The Naples, Marco Island area is an out-doorman's paradise. It stands as the gateway to Florida's 10,000 Islands, which is part of Everglades National Park. It's the second largest national preserve in the country. Among these mangrove islands are many different species of birds, wildlife, and isolated beaches to discover. If you get tired of fishing or want to stretch your legs, these beaches hold vast shell deposits undisturbed by man. The 10,000 Islands offer solitude and the rare chance to walk the islands without crowded beaches and the pressure of civilization.
See dolphins and manatees up close in their natural environment. Birds such as the osprey, white and brown pelicans, great blue heron, roseate spoonbill, snowy egret, and the white ibis just to name a few. Once you have been here, you will never forget the subtle, endless beauty of this unique subtropical wilderness.
Capt. Tim will be in touch with you soon about planning your trip.