Sea Serpent Tours
Explore the marshy backwaters of Six Mile Creek in a modern airboat! These flat-bottomed vessels are the most practical way to explore shallow waters. This tour is both a unique and fun way to learn about the region and see indigenous wildlife, including gators, turtles, manatees, and more! You will also see the final resting sites of sunken boats and treasures, and hear the folklore surrounding them from your guide!
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Sea Serpent Tours
A Thrilling Adventure on a 6 or 15 passenger Airboat into the backwaters of the St Johns River and her surrounding tributaries. View “Old Florida’s” natural beauty throughout the protected backwaters of Six Mile Creek. Hear the history of the area and some local folklore that will ensure a fun-filled ride. Find the remains of “Capt Blye” in Palmo Cove where when the tide is right….. sunken boats and treasures are right at our fingertips. Skim through the Lily’s (Spatterdocks) while searching for local wildlife to include gators, turtles, manatees, snakes, and a variety of birds native to NE Florida.
We are also excited to offer other rentals on-site including kayaks, hydro bike paddleboards, and pontoon rentals. Every single tour is an experience of its own and without a doubt, you never know what you’re going to see!
Good To Know
- Fully narrated tour.
- Free “Sea Serpent” souvenir for kids.
- Children must be accompanied by an adult.
- Choose either a 6 or 15 passenger airboat tour.
- Sunken boats and treasures are right at your fingertips.
- Search for local wildlife including gators, turtles, manatee, snakes, and a variety of birds native to NE Florida!
What To Expect
Customers will experience the exhilarating thrill of skimming across waters that are less than 3 inches in depth in a state-of-the-art custom-built airboat. The boats boast a 632 cubic inch high-performance engine capable of producing over 850 horsepower.
Sea Serpent Tours provide extraordinary opportunities to view wildlife in its natural habitat that consists of Gators, Turtles, Snakes, Eagles, Herons, Osprey, Egrets, Ibis, Hawks, Owls, Deer, Wild Boar, and much more.