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"We had a unforgettable eight people kayaking trip at Extreme Emerald Cut with Kenny :). You can see gators, turtles and many kind of birds out there. Jenny and Kenny are great persons and they really care about their customers. Kenny is also expert of Floridas nature and wildlife. This was our third..."

Teemu and Family, Finland

Central Florida Nature Adventures, llc

Orlando - Daytona Beach - Mt. Dora - Ocala

(352) 589-7899

jenny@kayakcentralflorida.com


Your Orlando Kayak Company | Prepare to Have Fun!

Welcome to Your Orlando Kayak Company prepare to have some fun!

To prepare for your excursion, here is a quick checklist of items you will need to bring:
1. Your lunch or some snacks (depending upon trip time and duration)
2. Non-alcoholic beverages
3. Sun block
4. Proper water attire & a change of clothes is always a good thing to have...just in case
5. Water shoes (old sneakers will do just fine as well)
6. Sun glasses
7. Cameras are OK too

Also, it's always good to dress in layers. That is a great way to maximize your comfort. During the warmer months, you might want to bring an extra set of clothes with you and a towel to leave in the car. That way you are prepared if you decide to cool off in the water.

Your guide will provide:
1. A cooler with ice packs to store your lunch and beverages
2. A first aid kit
3. Drinking water
4. Clean kayaks, paddles and PFDs (life jackets),
5. Narration and education of Florida's diverse flora and fauna
6. Some peace & quiet on the water and a great time!


Restrictions:
There are no alcoholic beverages allowed on our tours, there is plenty of time for that afterwards.


Relax and enjoy Florida’s natural settings… your body and your brain will thank you!



To prepare for your excursion, here is a quick checklist of items you will need to bring:
1. Your lunch or some snacks (depending upon trip time and duration)
2. Non-alcoholic beverages
3. Sun block
4. Proper water attire & a change of clothes is always a good thing to have...just in case
5. Water shoes (old sneakers will do just fine as well)
6. Sun glasses
7. Cameras are OK too

Also, it's always good to dress in layers. That is a great way to maximize your comfort. During the warmer months, you might want to bring an extra set of clothes with you and a towel to leave in the car. That way you are prepared if you decide to cool off in the water.

Your guide will provide:
1. A cooler with ice packs to store your lunch and beverages
2. A first aid kit
3. Drinking water
4. Clean kayaks, paddles and PFDs (life jackets),
5. Narration and education of Florida's diverse flora and fauna
6. Some peace & quiet on the water and a great time!


Restrictions:
There are no alcoholic beverages allowed on our tours, there is plenty of time for that afterwards.


Relax and enjoy Florida’s natural settings… your body and your brain will thank you!