KICKIN' IT IN KEEWAYDIN ISLAND: PRIVATE BOAT TOUR AND LUNCH
- Lot # 909
- System ID # 530919
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Kickin' It in Keewaydin Island: Private Boat Tour and Lunch
Privately guided boat tour to Keewaydin Island on The Conservancy’s 22-foot Boston Whaler for up to four (4) guests
Lunch for four (4) guests at The Snook Inn
If you want a glimpse of Old Florida before the development of the 20th century, bid on this lot for a special visit to Keewaydin Island. Eight miles long and one half-mile wide, Keewaydin is a barrier island located between Naples and Marco Island; it has no cars, roads or bridges and has very few inhabitants. After Marco Island was developed in the 1950s and 60s, residents waged a successful campaign to keep Keewaydin primitive and pristine.
Your party of four will board The Conservancy’s 22-foot Boston Whaler for the journey to Keewaydin, passing osprey nests, dolphins, bald eagles and waterfowl along the way. After exploring the island and visiting The Conservancy’s sea turtle nesting research facility, you’ll cruise Marco Bay and eventually arrive at the famous Snook Inn on Marco Island, known for local seafood and traditional cuisine.
INSIDER’S INFO: Package is available Tuesday through Friday and is valid through January 31, 2023. Reservations must be made at least two (2) weeks in advance and experience is subject to availability and weather. Lunch includes alcoholic beverages, tax and gratuity.
DONOR: The Conservancy of Southwest Florida