Explore both Mangrove Cay and Iguana Beach for a fun, adventurous time of wildlife spotting! This nature reserve is apart of the Princess Alexandra National Park, where it is not allowed to feed, fish or collect wildlife, making it a safe haven for wildlife to flourish. When visiting Iguana Beach, you’ll be able to come out of the kayak and explore before heading back to the launch location.
Common sightings include: rock iguanas, sea turtles, conch, upside-down jellyfish, juvenile lemon or nurse sharks, southern stingrays, and a variety of fish & birds! This tour can only take place during high tide hours, which varies day to day.
Tour guide, clear kayaks, paddles, life jackets and cold bottled water. Clear paddleboards are not available for this activity.
For directions to the meeting location, please use the Google Maps GPS link provided in your booking confirmation email.
What to bring
We encourage you to wear & bring the following: sun protective clothing (swimsuits are optional), sunglasses, a hat, a towel, biodegradable reef safe sunscreen & your camera.
The minimum age requirement for this activity is 3 years old & the total combined weight capacity for each kayak is 420 lbs. Please view our FAQ for more information.