This place is a gem. If you are the type of person who wants a Disney experience with animals in pens as you tour then skip the island and drive to Orlando. If you really love being out in nature, shelling a deserted beach, watching dolphins and seeing eagles, and exercising, then this is your kind of place. One note... 更多
This is a secluded island off of Indian Pass 15 miles west of Apalachicola. Perfect for birding, shelling and looking for ancient Indian chards. Joey Romanelli runs a shuttle off the pass.
So we take 2 teenage girls to this island. There is minimum cell phone coverage, no wifi, no nothing and they loved it. The shuttle is a quick trip across the pass. Once you land it takes about 15-20 minutes to hike through the sand dunes to get to the beach. The point is a bird sanctuary so you can't... 更多
If you love solitude and nature this is the place. Peaceful beauty, only accessible by boat. We were lucky enough to attend a tour put on by the friends of Saint Vincent Island. They offer the tours occasionally in the winter by advertising on their web site and in local papers. The tour guide was knowledgeable and very happy to... 更多
Very rustic tour - informative - old history of the area - bring bug spray and cool water - very reasonable cost for boat transportation to the island - wagon ride is the preferred means of travel - teens could handle the self guided walking tour -
It takes a bit of extra effort to visit St. Vincent's refuge; one just cannot drive up to it. Some kayak, and the distance between the tip of Indian Pass and the island is short, but the crossing has a strong or stronger current (depending on the tide). If possible, try to visit with one of the monthly tours (information... 更多
We participated in one of the free tours of St. Vincent Island during their wild week. A short boat ride... 更多
On a recent visit to the barrier islands near Apalachicola, experienced a rural beach trip, with more bait shops than... 更多