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Big Pine Kayak Adventures

1791 Bogie Dr, Big Pine Key, FL 33043-5023
+1 305-872-7474
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Great experience

This was our 1st time kayaking and had the pleasure to have Nick and Buddy as our guides. Our son... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
barnold3
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Marysville, Ohio
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Great experience with Nick!

There was 3 hour kayaking/snorkeling tour that my husband and I enjoyed a lot. Nick showed us many... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Galina K
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Join Capt Bill Keogh and His eco-tour guides on an outdoor adventure of a life time in the Florida Keys. Bill is the author of "The Florida Keys Paddling Guide" and has been a professional photographer in the Keys for three decades. Using kayaks,paddlecraft and/or motorboats we explore the remote regions of the Key Deer and Great White Heron National Wildlife Refuge backcountry waters departing from our dock at the historic Old Wooden Bridge Fishing Camp.
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1791 Bogie Dr, Big Pine Key, FL 33043-5023
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

This was our 1st time kayaking and had the pleasure to have Nick and Buddy as our guides. Our son was excited that we kayaked to No Name Key. Nick was very informative and pointed out many fish and wildlife. We also spotted Key Deer...More

Thank barnold3
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

There was 3 hour kayaking/snorkeling tour that my husband and I enjoyed a lot. Nick showed us many interesting species living in Florida Keys such as Nurse and Lime Sharks, stone crab, stingrays..Nick was very intelligent and professional guide. We had plenty of fun.

Thank Galina K
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

My wife and I went out with Nick, having never kayaked before. What a cool thing to do for an afternoon. Informative about the area and patient helping us navigate/handle the kayak.

Thank nanceyparker
Reviewed 3 May 2017

Very entertaining and professional tour. Comfortable kayaks, beautiful area, and a great value. Hope to return soon for the back country tour!

Thank Christian H
Reviewed 22 April 2017

This was by far our best experience in the Keys. We were in a mixed group including older ladies who had never been kayaking and a young girl who was a bit nervous. Nick, our guide really looked after us and was really knowledgeable about...More

1  Thank Nic73
Reviewed 10 April 2017 via mobile

Our family spent an afternoon kayaking the shallow water and mangroves off Big Pine with Chris. He is a great guide and took good care of all of us - including my 80 year old father. He is very knowledgeable and made our trip a...More

1  Thank J K
Reviewed 4 April 2017

I rented 2 kayaks for my son and I for a trip to fish on our own. For around $100 each we got the kayaks and all of the gear and bait needed. We fished a shoreline near the marina and caught a few fish....More

Thank buktrvlr
Reviewed 26 March 2017

This was an awesome adventure with Chris as our guide. I would recommend requesting him for your tour if at all possible. We booked the backcountry tour and it was worth every penny. Chris was super chill and very knowledgable about Big Pine and the...More

Thank jes_agee
Reviewed 19 March 2017

Lovely paddle through the mangroves and across the water and under the bridge. We saw millions of little (non stinging) jellyfish- they were amazing and everywhere, like art glass. Sadly, our trip leader had little or nothing to say the entire trip, although she did...More

Thank lilalubean
Reviewed 26 February 2017 via mobile

Spent a morning this week on an eco tour with Chris as our guide. Boated out to some mangrove island and then set loose in kayaks with Chris as the leader. Beautiful weather and calm seas allowed for for great viewing of sharks, turtles and...More

Thank Cindy45_12
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Katrina B
Can you bring your own kayaks and is there a discount?
3 May 2017|
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Response from J K | Reviewed this property |
I'm not sure. We rented the boats and had Chris as our guide. I suggest calling and asking the owner. He is very nice and easy to work with. Have fun!
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sgunjan
I want to take the group tour with my wife. Do they have Kayaks that sit two people? My wife is really scared of water so also want to understand if the Kayaks are stable and safe.
13 April 2016|
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Response from Don B | Reviewed this property |
My wife and I shared a tadem kayak. You sit down in these kayaks opposed to the ocean style type where you are more on top of the kayak. That makes them pretty stable. Going through the mangroves in the tadem is a little... More
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snowminky
Hi there We'd like to take our 2.5 year old on a kayak tour, do you think it's suitable? I'm also a keen photographer so would like to take some shots which would be difficult with lots of people on the kayak, how many people would be on the kayak? kind regards S
11 October 2015|
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Response from TMK62 | Reviewed this property |
The kayaks are either a single or double. Obviously a 2 year old could not paddle their own kayak so you would have to take a double. Would just be the two of you. Personally, I think 2 1/2 is a little young. You are... More
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