Along the Southeastern coast of the United States lies a series of barrier islands. One of these islands is the gem Amelia Island in Nassau County, Florida. Amelia Island is rich in history with a beautiful mix of coastal southern charm and “island time”.
Named after Princess Amelia, daughter of King George II of Great Britain, this island has lived under the dominion of eight different flags – thus acquiring the nickname, Isle of 8 Flags.
Amelia Island’s natural beauty consists of 18 square miles with 13 miles of sand dune-lined beaches. It includes salt marshes, wetlands, an awesome lighthouse, a Civil War-era fort, and a variety of both saltwater and freshwater wildlife, too! Whether you meander through the historic downtown area, stroll the Greenway, or explore by waterway, Amelia Island is your go-to place.
Here at Amelia Island Kayak Excursions, we offer several tours in various habitats on Amelia Island, including the Cumberland Island National Seashore and the Okefenokee Wildlife Refuge, as well.
As a locally owned/operated business, we keep our tours going year-’round. We are an award-winning family business, and are honored that our guests have rated us #1 for nearly 6 consecutive years. We also customize outings for events, holidays, proposals, and other special occasions. To us, our guests are not just a “number”, and our goal is to help them have an authentic, fun, and informative experience as they explore the natural settings of our area.
So, while visiting Amelia Island, book an experience with us and see for yourself what others are talking about! We would be delighted to be a part of your time on the water. And, if you want more information, check out the sites below that include our family’s business and other points of interest as well.
-The Bullington Family, Amelia Island Kayak Excursions, Where Kayaking Fun Begins!