The weather here at Fort Myers beach is just perfect this week so far, highs in the mid 80’s and lows in the upper 60’s with the gulf breeze and plenty of sunshine. Much better than the rains and dark clouds from the past weekend. Regardless of the weather, the wildlife has been abundant as usual with lots of dolphins around and many of our migratory birds visiting for the fall and winter months. We are also still seeing some manatees around feeding on the grass flats. The woodstorks are back too and we have been spotting them around Fort Myers Beach in the bay feeding alongside with the roseate spoonbills, egrets, and herons. We are so lucky to have so much wildlife right in our backyard- from the the smallest little snail to large manatees topping over 1500 lbs.
Col360 – Manchester, England said..."Highly Recommended"
The captain was also very well informed about all aspects of nature and was happy to answer lots of questions from our enthusiastic kids.
ColoradoTodd – Fort Collins, CO said..."Great Dolphin Watching!"
Saw lots of dolphins, birds and even a manatee cow and calf at the dock. I thought it was very informative and fun and included a stop on the beach for shelling.
Juliefishman from Ohio said..."Great people, great experience! Would do this again!!"
They went out of their way to make sure we saw some dolphins and also to make our excursion the most enjoyable possible! Wonderful crew!
Gilligan from Illinois said..."Loved the Boat Tour!"
The boat was clean and comfortable. The crew was informative and friendly. The cruise was beautiful