Welcome to Titusville


In the meantime, the historic downtown has shown signs of life, with the addition of a hip craft brewery and plans for a bicycle trail segment that will eventually extend across Florida all the way to St Petersburg. A quirky B&B, a couple of good restaurants and a great park for watching spacecraft launches round out the offerings.


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$499.99 Outdoor Activities

Orlando Inshore Fishing Charter

Our Captains provide fishing instructions and casting lessons which are all included for beginners and advanced techniques for the experts. Tours are suited for both first-timers, experienced anglers, elderly, youth, families and children of all ages and are handicap friendly. So everyone is sure to have a blast as you fish with ease and comfort of the calm backwater never needlessly worrying about being seasick.Enjoy the feeling of being in the Indian River, never losing sight of the eco-system and sightseeing for wildlife at the same time. Looking to escape the fast paced lifestyle of the theme parks, a 10 minute boat ride finds you in the beauty of this River hunting the most famous Redfish waters know in Titusville.Start by meeting the captain at the meeting location on your itinerary, no worries, no concerns, nothing to forget just step on board and start enjoying the day. Fish and sit comfortably in our boats designed for this type of fishing. All boats accommodate a max of four anglers plus the captain and are equipped with GPS, VHF radio, live-bait tank, and livewells to keep your catch.While out on the water, the boat will have a cooler on board with ice and bottled water to keep you hydrated. There's plenty of space to bring lunch sandwiches or your additional favorite beverage. Alcohol beverages in cans and plastic bottles are permitted. Never concern yourselves when nature calls or the wind blows. No worry of restrooms, as there are many along our path. The inshore seas never are rough, so never worry about seasickness...only catching fish!Whatever your target species, our Captain is confident he will be able to put you on the fish you’re after, of course depending on the season and weather conditions. You will be fishing the shallow coves, canals, bays, inlets and grass flats along the edge of the Bay using a variety of live bait and artificial lures.Once the catching starts, your captain will know which fish are legal to keep and all the local laws of how many each person can harvest. If you prefer to catch and release, then that's okay too. Once the trip expires, you head back to the original dock where your captain will clean and prepare your catch for you to take with you. Prepare this does take a bit of time if a lot of fish are caught, which cannot be done on the water. This is a local Orlando fishing charter you surely do not want to miss out on while in the Disney World. So reserve today, so we can get you hooked up! Please note: All charter's are subject to weather. In the case of unfavorable weather you will be provided the option to reschedule or a full refund.

$400 Outdoor Activities

Titusville Inshore Fishing Charter

Our Captains provide fishing instructions and casting lessons which are all included for beginners and advanced techniques for the experts. Tours are suited for both first-timers, experienced anglers, elderly, youth, families and children of all ages and are handicap friendly. So everyone is sure to have a blast as you fish with ease and comfort of the calm backwater never needlessly worrying about being seasick.Enjoy the feeling of being in the Indian River, never losing sight of the multi-million dollar homes and sightseeing for wildlife at the same time. Looking to escape the fast paced lifestyle, a 10 minute boat ride finds you in the beauty of this River hunting the most famous Redfish waters know in Titusville.While out on the water, the boat will have a cooler on board with ice and bottled water to keep you hydrated. There's plenty of space to bring lunch sandwiches or your additional favorite beverage. Alcohol beverages in cans are permitted. Never concern yourselves of the worry of restrooms, as there are many along our path.Book with confidence on TripAdvisor, secure and reliable! Please note: All charters are subject to weather. In the case of unfavorable weather you will be provided the option to reschedule or full refund.

$85 Water Sports

Mondo Combo Tour

What to Expect - A drive that is 20 minutes east of Titusville out on the Refuge • No restroom facilities at the launch site (visitor center is the closest) • Just under two hours on the water for a leisurely paddle • Expect to get a little wet – depends on you (or possibly your friends) • To see lots of wildlife and stretch those muscles a little • To learn some basics about paddling and more about local wildlife • To wear your life vest & whistle :) • Great guides who enjoy their work and keep you safe • Lots of outdoor fun and a desire to come back real soon

$55 Cultural & Theme Tours

Sunset Birding Tour

What to Expect - A drive that is 20 minutes east of Titusville out on the Refuge • No restroom facilities at the launch site (visitor center is the closest) • Just under two hours on the water for a leisurely paddle • Expect to get a little wet – depends on you (or possibly your friends) • To see lots of wildlife and stretch those muscles a little • To learn some basics about paddling and more about local wildlife • To wear your life vest & whistle :) • Great guides who enjoy their work and keep you safe • Lots of outdoor fun and a desire to come back real soon

$90 Outdoor Activities

Sunset Kayaking with Bioluminescence

LAUNCH SITE: Haulover Canal, Titusville; and Kiwanis Island Park, Merritt IslandTRIP LENGTH: 90 MINSCOST PER PERSON: $45On this Florida eco-tour we take you out on the Indian River Lagoon to see a Federally protected Rookery on Mullet Head Island in the Merritt IslandNational Wildlife Refuge. Our tour will launch from Haulover Canal in Titusville at 6pm. Take an early evening sunset kayak trip with us to see nature untouched. Depending on the direction of the wind, you can hear the birds grunting from the launch site. We will see a variety of birds on this tour such as Anhinga, Heron, Egrets, Ibis, White, Brown, and Common Pelicans, Falcons, and the very beautiful Roseate Spoonbill. While paddling to the Island it is not uncommon to also see other wildlife such as the Florida Bottlenose Dolphin breeching the surface of the water while chasing baitfish, Manatee swimming to where they will rest for the evening, Alligators heading out to find the unsuspecting mammal at the waters edge and Sharks running the flats in seach of food.We will try and time our tour to coincide with the setting sun and have the Rookery as the backdrop, so this is the perfect opportunity for a picture of your group. Our guides can assist you with the "snapping" of the picture so that no one in your group is left out of the photo. We will spend a leisurely 90 mins on the water for this tour.After our Sunsetting tour we will land back on shore to enjoy a short break before we embark on Floridas #1 outdoor activity, Our famous Bioluminescence tour! Florida bioluminescence kayaking is a bucket list entry for Eco-adventurers of all ages and all kayaking experience levels. This is an outdoor adventure eco-tour that will be limited in number as to provide an intimate outdoor experience. Florida bioluminescence is the #1 kayaking trip in the Orlando, Cocoa beach area. The water comes to life at night with a magical glow everywhere it is touched by your hand, paddle, kayak, a mullet jumping, fish swimming, or even the waves lapping gently. If scooped into your hand the water will sparkle as you hold it and as it runs down your arm. Many people compare this phenomenon with being in the movie Avatar. This phenomenon is made possible by naturally occurring dinoflagellate plankton that light up the water of the river. They can be observed in these waters May through October with sightings as late as January, but are brightest during the peak season of July through September.****Note: During the full moon phases bioluminescence does not appear as brightly as when it is very dark.****

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