Duration: 2.5 hours; $36. earching for a "fin" time? You'll flip for this dolphin discovery cruise! This 2.5-hour excursion is offered during the sunset hours, making it the ideal time to observe Bottlenose Dolphins feeding, playing, and being generally adorable! As you travel, you'll learn all about their social behavior from knowledgeable guides, observing them in salt marshes and barrier island inlets that form a natural habitat. In addition to Bottlenose Dolphins, you'll also spend time learning about and observing Loggerhead Sea Turtles. Plus, you'll disembark at Capers Island to spend an hour exploring the "Boneyard Beach" on foot, making this a fun, family-friendly, and educational experience!
Learn about Bottlenose Dolphins and Sea Turtles during a 2.5-Hour Sunset Cruise
Observe Dolphins Feeding and Playing during Their End-Of-Day Routine
Spend an Hour Exploring Capers Island on Foot
Celebrate Your Day with an Educational and Family-Friendly Outing
Blue Crabbing Excursion Cruise
Duration: 3.5 hours; $45. How do you know your seafood is really fresh? Catch it yourself! This Blue Crab meal will be unlike anything you could ever get in a restaurant. It all starts with an excursion into winding tidal waters around Capers Island, an undeveloped barrier island. As you travel, you'll learn all about the history of Blue Crabs. Then, you'll set up at an excellent crabbing spot, where your guides will teach you to crab using old-fashioned hand line and chicken neck methods. Afterwards, you'll set up on the beach, where you'll clean and boil the Crabs, before introducing them to your stomach. That'll teach them to be shellfish.
Master techniques for catching Blue Crabs during a family-friendly excursion
Learn about the History of the Blue Crab and Crabbing Techniques
Set up on an Undeveloped Beach on Capers Island To Clean and Cook Your Crabs
Enjoy a Boiled Blue Crab Meal
Capers Wildlife Exploration Cruise
Duration: 3.5 hours; $42. Got that sinking feeling you're not getting enough of the great outdoors? Quench your thirst for adventure during this 3.5-hour ecological boat tour! You'll head out on a small, open-air boat capable of navigating the winding tidal creeks around Capers Island. Capers is one of the few undeveloped barrier islands; an excellent venue for marine and wildlife viewing. Arriving on the island, you'll have 1.5 hours to explore the beach and interior freshwater ponds. Common sightings on the way and on the island include bottlenose Dolphins, Pelicans, Bald Eagles, Osprey, Herons, and Egrets. You'll also use nets and habitat traps to get a closer look at marine creatures, making this an excellent, family-friendly learning adventure. How's that for floating your boat?
Explore an Undeveloped Barrier Island during a 3.5-Hour Boat Cruise
Spend Time Exploring the Island's Beach by Foot for a Closer Look At the Marine Life Below
Use Nets To Catch Marine Creatures and Then Learn about Them on This Educational Experience
Spot Dolphins, Bald Eagles, Egrets, and Other Wildlife Creatures during Your Trip
Cancellation Policy: Cancellations received 24+ hours in advance will only be allowed to reschedule. If tour is cancelled by company you will have the option to reschedule or receive a refund.