Up Coming Events:
- Mon, Mar 25Mar 25, 2024, 6:45 PMHomosassa Springs Marina, 10806 W Halls River Rd, Homosassa, FL 34448, USACruise down the Homosassa River to see a colorful sunset overlooking the Gulf of Mexico. On our way back up the river we will see a scenic full moon rise over the palm trees and mangroves. We often see Dolphins, Manatees and other wildlife along the way!
We host a variety of unique and adventurous event tours throughout the year.
Exclusively planned with creativity and local knowledge of the area, sea and sky. These one of a kind event tours can only take place during specific times of the year due to seasonal changes and environmental happenings!
Let's get outdoors and see what's going on this month!
We are likely to have something fun coming up whether your a Florida resident or visiting for a short time. There's something for everyone!
Thu, Dec 14|
Chassahowitzka River Campground
Meteor Shower Kayak Adventure
See the sky explode in amazing colors after the sunset through the palm trees and sawgrass paddling down river. Then watch for shooting stars to race across the sky!!!
Time & Location
Dec 14, 2023, 5:20 PM
Chassahowitzka River Campground, 8600 W Miss Maggie Dr, Homosassa, FL 34448, USA
About the event
Geminids Meteor Shower Kayak Adventure
( King of all annual meteor showers!!! )
December , Wed. 12th / Thur. 13th / Fri. 14th
Departs: 5:20PM ~ 2.5 Hours
$50 Per Person Holiday Special Normally $65
This is the most spectacular and impressive meteor shower every year! You definitely don't want to miss this unique and scenic kayak adventure on the Chassahowitzka River, Homosassa, Florida!
We never know what kind of surprises and wildlife we will see paddling down river as the sunsets. Dolphins, manatees, otters, bald eagles and more!
As the early evening sky begins to fall darker we will watch for shooting stars to shoot across the sky!!!
The Geminids is the King of all our annual meteor showers!!! It is considered by the native Indians to be “ The Display of the Heavens!
It produces up to 120 multicolored meteors per hour.
We also learn about the different constellations, planets and how the native indians and sailers used the night sky as a calendar and for navigating at night.
This is an adventurous and educational evening kayak tour. It is not recommended for first time kayakers or young children.
Kayak and all the gear is included.
We outfit our kayaks with the required lights for navigating safely at night.
$50 Per Person Holiday Special *
Max 8 People. Fills up quick.