Goodland is a census-designated place (CDP) in Collier County, Florida, United States. The population was 267 at the 2010 census. It is part of the Naples–Marco Island Metropolitan Statistical Area. Located on an outlying portion of Marco Island, it is the closest community to Cape Romano, the southern tip of a nearby island that was the official site of the Florida landfall of Hurricane Wilma.
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TropicBird offers the only naturalist-led ecotours of the 10,000 Islands under sail. We specialize in full day luxury private sailing charters deep into the 10,000 Islands.Our philosophy is to go softy. We hoist the sails as soon as we can. We want you to relax, unwind and enjoy the water sliding by and get a taste of cruising life. You can help crew the boat as much or as little as you like. Guests will see, hear and experience nature as intended in complete comfort with only the gurgle of water and gentle breezes across the very stable deck of our 34’ catamaran, TropicBird, as she slips through the pristine 10,000 Islands, where the western Everglades meet the Gulf of Mexico. Due to TropicBird’s exceptional shoal draft (just 18”) she can really reach the back waters. It’s a full day experience with an excellent lunch, wine, beer and all refreshments included.
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Drive your own 2 seat catamaran, while your guide leads you through the backwaters of Marco and the 10,000 Islands. Simply the best way to view nature only inches from the water.
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Are you looking to have the trip of your life on the water’s of Marco Island, Naples and The Everglades? Did you know our Guides are all retired Florida Wildlife Law Enforcement Officers or Florida Master Natuaralists? Our Captains strive to make every trip the best trip you have ever had. We know the waters like the back of our hands and work hard to make sure you are having the time of your life.
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We offer the best shelling, dolphin, fishing, and Eco-Tours in Marco Island, 10,000 Islands,and Naples. Our Captain is a Naples Native with 30+ years experience in guiding!
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Only 10 minutes from the beaches of Marco Island you can experience the 10,000 Islands area of the Everglades. Enjoy a 2 hour Birding, Dolphin and Wildlife Photo Eco Tour is a very comfortable power boat. Designed specifically for families the 3.5 hour 10,000 Eco Excursion is a hands on learning experience. Our most popular experience, however, is the Boat Assisted Kayak Eco Tour. Daily departures are limited to six guests, so reservations are required.
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As seen on the Travel Channel: Sand Dollar Shelling is the preferred excursion for shells and dolphin tours according to Marco’s hotels and resorts. Get up close to dolphins like never before while they ride the wake from behind the boat. We know South West Florida’s best kept private locations, and we guarantee the best shelling around. Captain Jim, our area historian, and eco-guide, will take you on a once in a lifetime tour through the 10,000 islands where you will see nature like never before.
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Ecology Tours, Shelling Tours, Boat Tours, Dolphin Tours, Sunset Tours and Fishing Charters in sunny Southwest Florida with certified Florida Master Naturalist and USCG Master Captain. Servicing Goodland, Marco Island, Naples, Bonita Springs and Fort Myers
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Eco Endeavors specializes in education based adventures through the 10,000 Islands National Wildlife Refuge and coastal mangrove ecosystems of Everglades National Park. Explore barrier islands, visit remote beaches for shelling and enjoy the ultimate family adventure! For additional availability and special pricing visit us at ECOENDEAVORS.ORG
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Book your tour at https://marcoislandecotours.com. In this Eco Tour you drive your own 2-seater boat! You could come within an arm's reach of dolphins from your small Craigcat boat, which seats two side by side. Guided tours explore the bays and creeks of the 10,000 Islands. Osprey soar above and manatees dawdle through the waters below you. Stop at a deserted barrier island, shell and have a gulf-side lunch!
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