On Perdido Key, there are a lot of things to do in the water, with options for just about any age and experience level.
If you ask people about what they truly love about Perdido Key, “the water” will be one of the top answers. A vacation will always be memorable when it is spent in the waters.
If you want to get a breathtaking view of the Gulf Coast from 400-800 feet in the air, then you must try Parasailing. You can go parasailing alone or in pairs as you launch from a parasailing boat. This
is staffed and supervised by U.S. Coast Guard certified captains.
If you want a taste of adrenaline, you can try jet skiing! There are experienced instructors who will guide you to all the basics and safety information and when this is all done, you will be in control and you can head out into the Gulf as quickly or as slowly as you would like to go. Ideal for groups who are up for adventures, you may want to try the six-seater inflatable banana boats which are pulled through the water by an expertly driven jet ski. For this ride, life jackets are mandatory.
In Florida, one of the most popular sports is stand-up paddleboarding. You can paddle using a long, sleek surfboard, and not only will you get a major workout but you can also explore the scenic waterways. For relaxing rides, there is also canoeing and kayaking available.
Kiteboarding is also available which is simply the art of navigating a surfboard with an attached kite or sail. Experts kiteboarders can leap 12-foot waves at speeds up to 35 miles per hour. You can enjoy the thrill of dolphin watching as you cruise our emerald green waters. Dolphin cruising around Perdido Key creates unforgettable moments not just only for couples but also for the entire family.
So, if you are looking for thrill adventures or more relaxing ones, you will find exactly what you are looking for in the beautiful Perdido Key Area.
And do not forget to try the Perdido Key Blueway Trail which is a 5.5-mile kayak route with a launch site at Johnson Beach or you can also explore Rosamond Johnson Beach and the Big Lagoon State Park using a kayak.