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Big Pine Kayak Adventures

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Big Pine Kayak Adventures
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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...more
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1791 Bogie Dr, Big Pine Key, FL 33043-5023
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+1 305-872-7474
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Reviewed 4 October 2018

First kayak trip for my wife and I and it was great. Cpt. Bill knowledgeable about the wildlife and had some good stories about the area. The 2.5 hour trip was actually a little over 3. Bring some bottled water with you.

Thank Tina T
Reviewed 3 August 2018

We used this company 8 years ago and had such a great experience we brought our family back to do it again. Amazing experience to kayak through the mangroves and wonderful, knowledgeable guides. Captain Sarah was great, full of information and an enjoyable personality. Highly...More

Thank anetplaystennis
Reviewed 29 May 2018

Helpful, friendly kayaking crews who get you out on the open water. Paddle thru hidden coves, among the mangroves, or head out into open water. Their full moon kayaking trips are the best!

Thank mrsh20152015
Reviewed 10 April 2018

Cody was great! took 2.5 hour tour through the mangroves that was closer to 3 hours. Not rushed at all, very patient with new paddlers. I've kayaked for years but he still taught me a thing or two. Plenty of remnants from Irma in the...More

Thank Jason G
Reviewed 23 March 2018

Actually, we first attempted to book with Captain Marcus of Florida Keys Kayaks and Eco Tours. Unfortunately, Captain Marcus was suffering from a serious bout of Keys Disease (couldn't respond to emails, return phone calls, or remember previous conversations). So we gave up on Marcus...More

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Reviewed 15 February 2018 via mobile

We had a really lovely sunset paddle with our guide, Cody. The wind was pretty stiff so we crossed over to No Name Key and took had a leisurely paddle along the mangroves. We saw sponges, a green heron (twice), a kingfisher, white heron, black...More

Thank Marnie99
Reviewed 23 July 2017 via mobile

We took the afternoon to paddle over to no name key. Visited the small wreck, saw a shark and several small different smaller fishes. The service was ok and the gear was "so so" but the water and the experience was perfect. The place is...More

Thank PN1973
Reviewed 23 July 2017 via mobile

A truly remarkable experience my family had. Captain Bill was great to work with and our tour guide Nicole was great, friendly, informative and made a great Experience for my family

Thank turleyscott
Reviewed 2 July 2017 via mobile

Well organized, well informed guide, and adorable dog! The trip through the mangroves was challenging but great fun. Our guide was was nice enough to recommend excellent restaurants to us.

Thank Albert C
Reviewed 29 June 2017

Family kayak trip with 7 of us through the mangroves. Our guide Sera was great, very laid back and obviously cares about you having a relaxing and enjoyable trip as well as keeping you informed. A little tip about the mangroves, mosquitoes ! Dress properly...More

Thank Pete B
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Tourist661877
24 June 2017|
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Response from J K | Reviewed this property |
I think they do have paddle boards. Call ahead to ask. The folks are very nice.
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Katrina B
2 May 2017|
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I don’t know?
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sgunjan
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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SapnaOdlinPhotos
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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JBCtwinstars
29 March 2015|
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Response from JohnGettler | Reviewed this property |
It is 3 hours like it says. The less expensive group tour stays near the kayak company, while the backcountry uses a power boat to get you out into the backcountry before you start kayaking. Not sure if Bill has a kayak... More
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