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Things to Do

Kayak Tour

Jim Neville Marine Preserve is a 35-acre protected area that surrounds Midnight Pass in Little Sarasota Bay, the bay that Turtle Beach Resort sits on. This tour leaves from Turtle Beach (a two minute walk from the resort) and leads out into the bay...

Selby Botanical Gardens

Home to numerous exotic plants, including orchids, ferns and bromeliads, Selby Gardens is a tropical oasis you don't want to miss. Located in the heart of Sarasota, this attraction also serves as a research center and is a world leader in the study and...

Sailing Cruise

Key Sailing offers a range of sailing cruises to fit your needs. You can explore the bay, head out into the gulf, watch the sunset or catch a tan as you relax and observe the nature surrounding you. Snacks, soft drinks, water and chocolates are included...

Marine Laboratory & Aquarium

Mote Marine offers the chance to explore the oceans through interactive exhibits, viewable labs, touch pools and much more. A world-renowned marine research laboratory with a sea turtle, dolphin and whale animal hospital, Mote Marine is a great place to...

Paddleboarding

Leave from the Turtle Beach Inlet, just a short walk away, and experience the ultimate night time adventure on Siesta Key. Your paddleboard will be glowing with LED lights as you glide through the water on this unique 90 minute tour....

Dive For Shark’s Teeth

The close neighboring town of Venice is considered the "Shark Tooth Capital of the World". In prehistoric times it was a feeding ground for the giant Carcharocles Megalodon shark. Take advantage of this unique opportunity to find a giant shark's tooth...

Myakka River State Park

Myakka River State Park is one of the oldest and largest state parks in Florida. Visitors here will likely see alligators, wading birds and other local wildlife. Anyone interested in birding would consider this park a slice of heaven. There are many...