Join our crew aboard The Nana for our two-hour EcoTours. With our EcoTours, you will be discovering wildlife in one of the most biologically diverse…
Join our crew aboard The Nana for our two-hour EcoTours. With our EcoTours, you will be discovering wildlife in one of the most biologically diverse ecosystems in the Northern Hemisphere. The Indian River Lagoon is home to over 4,000 different plant and animal species.
We definitely encourage taking our EcoTour. Be sure to bring any friends, family, or loved ones to an EcoTour with Banana River Boat Tours. We’ll ensure your safety while encountering any wildlife on the water. We also always guarantee that you and your loved ones will experience an unforgettable time. Whether you simply want to experience something new or if this is something on your bucket list, our EcoTours is great anytime!
What To Expect
In the water, you may see Lagoon Bottle-Nosed Dolphins frolicking in pods or chasing baitfish. Cruise by a West Indies Manatee as she lounges in her habitat. View rays breaching the surface, alligators cruising by, or Moon Jellyfish propelling themselves along. There is even the world’s oldest living dinosaur, the Horseshoe Crab, that you may spy as he cruises along the bottom.
Look into the sky and watch majestic Ospreys dive for fish. See the beautiful hues of pink as an endangered Roseate Spoonbill glides by. Hear the sounds of a Great Blue Heron squawking to its mate. Nesting American Bald Eagles will watch as you cruise by. Our knowledgeable crew will point out those birds and many more along the tour.
Keep your eyes peeled as you cruise along the shorelines. There are panthers, bobcats, wild boars, and other local land wildlife as they meander to the river for a drink. Therefore, cameras are encouraged for the entire experience giving you the opportunity to document the marvelous wildlife views of the Space Coast.
On your tour, you’ll be crossing through the southern edge of Mosquito Lagoon. You will be able to view some points of local interest, including Kennedy Space Center. You will be passing by the lock system, which allows waterway travel to Port Canaveral and the Atlantic Ocean.
*Wheel Chair Accessibility