New Tour – Clear Kayak Sunset near Cocoa Beach

Brand New Clear Kayak Sunset Tour in 2022 BK Adventure launches into the new year with a new sunset tour done in clear kayaks! Previously, clear kayaks were only part of our bioluminescence tours. We are excited to now be able to offer the clear kayaks in our sunset tour done at Kiwanis Island Park …

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Perseid Meteor Shower and Bioluminescence Tour Near Orlando, Florida

View the 2021 Perseid Meteor Shower on this Bioluminescence Kayaking Tour The beautiful, amazing Perseid meteor shower will be August 11th through August 13th. Don’t miss out on this unbelievable site to see! Come join us in one of our Clear Kayaks for a fantastic Bioluminescence tour and see the meteor shower on the water! …

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Peak Bioluminescence Season Hits Florida!

by Audra Espinoza BK Adventure guides have reported 10/10 bioluminescence since June 15th! Best Time For Bioluminescence Tour If you’ve never experienced a Florida bioluminescent kayaking tour, this is the perfect time to grab a kayak and go. It’s at its brightest right now! And if we are lucky, it should last until at least …

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5 Reasons to Skip the Theme Parks and Spend A Day Away in Titusville, Florida

Titusville, less than an hour away from Orlando, is full of hidden treasures. While Titusville is most known for the Kennedy Space Center, which is always a must to visit, there are plenty of other things to do in this small town for a jam-packed day full of fun and adventure.

Directions to Beacon 42 Boat Ramp

Directions to Beacon 42 Boat Ramp on the Merritt Island Wildlife Refuge Need Help? Call (407) 519-8711 or (407) 361-9969 Get A Real Time Video of These Directions Here: Part 1 – To Haulover Canal Road Part 2 – To Beacon 42 Drive toward Titusville, FL to the Merritt Island Wildlife Refuge. (Please note, this is …

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Kayaking with Florida Manatees

What to do in Orlando – Haulover Canal Launch Site (Titusville, FL) – Thursday!  This is one of the most amazing eco-tour experiences you can have – anywhere! The manatees in the warm waters of the Indian River love to laze the day away in the coves and lagoons of this brackish estuary.  Paddle with us (quietly) …

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