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Swim where the Manatees live

from £77 per person

Escape from the hustle and bustle of Orlando’s theme parks and discover the wildlife that calls this region home.

This is a rare opportunity to swim and snorkel with the endangered Florida manatees, as well as visiting the famous Homosassa State Park to view many of Florida’s endangered animals.


  • This experience is a must for animal lovers – not only will you get to snorkel with the endangered Florida Manatees, but you’ll also have the opportunity to see wild dolphins in their natural habitat.
  • Masks and snorkels are provided for you to swim, snorkel and interact with these rare and gentle creatures.
  • Manatees, also known Sea Cows, are gentle giants and they’ll often come to greet you or even roll over to be tickled.
  • After lunch you’ll visit Homosassa State Wildlife Park, famous throughout Florida for the rehabilitation of injured animals.
  • Visit their current resident manatees in an underwater viewing chamber, as well as meeting other endangered animals including the state panther, bears, alligators and even a hippo!
  • Get closer to Florida’s wildlife on this adventure tour – places are limited so book now to avoid disappointment.

Availability: This tour is available on Saturdays, except for some holidays including Christmas Day.

Transfers: Roundtrip transportation is provided from select locations within the Orlando, Kissimmee and Disney Areas

Departure Time: You’ll be picked up from 6.15am. The tour itself departs at 7am.

Return Time: You’ll be returned to your resort at around 5.30pm.

Duration: Please allow a full day for this trip.

Included: Breakfast and Lunch, Snorkelling equipment (Mask, Snorkel and Fins), Admission to Homosassa State Park

Not Included: Wetsuits (available for an additional fee)

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