Discover some of the most secluded snorkeling sites and beaches in Florida! Adventures departing from Mexico Beach and Port St. Joe, Florida. This is about an hour east of Panama City Beach.
Florida’s “Forgotten Coast” is an area about an hour east of Panama City Beach, Florida, that stretches from Mexico Beach to Apalachicola. This area consists of very quaint small towns and secluded waterways that are rich in marine wildlife.
The Forgotten Coast has some of the healthiest sea grasses in the state of Florida. 80% of the marine wildlife in Florida depends on these grasses for survival. This area is magical for snorkeling!
On our Forgotten Coast tours, we explore either St. Joseph Bay and St. Joseph Peninsula or we go the other direction and explore the waters around Mexico beach and Crooked island. We will usually find a pod of Dolphins in their natural habitat completely undisturbed by human activity. If you are a nature lover, this is a must do tour for you! It is not uncommon to see wildlife such as sharks, turtles, rays, invertebrates such as starfish, and many different seabird species.
We explore secluded beaches and snorkeling sites that are only easily accessible by boat. We are often the only people around for miles!
This is the ultimate tour for nature lovers and people looking to get away from the crowds for a day!
While in the Port St. Joe and Mexico Beach area, spend the rest of the day or evening exploring these quaint old Florida towns. Enjoy the serene quiet nature beaches or ride a horse on the beach. Explore some great small locally owned eateries and shops. Captain Lorraine, the owner, runs all off the Forgotten Coast Adventures. As a nature lover, this area is her absolute favorite place in North Florida. Make sure to ask Lorraine about other secret fun things to do in the area while you are in town.
All our tours are 6 passengers maximum per boat.
We look forward to exploring this magical, nature lovers paradise with you!
Reservations are required in advance.
Private tours only.
Three hours minimum. This is a very large area to explore.
You are welcome to bring your own food, drinks, snacks or alcoholic beverages. We have an iced cooler on board with bottled water for you.