Sun. Aug 18th, 2019

There Is So Much to Do on Captiva Island So See the Views from Various Directions

If you are a history buff a tour of Captiva Island is just perfect for you. They host guided tours and their guides know almost everything the antiquity of Captiva Island. They will teach you everything from the culture of the Calusa tribe to the effect that old Cuba has had on fishing in the areas; these guides have tons of information concerning life and history on Captiva Island.

Water sports

And don’t forget that you can fish from you kayaker your canoe on Captiva Island. Also for further information regarding these tours or anything else on the Captiva island rentals website.

Sailing

Have you been learning to sail, or have you been wanting too? Your vacation on Captiva Island is just the place for you to be. The number 1 Sailing School in America is in this area. Offshore Sailing School, which was founded by Olympic Sailor CEO, Steve Calgate and is in Captiva Island’s backyard. You can enjoy getting a sailing lesson from the expert or take a two-day intro course to sailing getaway. You will learn on safe as well as unsinkable boats. And while learning to sail you will probably get up close and personal with manatees and dolphins, which is just another bonus to fun on the water. You can contact Offshore Sailing School 239-454-1700.

Parasailing

For even more of an adventure go parasailing – while flying high experience views that will take literally take your breath away of Captiva Island. Go parasailing alone or with one or two friends. And while gliding through the sky, you can look down and see manatees, sea turtles, and dolphins below. This exciting adventure is one you are sure to remember and share for years to come with friends and family.

Wave running

If you are looking for another thrilling and exhilarating skill while visiting this island, why don’t you rent a wave runner and explore on your own or sign up for a personal guided tour. You can enjoy encountering bottlenose dolphins, sea turtles, manatees, great blue herons, and possible roseate spoonbills.

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