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The natural splendor of Naples, Marco Island and the Everglades is yours to behold.

What earns the area its Paradise Coast nickname are the estuaries, mangroves, cypress swamps, forests and beaches that are home to dolphins, birds, black bears, manatees and other wildlife. The area is home to several nature preserves, including Everglades National Park and Big Cypress National Preserve, as well as state, local and private nature parks perfect for bird watching, spotting other wildlife, hiking, canoeing, kayaking, photography, fishing and boating. Feel free to spend time outside whether you're an insect-fearing city slicker, a nature lover or something in between. Boardwalks, nature centers, canoe trails, waterways and swamp hikes present plenty of opportunities for exploration.

 

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Scuba Marco

1141 Bald Eagle Dr.
Marco Island, FL 34145

Our dive sites boast a variety of tropical fish including Queen and French Angelfish, Blue Tangs, ParrotFish, and Spotfin Butterflies to name a few....

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Kayak Tours with Mike Devlin

Cochatchee River Park,
13535 Vanderbilt Drive
Naples, FL 34110

If you have no experience in a kayak, or you have years of experience in a kayak, you will love this family-friendly, fun-filled Eco Tour of the real ...

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All Water Excursions

12345 Tamiami Trial N.
Naples, FL 34110

Let us outfit you or book you on a group tour while kayaking, paddleboarding or on Waverunners on the Cocohatchee River out to the Gulf of Mexico....

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Adventure Paddle Tours

525 Newport Dr
Naples, FL 34114

We do what we love, Adventure Paddle Tours offers Florida Master Naturalist led kayak tours and ACA certified Standup Paddleboard (SUP) lessons, led b...

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City of Naples Dog Park

280 Riverside Circle
Naples, FL 34102

The City of Naples Dog Par (Central Bark)  includes two separate off leash areas.  The South section is a one acre fenced area for large dogs and the ...

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