This series of ecotours is designed to explore the prehistoric and present-day ecology of area rivers.
Secrets of the Wacissa – October 17th 8:30am – 4ish
An all-day paddle from Goose Pasture all the way to Nutall Rise, down the legendarily wild Slave Canal. Braided channels, rapids, swallets, fossils, and beautiful swamp wilderness…Due to the close proximity during our shuttle, and the comfort and safety of everyone, this trip will be limited to 8, fully-vaccinated people. The $75 cost includes shuttle service, guide, boat/safety gear, lunch, and drinks. Proceeds go towards our efforts to preserve the biodiversity of the southeastern Coastal Plain through research and education.
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If you would like to request a private tour, please contact us with possible dates. Cost is $575 for up to 8 people and includes a guide, lunch and refreshments, shuttle service, launch fees if applicable, and all equipment needed.
Secrets of the Wacissa Covid Style – This was not our typical trip. We led a socially distanced out-and-back with no shuttle, no lunch/refreshments provided, and limited to 5 people. It was still an unforgettable trip from Nutall Rise, up the legendarily wild Slave Canal.
Secrets of the Wacissa – a 6-hour paddle from Goose Pasture all the way to Nutall Rise, down the legendarily wild Slave Canal. Braided channels, rapids, swallets, fossils, and beautiful swamp wilderness…
Wakulla’s Mysterious Waters – a 5-hour canoe paddle down the Wakulla River. We explored hidden channels and had close encounters with manatees, turtles, and so much more!