Explore both Mangrove Cay and Iguana Island for a fun, informative time of wildlife spotting, hiking & swimming! These 2 nature reserves are 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. Common sightings include: rock iguanas, sea turtles, upside-down jellyfish, juvenile lemon or nurse sharks, southern stingrays, and a variety of fish & birds!
Wild animals are not caged or trained, therefore, sightings of wildlife can never be guaranteed like in a zoo. The more time you devote to exploring, the ever-greater your chances of seeing wildlife will be.
Drone photography is not included. It is a separate service.
This activity includes clear kayaks, paddles, life jackets and a dry bag with space for your personal belongings.
We will meet at a public beach access in Leeward. GPS directions will be provided in your booking confirmation.
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 5 years old & the total combined weight capacity for each kayak is 420 lbs. Please view our FAQ for more information.