Captain Mike’s Swimming with the Manatees provides memorable guided manatee tours in the Crystal River area to people of all ages. Tailored to deliver a once-in-a-lifetime experience to any person who can swim, Captain Mike’s tours are preceded by an educational presentation to prepare swimmers for a wonderful and safe exploration. On arrival at Captain Mike’s, tour participants are fitted with wetsuits and snorkeling gear, watch safety videos, and receive instruction on safe manatee tours before leaving for their tours.
Unique Family Experience
Captain Mike’s tours are designed to give families a safe, enjoyable and unforgettable experience. Kids who can swim (usually at least 2 years old) and seniors of all ages are welcome to swim with the manatees. While there is essentially no age limit, participants are expected to be comfortable in the water and parents are advised to stay close to their children at all times to ensure safety. All children below the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult to ensure a safe swim. For a family looking to enjoy a great day with the gentle giants in Crystal River waters, Captain Mike’s offers the most friendly and knowledgeable tour guides to find and interact with manatees, swim in the shallow waters with children, and get the best value for your money.
At Captain Mike’s, manatee tours are meticulously planned to include access to the best amenities. All participants get to swim with the manatees, dine at onsite restaurants, and enjoy snacks, beverages and lunch with their tour guides. The onsite restaurants offer fabulous food with generous portions, excellent prices and service provided by wait staff who are friendly, courteous and professional. Participants also have access to inflatable snorkeling vests and wetsuits to keep them warm and enjoy a little extra buoyancy. With Captain Mike’s, you and your family are guaranteed a wonderful and memorable manatee tour. For more information on planning for manatee tours in Crystal River, visit the website for Captain Mike’s Swimming with the Manatees.