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Paddle a kayak through mangrove creeks and shallow water on a Key West kayaking tour that offers an up-close look that this unique coastal environment. This guided tour is the perfect way to spot Florida wildlife in a natural habitat.
Join the Blue Moon Crew for a day to Beautifying our waterways. Blue Moon Kayak Key West has adopted Cow Key Channel and is always looking for additional help to clean up our local waters. Here is your chance to help make an impact on your vacation by looking closely in the water, in the mangroves, and on the beaches. Everyone can make a difference by spending a little time of their day picking up one - two - three or more pieces of plastic. We will educate you on the different types of debris we find, and how long each takes to decompose in our natural environment, and what impacts they have to our local flora and fauna. Blue Moon Kayak Key West is part of a non-profit Paddle with a Purpose. Portions of this tour proceeds will go directly back to Paddle with a Purpose to help fund larger scale water way clean ups. Note:This is a tour and clean up excursion, but knowledge is the goal and purpose, not distance so it is great for all skill levels.
You will be cruising the near shore waters of Key West and the Florida Keys on a custom Tiki Bar Boat. Your US Coast Guard Certified Captain is extremely knowledgeable and will point out all the amazing sights. Be sure to bring a camera and a polarized lens for the best photos.
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What Eco Tours in Key West are taking additional safety precautions?
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What Eco Tours in Key West are good for avoiding crowds?
These hidden gems in Key West may have limited interaction with crowds:
- Mallory Square
- Smathers Beach
- Key West Butterfly and Nature Conservatory
- Edward B. Knight Pier
- Fort Zachary Taylor
- Key West Garden Club
- St. Paul's Key West Episcopal Church
- Key West Shipwreck Treasure Museum
- Key West Cemetery
- Mel Fisher Maritime Museum
- Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary
- Overseas Highway
- Key West Aquarium
- Vandenberg Wreck
- Duval Street
- Basilica of Saint Mary Star of the Sea
- Ripley's Believe It or Not! Key West Museum
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