This popular tour will give you an opportunity to experience the exqusite flora and fauna found in Lake County. From your kayak you will have the opportunity to get a close up view. Your expert guide knows the area and will answer your questions. Make sure to bring your camera to capture the images of a day that is worth remembering.
- Written by Kayak Phil
- Category: EcoTours
Join us for an afternoon on the Palatlakaha, a portion of Lake County's 130 miles of dedicated Blueways. We will launch and enjoy the sights and sounds unique to this outstanding waterway. When we return to the launch the greeting awaiting us will be a picnic lunch complete with a red checked tablecloth. (Vegetarian menus are available.)
Cost: $55 plus tax with kayak rental and lunch
Designated an Outstanding Florida Waterway, the Little Econ Creek is unique in all that it has to offer. As a tributary of the St. Johns River, this creek flows north. Its current is sufficient to keep you moving along at a comfortable pace.
There is this type of algae that is unique to other types. It really isn’t a plant, nor is it an animal though it has a tail that it uses to swim around. It contains the same chemical that a firefly uses on a summer night to light up. This algae glows when it is disturbed. When you join Florida From A Kayak on a bioluminescent tour in Mosquito Lagoon, you will experience one of the best places on earth for this phenomenon.
This paddle, which takes you back in time, is located in northeast Lake County, just south of the town of Astor. After you begin your paddle you will see no buildings or trappings of modern society other than the boats traveling the river.