We utilize high quality touring kayaks outfitted with foot controlled rudder systems. Instruction is given at the beginning of the tour and as needed along the way. The tour begins at the Turtle Creek Inn dock, on a tidal creek flowing through a mangrove forest. The water is crystal clear. Right away you may see fishes, rays, and sea turtles. Birds can be seen and heard throughout the mangroves. We will emerge onto a flat, a shallow expanse of open water, with stunning views of the surrounding islands and multi hued waters. We will explore this area, arriving to Cut Beach, located on Moriah Cay. This has to be one of the most beautiful beaches in the world! It is an interactive beach with an amazing current that you can float, or play and workout in. Sandbars of gleaming white are exposed and sculpted with each tide change. The color of the water is an awe inspiring symphony of blues! We will play, swim, explore and enjoy this beach for an hour or so. The returning kayak journey will lead us through a crystal clear tidal creek and mangrove tunnel as we work our way back to the inn.
We are Ronda Good and husband, Steve Cox. Kayaking the Moriah Cay National Park is our absolute favorite thing to do. This is an area of incredible natural beauty. We have been guiding kayaking tours here for 18 years. Ronda owned and operated Tropical Kayak Tours in Vero Beach Florida starting in 1999. Steve owned and operated Adventure Kayaking Tours from 1995. We sold our companies and have opened an inn on Little Exuma in the Bahamas. Our unique perspective and knowledge of the flora and fauna can greatly enhance the kayaking experience for our guests. We also have sup boards and offer snorkeling. The beaches we travel to can only be reached by boat and are absolutely stunning! Tidal changes and weather are a concern that we alleviate with local knowledge of this area
FRESHLY PREPARED PICNIC LUNCH ON AN ISLAND
touring kayak, life vest, and all gear
Moriah Cay National Park is a marine preserve in Exuma , Bahamas. The Park consists of an uninhabited island with stunning beaches and the surrounding waters and mangrove forests. The water is crystal clear and mostly less than 4 feet deep, allowing a good view of aquatic plants and wildlife.
Plenty of water, hat, sunscreen, sun glasses (polarized), swimsuit, long sleeve cover
Kayaking the Moriah Cay National Park is an amazing experience. To make the most of it, be prepared for the sun! Bring a hat, polarized sunglasses and plenty of water. Wear sports sandals with a heel strap.