serve as nursery grounds for young marine life and unique areas for exploration. Paddle the flat water rivers through lush tropical forests we will encounter the habitats of manatees, dolphins, otters, birds, alligators, and crocodiles. The route will take us through the prehistoric shell middens of early civilizations. You’ll then understand why this is one of America’s prized World Heritage Sites.
Perfect for: Beginners; Intermediate to Experienced
Group Size: 6 Minimum 10 Maximum
7 days: $2200 per person
Additional days: $235 per person per additional day
Included: Professional Guide, ALL Meals, ALL Equipment, Snacks, & Permits.
DAY 1: Fly into Fort Myers, FL, and stay
the night in the area.
DAY 2: Paddle class and trip prep and
get on the water
DAY 2-5: Paddle the 10,000 Islands in
Everglades National Park
DAY 6: Take off water and stay the
night in Everglades City, or Fort Myers, FL
DAY 7: Fly home
Wilderness First Aid:
2 Additional Days Minimum Required
6 People Minimum, 10 Maximum
Course Fee: $235 + Trip Fee Per Person
Wilderness First Responder
4 Additional Days Minimum Required
6 People Minimum 10 Maximum
WFR Certification will require Pre-Trip Book Work
Course Fee: $795 + Trip Fee Per Person
WFR Re-certification Fee: $235 Per person
All Courses include course materials and certificate.