Enjoy the peace and tranquility of Fort Lauderdale’s water with a quiet, hour-long kayak ride. Consider this the environmentally-friendly, and healthy, alternative to renting a boat. Chances are you’ll see some incredible fish and marine life, and may even pick up a new, lifetime hobby.
The Hyatt Pier will be temporarily closed through August 2014. Unfortunately, this attraction will be unavailable until AFTER August 2014.
While boating is fun, kayaking in Florida’s pristine waters may just prove to be one of the most unforgettable parts of your trip. Something about being in nature, at one with the wildlife, and gliding (and quietly) gently along the water’s surface, simply can’t be topped by a boat ride. Consider adding a one-hour kayak rental to your day at Fort Lauderdale’s stunning beaches.
Best Boat Club of Fort Lauderdale offers you the chance to take a pristine outing, solo or with the family, in the waters around the rental location at the HYATT Pier 66 hotel. The spot is perfectly situated near the city, but the waters are still teeming with wildlife and ready to be explored by kayak. Stay alert and you will see brightly-colored fish, sting rays, dolphins, sea turtles (if you’re lucky), and there is a good chance that you’ll see a manatee or two—these loveable sea creatures love boats, and often hang out in the warmer waters of harbors and marinas.
This Fort Lauderdale kayak outing is great for experienced kayakers, but is just as suitable for beginners, given the gentle tide and fairly enclosed location. Are you new to kayaking? Here are a few things to know in advance of your trip.
Note: These Kayaks are two-seaters, which can be used by one or two people. Per person price is the same for one or two people in a boat.
Save even more with these pre-built discount packages that include Kayak Rental in Ft. Lauderdale bundled with other great Miami attractions.