Funtastic Boat Tours LLC

Explore the river and its tributaries in search of various wildlife to include manatee, nesting birds, and we may spot an eagle or a dolphin or two. 

What You Can Bring

Visit A Rookery Island

The wonder of Nature up close and personal

What We Provide

Check Out The Mangroves

See & learn about the three varieties of mangrove that live in Florida

Located at the boat ramp & dock of Centennial Park in downtown Ft. Myers River District.

Warning!!!!  ​The Caloosahatchie River can change very rapidly with the winds, and become very choppy. It is advisable to wear appropriate swim wear, as there is a good possibility of getting wet.

​​​Rules of the Tour

  1. ​Tour is paid at the time of reservation. Refunds will be made for cancellations due to weather.
  2. No shows will not be refunded. Cancellations must be made 24 hours in advance for credit.
  3. Driver must have valid driver's license and major credit card.
  4. Boats are to be driven by the designated driver on the contract. This person must have been born before Jan. 1, 1988., or present a Florida Boaters Safety Card, or other State equivalent...State requirement.​ If you do not have a Safety Card you can take the exam for free at this site.
  5. NO Drinking and Operating of a Boat!
  6. No swimming from, or jumping off of a boat 
  7. ​No littering, or disturbing of local wildlife
  8. Due to weight limits of the vessel, there is a 250 lbs. limit per-passenger


Drive your own unique boat

with you & your passenger on a three hour, guided, narrated tour of the Caloosahatchie River and some of its tributaries

  • Camera
  • Sun Block
  • Additional, non-alcoholic Beverages
  • Sunglasses
  • Clothing Appropriate for Boating Dress According to the Weather

Where Great Fun Meets Nature & History

Funtastic Boat Tours LLC will provide:

  • Your very own boat for you to drive on the tour
  • Life Jackets and all required safety equipment
  • Bottled Water
  • Narration and historical information
  • Adventure, sightseeing, and a good time.

Learn some of the history of the SW Florida area, and the now extinct Calusa Indians

About the Tour