Adventure on the Great Calusa Blueway

The Great Calusa Blueway connects nearly 200 miles of inland tributaries with Gulf Coast inlets and wetlands. There’s bountiful wildlife, from dolphins and manatees to gators and rays. And because much of the paddling is in safe, protected bays and estuaries, it’s an ideal first-timer’s or family sea kayaking adventure. The well marked “trail” keeps you away from powerboat traffic, and you can find endless deserted cays, beaches, and other wild places to explore.

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