Getting to know the Santa Fe River in Florida – The Santa Fe River in High Springs Florida is one of the natural resources with the clearest water in all of Florida.
Ideal for swimming, diving, kayaking, canoeing, scuba diving …
The upper half of this river is a small winding stream that often dries in periods of little water.
It is recommended a guide to visit the most beautiful parts.
This river disappears in an underground cavern. At about 3 miles it reappears from the depths with a dramatic change.
When uniting with an underground river of crystalline waters, the rebirth of Santa is twice as big.
The Santa Fe, in its last route, runs through a beautiful landscape with a great abundance of wildlife.
Along the last passage of the river, you will find yourself with manantiale
Santa Fe River: Spring-hopping Kayak (& Canoe) Tourhttp://adventureoutpost.net/santa-fe-river-springs-canoe-kayak-trip/
Group size: 1 – 24 paddlers
Trip time: 3 – 4 hours
Skill level: Great for beginners (and enjoyed by experienced paddlers too)
Most guided tours are $50 per person. (includes boat, paddle, vest, shuttling and your guide)
Using your Own Boat – $40. (many paddlers with their own boats like to join us to learn more about the history, archaeology and natural history of these rivers).
Join a scheduled tour (see tour calendar ), or suggest one. Find a free date on the calendar and suggest the trip of your choice. If there are no conflicts, we’ll post it!
Schedule a private tour. Use contac form, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (386-454-0611)
Check the River Locator Map or Click the link below for a local map and then use zoom and panning arrows to explore the area. (Note: the marker is NOT our meeting place, but a nearby landmark.
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