Without a doubt, the best way to cover the sea in the beaches of Sanibel Island is aboard a Jet Ski (also known as Waverunner ) across open water. Kayaking and paddleboarding may give you more time to take in the quiet nuances and scenery of the area.

Sanibel Island offers everything you could possibly need for a day of island fun off-the-beaten path. Create your own adventure by renting a Jet Ski and exploring independently or sign up for one of Sanibel’s waverunner excursions to take a guided tour of the area. The Sanibel’s  excursion takes you around by Jet Ski to the north tip of Captiva and its neighboring island. On excursions
it’s common to see dolphins playing in the waves as well as manatees, rays and turtles swimming below the surface. If time allows, excursions sometimes go ashore for a little bit of shelling on the uncrowded shores of Cayo Costa – one of the area’s definite must-visit destinations.

You can find the largest rental fleet of boats and waverunners in Southwest Florida. Unlike other rental companies, they don’t place constraints on where you can go. Explore the mangrove shoreline and various bridges of the Caloosahatchee, or make your way into the open waters of Pine Island Sound and the Gulf of Mexico. All rentals here include a full rider’s orientation, during which the experienced crew will brief you on waverunner safety and operation. Not to mention they’ll give you tips on where to spot wildlife along the way.

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