Discover the natural charms of Naples, Florida.
Located in the southwestern United States, this beautiful city is home to countless fascinating species. Tour its tropical forests, islands or estuaries and experience unforgettable moments on bird watching excursions. Photograph exotic specimens such as plataleas, herons, dolphins and bald eagles.
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Every day is a new adventure
The unique beauty of Naples is undoubtedly a reflection of its perfect combination of the modern and the natural.
The adventure on this beautiful island begins with our visit to J.N. "Ding" Darling National Wildlife Refuge, the first wildlife refuge in the United States. During our tours, we will visit San Carlos, Bunche, Cope Coral and other beautiful sanctuaries where we will explore an ancient cypress swamp, a freshwater marsh and a pine flatwoods forest. Here you can enjoy the beauty of colorful mangrove crabs and photograph wading birds, marbled godwits, black skimmers and the iconic osprey.
The adventure begins with your arrival at Fort Myrest International Airport. Once here, you will be met and transferred to the Holiday Inn hotel.
We will have an early breakfast and visit the first national wildlife refuge in the United States. The J.N. “Ding” Darling National Wildlife Refuge is considered one of the best places to photograph birds. Here you will be able to observe plataleas, herons and other beautiful species.
Thanks to its location on Sanibel Island, this refuge is home to exotic specimens such as the American white pelican, wading birds and shorebirds.
We will access the Red Mangrove Overlook, to enter the incredible landscapes that the mangroves of Naples, Florida offer us. At this overlook, you will be able to observe the cuckoo and enjoy the brilliant colors of the mangrove crabs.
In the afternoon, we will take a 2-hour trip to Cope Coral to photograph the burrowing owl. Then we will go to San Carlos, Bunche beach is a wonderful place to observe wading birds, shorebirds, reddish egrets, plovers, marbled godwits, roseate spoonbills, black skimmers, blackbirds, long-billed curlews, common loons and even raresas like the surface scoter or the sea jaguar.
When the sun sets, we will return to the hotel for the night.
Our first visit will be to the Corkscrew Marisima Sanctuary, where we will walk through an ancient cypress swamp, a freshwater marsh and a pine flatwoods forest. Here you will be able to observe and photograph a variety of passerines, herons and limpets.
In the afternoon before arriving at our destination, we will stop to visit Eagle Lakes Community Park, to photograph species in flight such as the fascinating osprey and other species.
At sunset, we will arrive at Marsh Trail – Ten Thousand Islands NWR, habitat of truly unique species such as the endangered manatee, wood storks and beautiful sea turtles. This interesting territory, formed by small intertwined islands, also attracts blue-winged teal and mottled ducks.
At the end of our day, between 7:00 and 8:00 pm, we will return to the hotel or to the airport according to your schedule.
Each day of your stay in this tour you will have ground transportation and the distances we will travel between each site planned to visit will be minimal.
Naples is known for having spaces designed for tourism; therefore, every detail will provide you with a truly unique experience.
The weather in Naples is warm. The coldest month is January with an approximate temperature of 65.3ºF and the hottest month is August, reaching up to 83.8ºF.
Visas are processed at the airport, so you will not need any additional paperwork to visit Naples.