Pink Shell Location
200 Estero Blvd. 
Ft. Myers Beach, FL

DiamondHead Location 
2000 Estero Blvd.
Ft. Myers Beach, FL 

Best Western Location
684 Estero Blvd
Ft. Myers Beach, FL
(239) 463-6778

Come share with us the pristine beauty of the islands as you catch a glimpse of the diverse wildlife native to Estero Bay. Learn how to ride a WaveRunner and experience the thrill of racing through the Gulf of Mexico. Enter the back bay and watch gentle dolphins at play. Our Dolphin Tours on Ft. Myers Beach allow you the experience of riding a powerful WaveRunner and enjoying the scenic waters of Estero Bay.  It’s an unforgettable experience to see the dolphins, manatees and birds in their natural environment.  This could be the highlight of your vacation!

Fort Myers beach dolphin tour

This 90-minute guided tour will allow you to experience an abundance of colorful wildlife.  Here you will see beauty like no other place on earth. Your entire family will enjoy this amazing adventure.

Our guides provide you with an unforgettable experience.  First they’ll go over safety details and teach you how to drive a Waverunner.  And then they explain the wildlife viewing laws.  Our guides also cover some of the history of Ft. Myers Beach, and the area’s ecosystems.  Our expert mechanic keeps your watercraft in pristine and prime condition for the tour.

The tour covers the length of the seven-mile island and travels into Estero Bay.  You’ll encounter bottlenose dolphins, osprey, turtles, eagles, a variety of fish and maybe even a shy manatee. 

Dolphins will swim right up to you.  They are intuitive and curious creatures.  They live all over the world, but the bottlenose dolphin prefers warm tropical water. Dolphins normally swim at 3 to 7 miles per hour, but when they want to they can exceed 20 miles per hour.  A dolphin’s body is streamlined to allow this fast pace.

Bottlenose dolphin can dive as deep as 150 feet. They exist on a diet of fish and squid.  Dolphins use sound to find objects in their environment.  The dolphin generates a sound pulse (a series of clicks) in its forehead and this is sent through the water.  Scientists believe that the dolphins hear returning echoes by feeling the same sound pulses against their jaws.  Different objects give off different echoes.

Estero Bay is an estuary of Ft. Myers Beach.  The bay is an inlet of the Gulf of Mexico.  It’s long and shallow, covering about 15 square miles, bordered on the west by barrier islands and with its access to the Gulf by four passes – Matanzas, Big Carlos, New Pass and Big Hickory Pass.

Don’t miss this once in a lifetime experience.  A great way to create family memories that will last forever.