We have known Bill Kehoe for more than 20 years. He has been kayaking since before there were kayaks. Back in the days when there were no hulls or paddles and it was called swimming.
Kayak adventures have trips that leave from Big Pine Key and also trips where you're transported by motor boat to some of the most interesting destinations for birding and enjoying the prisitine envirionment of the Content Keys and the back country.
Florida Keys Kayaking and Kayak ToursWe specialize in Lower Florida Keys backcountry adventures including:
* Half and Full Day Kayaking Nature Tours
* Shallow-water Skiff Eco-tours
* Short and Long Term Kayak Rentals
* Backcountry Sailing Catamaran Cruises
* Shallow-water Fishing
BIG PINE KAYAK ADVENTURES Inc. Captain Bill Keogh has lived in the lower keys for more than two decades and has made his living on or in these waters as a naturalist guide, educator and professional photographer. He has been published in numerous books, magazines and publications throughout the world and co-produced the book written by Jeff Ripple on the natural history of the Florida keys. National Geographic, The Nature Conservancy, World Wildlife fund, Florida Keys National Wildlife Refuges, and many others have used his images.
Captain Bill Keogh's LATEST BOOK:
"The Florida Keys Paddling Guide" is hot off the press. Learn about the natural history of the keys and details of launches and paddling routes from Key West to Key Largo. Biological line illustrations, photos by the author, a sea turtle guide, birding checklist, tide information and a ton of other informative tid-bits make this a diverse and handy little guide. Call the author (877-595-2925 or 305-872-7474) for a signed copy to be delivered to your door for only $22 including tax and shipping.
Captain Bill Keogh has been recommended by the New York Daily News, Boston Globe, Lonely Planet, Outside Magazine, Fodor's Guides, CNN Hotspots and many others. We were recently featured in 2003 by Islands magazine (January-February 2003 issue) and Travel & Leisure (March 2003).
Recent Press Coverage/Articles of Interest:
ABCNEWS.com : Kayaking in the Florida Keys
CNN.com: Kayakers Explore the Backcountry