7 Day Land and Sea Park Expedition $2295 USD
Sun, Sand and Fun! Spirit of the West Adventures is excited to be offering our 5th season of kayaking tours in the beautiful Bahamas! These tours have been designed to provide the perfect balance between kayaking and time spent lounging under a palm tree, snorkeling and generally just enjoying all that the Bahamas has to offer.
For the 2016 season we will be offering 2 different tours, 'expedition style' trips where we change campsites most nights.
The Southern Exuma Cays Expedition takes us into many places too shallow for larger boats, including a mix of mangrove and beach habitats, by an impressive blowhole, islands inhabited by iguanas and to areas formerly used as sea salt collecting flats. This is a well-rounded and approachable expedition-style tour for kayakers of all ability levels that starts and ends in George Town (GGT) on Great Exuma Island.
The Land and Sea Park Expedition has us exploring the heart of the famous Land and Sea Marine Park. This was the first marine park of its kind and has enjoyed protected status for over 50 years, meaning a wealth of sea life to enjoy while kayaking and snorkeling in the crystal clear Caribbean waters. We also visit the swimming pigs, swim with nurse sharks, paddle by Johnny Depp's private island, keep our eye out for the Hutia (Bahamas native land mammal), snorkel at the reknowned Sea Aquarium and of course explore picture perfect beaches. This is generally an intermediate level expedition style tour that starts and ends in Staniel Cay, accessed by regional flight from Nassau or through direct flight from Fort Lauderdale.
We look forward to kayaking with you in the beautiful Bahamas.
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$2295 Land and Sea Park Route
Start: Staniel Cay or George Town, the Exuma Cays, Bahamas
Skill level: Easy to Moderate
Wildlife: Opportunities to view iguanas, swimming pigs, sting rays, sea turtles, reef fish and so much more.