There's No Better Way to Explore Amelia Island than Chartering a Tour with a Local Expert Who Can Show You the Island's Hidden Gems and Must-See Places of Interest.
Visitors to Amelia Island should be sure to enlist the services of a local tour guide or service who can provide you with memories that will last a lifetime. For the outdoor adverturers, a nature or eco-tour by kayak is a great way to experience all the natural beauty and wildlife that makes Coastal Florida such a treasure. Or a dolphin tour or boat cruise is always a great family adventure that makes for unforgettable close-up encounters with the sea and the creatures who call it home. Local captains and tour guides know all the popular spots for dolphin sightings and can almost guarantee that you'll see be sure to see them, and in fact the dolphins often follow the boats and put on quite a show.
For land lovers, a relaxing carriage tour is a romantic escape through the Historic District and village of Fernandina Beach, where you'll find lovely Victorian-era homes and buildings as well as a variety of shops, restaurants and entertainment. And of course there's even a tasting tour provided by a local guide who can take you to all the best restaurants, bars and hot spots of Amelia.
The Bullington family welcomes you to Amelia Island Kayak Excursions. We are an award-winning local family-owned/operated business offering professionally guided kayak, Hobie Mirage® Kayaks & SUP's, and private motor boat tours for all experience levels for Amelia Island and the surrounding areas. We are honored that our guests have rated us #1 on TripAdvisor for over 7 consecutive years in the following Amelia Island categories: Outdoor Activities, Tours, Kayaking, Wildlife/Eco Tours, Private Motor Boat Tours and Water Sports. And, a free digital photo/memory album is included with each kayak tour!
We're rated #1 on TripAdvisor, Bold City Best Watersports and Chamber Award Small Business of the Year.
For your enjoyment, we offer a variety of kayak tours ranging from black water wooded environments, salt marsh estuaries, and intracoastal waterways, to Cumberland Island National Seashore, the Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge, and the Suwannee River. We invite you to join us for one of our tours to enjoy the various aquatic vegetation, birds, and wildlife that nature has to offer in our area. All Tours Receive a Free Digital Photo Album!