PRICING AND INCLUSIONS:
SINGLE KAYAK: $45
STAND UP PADDLE BOARD: $45
TANDEM KAYAK: $75
Pricing Includes: 2-Hour Guided Experience, Equipment, Lifejackets, Paddles, Lights, and FREE Parking
Bring Your Own Kayak/Board: $25/per person
THINGS TO KNOW
Location: Virginia Key Outdoor Center (North)
3801 Rickenbacker Causeway Miami, Fl 33149
Please arrive at least 30-minutes prior to your event start time. Late arrivals are non-refundable.
Difficulty: These paddles are suitable for experienced beginners. Conditions will determine length and final route. Not recommended for first time paddle boarding or kayaking. We will paddle at a leisurely pace.
Cancellation Policy: Full Refunds are available up to 24 hours prior to event start time. Cancellation requests must be made in writing to firstname.lastname@example.org. In the case that there is severe weather prohibiting us from paddling, full refunds will be available to participants or the option to rebook at no cost.
Sunset Kayak and Paddleboard Adventure
Come across our Magic city! Join us as we chase down the sun and catch the ocean's breeze. Launch with us from our serene lagoon and take a trip to the beach or raft up and float as the sun sets behind Miami’s stunning skyline. Come out and enjoy twilight setting the sky aflame as we get up close and personal with nature. The sun splendors as we launch and the dusk engulfs the city when we return.
In the Summers (June to September) watch the waters come alive as bioluminescent plankton light up and delight spectators. Marine glow worms have been very active near the full moon this season. As their courtship heats up, magic happens. Watch them light up the water. These are amazing moments.
One of the most spectacular sights on a night trip is to witness hundreds of tiny star-like bioluminescent plankton flickering like a starry night sky. As you move through the dark water, these small creatures’ glow with life. Wave your paddle through the water in front of you and be mesmerized by the tiny sparkling specs of plankton or Dinoflagellates, tiny unicellular marine plankton also known as fire plants. Fed by the thriving mangrove forest, these small creatures generate a green flash of light when agitated.