Click below to choose which type of Private Tour / Boat Charter you would like to get WildNative’s Black Friday Deal on!
Private Group Boat Charter | Private Group Kayak or Canoe Tour | Educational Group Tours
If you are unsure of your preferred Tour / Charter date, simply pick a date later next year, and we will change it to your preferred date when you confirm this information.
Don’t see your preferred time slot available. Call (251) 272 4088 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
And use code: TG18 for 40% savings!!
More Information on our Private Boat Charter Options
|Tour Option||Price||Departure Location|
|Working Waterfront Charter
The downtown waterfront of Mobile, Alabama is full of rich history, culture and economic importance. This bustling port welcomes ships from all over the world along with tugboats and barges that roam the many rivers of America… Read More & Book.
Length: 1 hour. Capacity: Up to 42 people.
|$549||Cooper Riverside Park, downtown Mobile.|
|Delta Wildlife Charter
Experience the swamps of the lower Mobile-Tensaw Delta on this highly rated wildlife tour. The Mobile-Tensaw Delta is Mobile’s biggest jewel – If you do nothing else, take this trip! Read More & Book.
Length: 2 hours. Capacity: Up to 42 people.
|$599||5 Rivers Delta Center (Spanish Fort)|
|The Secretly Awesome Charter
Like Mobile, this tour is quirky, fun, and interesting! Nothing is ever the same, there’s bound to be a surprise sighting and if you’re lucky, you will see everything!… Read More & Book.
Length: 2 hours. Capacity: Up to 36 people.
|$699||Cooper Riverside Park, downtown Mobile.|
|Middle Bay Light House Charter
Middle Bay Lighthouse is an active hexagonal-shaped cottage style screw-pile lighthouse located offshore from Mobile, Alabama, in the center of Mobile Bay… Read More & Book.
Length: 2 hours. Capacity: Up to 26 people.
|$949||Grand Hotel Marina (Point Clear)
Cooper Riverside Park, downtown Mobile.
|Bottle Creek Indian Mound Charter
This is a different sort of adventure! The kind where we cruise into the middle of no-where, then trek through the swamp and backwards in time to the Mississippian Tribes of the 13th Century.. Read More. Call to Book: (251) 272 4088 or email email@example.com.
Length: 4 hours. Capacity: Up to 36 people.
|$1499||Live Oak Landing (Stockton)|
|Design Your Own Charter
Don’t see what your looking for? Design your own charter to fit your needs. Call to Book: (251) 272 4088 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Length: 2+ hours. Capacity: Up to 42 people.
Cooper Riverside Park
Live Oak Landing
Private Kayak Tours
To get our Black Friday Deal on our Regularly scheduled Kayak Tours please call (251) 272 4088
We will reserve a block of 12 or 24 spaces on any of the following tours and then provide the discount with payment over the phone.
- Delta Wildlife at Sunset (or by day) Kayak Tour (2 hours)
- Wildlife & Dolphins at Sunset (or by day) Kayak Tour (3 hours)
- Kayak Kleanup VoluntTour (2 hours)
- The Bottle Creek Indian Mound Interpretive Kayak Tour (8 hours)
- The Champion Cypress Kayak Adventure (4 hours)
All private kayak tours are available daily and delivered in tandem kayaks for comfort, ease and safety. Reservations are required and are booked on a first come, first served basis.
For unique Needs and Custom Tours:
Private guide rates are $81 for 2 hours, then $31 per additional hour, per person thereafter. This is the best option for small groups who are interested in unique classes, photography, special destinations or occasion. Private guides can be scheduled anytime of the day, but availability will vary depending on how early you book. Please note: some destinations will require specific departure times due to weather & currents, as well as travel/loading time to/from departure point. Departures not from our base kayak location s may incur an additional mileage fee.
*WildNative Tours offers tours of the Mobile-Tensaw Delta, Bottle Creek Indian Mounds, Champion Cypress, Mobile Bay, Middle Bay Lighthouse, the Port of Mobile, and Gulf Shores Alabama. We believe in a Leave No Trace policy, in educating, and in preserving these amazing natural wonders for future generations.*