Our classic manatee tour is an adventure that you and your family are sure to remember forever. Conducted daily, this approximately three-hour swim with manatees tour packs a whole lot of adventure, education, and excitement!
SWIM WITH MANATEES ON OUR MOST POPULAR TOURS
Crystal River is the only place in the United States where you can legally swim with these amazing and gentle creatures right in their own natural habitat. Crystal River, Florida boasts the largest concentration of manatees in the world.
You can review available tour options below to get more information on each. Online reservations are quick, easy, and secure and booking confirmations are immediate. Take some time to browse around, there is a lot of information here. Be sure to visit our FAQ page for answers to the most common questions. Tours operate daily year round including most major holidays.
Join Blown Away Airboats for a thrilling ride into the Nature Coast backcountry. You will enjoy a blast from the past as we zip and slide through the backcountry of the Crystal River National Wildlife Refuge. The widlife is abundant, the ride thrilling, the scenery spectacular.
CHOOSE YOUR WILDLIFE ADVENTURE
Crystal River, Florida, boasts the largest concentration of Manatees in the world, so there is no question why it is known globally as the Home of the Manatees.
ABOUT FUN 2 DIVE
Welcome to Fun 2 Dive Manatee Tours, where we specialize in five-star small, semi-private and private, manatee snorkeling tours. We are open daily, year-round.
We conduct tours to swim with manatees in the Crystal River National Wildlife Refuge. Tours are conducted from a boat, where we encounter wild manatees in their natural habitat. We also offer thrilling widlife viewing airboat rides deep into the backcountry of the refuge.
In 1983, the Crystal River National Wildlife Refuge was established to specifically protect the Florida manatees that consider this area their home. King’s Bay is fed by 28 natural springs, which maintain a constant temperature of 72 °F (22 °C) — a temperature that the Manatees love.