Airboat Adventure Eco Tour on the Sea Dragon St Augustine, FL

Sea Serpent Tours6550 SR 13 NSt Augustine, FL 32092
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Explore the marshy backwaters of St Johns River in a thrilling St. Augustine airboat ride! This 1.5-hour guided tour winds through parts of Trout Creek, Six Mile Creek, and Palmo Cove. Get up close to Old Florida's flora and fauna, see indigenous wildlife such as alligators, turtles, and manatees, and hear stories. Don't miss this unforgettable adventure!

up to 1.5 hrs 1 or more people

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from Ashley, one of our St Augustine Travel Experts
  • Family-friendly and fully narrated.
  • An approximately 1.5 hours of thrilling exploration along the St. John's River and surrounding territories.
  • An expert guide shares captivating insights about flora, fauna, and local history.
  • Ride aboard a high-speed 15-passenger airboat.
  • See local wildlife such as gators, turtles, manatee, snakes, and a variety of birds native to NE Florida.
  • Children must be accompanied by an adult.
  • Tours typically operate rain or shine; bring weather-appropriate clothing.
  • Not recommended for people with back problems.


from St. Augustine Airboat Eco Tour aboard the Sea Dragon
Experience a thrilling adventure on a 15-passenger high performance airboat into the backwaters of the historical St Johns River and her surrounding tributaries. View Old Florida’s natural beauty throughout the protected backwaters of Six Mile Creek, Trout Creek and Palmo Cove in the western most side of St. Augustine/St. Johns County in Northeast Florida. Hear the history of the area and local folklore that will ensure a fun-filled ride.

During the tour, you have the best opportunity of encountering freshwater wildlife and vegetation such as American alligators, turtles, reptiles, manatees, bald eagles, blue/gray herons, egrets, cypress trees, lily pads, and other wildlife, flora and fauna that inhabits the banks of these freshwater rivers and creeks.

Find the remains of Capt Blye in Palmo Cove where when the tide is right..... sunken boats and treasures are right at our fingertips. Skim through the Lily (Spatterdocks) while searching for local wildlife to include gators, turtles, manatees, snakes, and a variety of birds native to NE Florida.

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Frequently Asked Questions about St. Augustine Airboat Eco Tour aboard the Sea Dragon

How long is the airboat tour?

Tour duration is approximately 90 minutes.

Are there any age/physical/health/etc. restrictions for this tour?

This tour is not recommended for travelers with back problems.

Where does the tour depart?

The tour departs from Trout Creek Memorial Park and Marina, located at 6550 State Rd 13, St. Augustine, FL 32092.

Is the tour appropriate for children?

Yes, there are no age restrictions! All passengers must be able to sit in their seats, no lap sitting, or car seats allowed.

Is the tour wheelchair accessible?

The boats are not equipped to accommodate a wheelchair, however the docks are wheelchair accessible and provided the passenger can transfer from a wheelchair to the boat seat, they can enjoy the tour.

Can I bring my camera?

Yes, great photo opportunities!

Are drinks and snacks allowed on the boat?

Yes, Non-alcoholic drinks and snacks are allowed on the tour.

Are pets allowed on the airboat ride?

For the safety of both animals and passengers, pets are not permitted.

Are life jackets and hearing protection provided?

Yes, Sea Serpent Tours provides safety and hearing protection for all passengers on board the tour.

What should I wear on the tour?

Come comfortable for whatever the weather conditions are.

What happens if it rains during my scheduled tour?

You will get wet! It frequently rains in Florida, please come prepared for whatever the weather conditions are, as the tours are NOT cancelled due to rain. They are sometimes delayed, however, if lightning is in the area.