Amelia & Cumberland Island Boat Tour
Up to 6 People 2 Hours ($125 /additional hour) Complimentary Photography Included
Mon–Sun 7am–9pm ET
$300 / Boat
($125 /additional hour)
Amelia & Cumberland Islands
WITH ANY QUESTIONS
- Downtown Fernandina
- Shrimp Boat Fleet
- Amelia River
- Fort Clinch
- Cumberland Island National Seashore
- Wild Horses
- Dungeness Ruins
- Greyfield Inn
- Dolphins, Manatee, Birds, Wild Horses
Amelia Island is the southernmost island in the Sea Island chain that stretches along the Atlantic Ocean from Florida to South Carolina. Our Amelia Island & Cumberland Island Boat Tour takes you on an exploration of Amelia Island and Cumberland Island. Amelia Island is the birthplace of the modern shrimping industry and formerly home to pirates and bawdy women, Amelia Island and Fernandina Beach boast a rich history.
The region’s abundant bionetworks include tidal marshes, coastal waterways, estuaries, ocean shorelines, and upland hammocks which provide unique habitats to plant and animal communities found nowhere else in the world. Amelia Island is also part of the Great Florida Birding Trail, where over 470 species of rare and common birds can be found, including roseate spoonbills, painted buntings, bald eagles, great blue herons, snowy egrets, and the endangered American wood stork.
Our Amelia Island & Cumberland Island Boat Tour navigates this intimate barrier island located directly on the Intracoastal Waterway, providing picturesque views of pastoral marshes, moss-draped live oak trees, and the sun-drenches beaches of the Atlantic Ocean.
On the water, we keep a lookout to spot dolphins, manatee, sea turtles, and if you’re lucky, a right whale during migration season. Bobcats, deer, raccoons, alligators, and armadillos are found in Fort Clinch State Park and Egan’s Creek.
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Leave No Trace
We at Amelia Adventures are proud to practice Leave No Trace outdoor ethics.
This means that we encourage and teach our guests to take only photos and leave only footprints. But Leave No Trace is much more than that – it is a lifestyle that instills values and respect for our environment and our world.
We respect our local wildlife and ask that our guests enjoy observing animals, reptiles, and birds in their natural habitat, but always let them be, as nature intended.