Delta Wildlife Kayak Tour

Delta Wildlife Kayak Tour

Delta Wildlife Kayak Tour

PUBLIC TOUR PRICE: Adults: $59, Child (U18): $51.
OPERATES: Daily year round. Times vary by season.

TOUR LENGTH: 3 hours. Advanced Reservations Required.


Thoroughly enjoyed our kayaking adventure!

I wanted to show a friend from the UK some of the sights of Alabama. Kayaking the Delta with Jamie as our tour guide was a wonderful experience and I would thoroughly recommend the wildlife tour to anyone who loves… Read more “Thoroughly enjoyed our kayaking adventure!”

Rebecca Walker-Jones

Well done, A worthwhile trip for 1st time Kayak’ers.

Our guide Cassie was very attentive to our safety and needs (1st time in kayak). Very knowledgeable about the wildlife. The equipment was in good shape and Cassie is very organized. Thanks.

Mark G

Grandkids in town

Really enjoyed all 6 of us. Information shared was very enlightening. Younger kids get a little antsy at slow pace. Never knew how beautiful the Delta was and learned things about gators never knew. Thank you and looking forward to… Read more “Grandkids in town”

Sheryl Singley

Awesome way to Spend a Saturday Morning

My wife booked us on a kayak Delta tour for my birthday and I’m so happy so did. Michael, our tour guide, was very informative with the questions we threw out related to the delta, the environment, the wildlife and… Read more “Awesome way to Spend a Saturday Morning”

Stephen Hinds

At the city limits of America's wettest city, you'll find the vast wetlands of the lower Mobile-Tensaw Delta. This lush habitat provides the perfect backdrop for amazing sunsets and energetic wildlife. Floating amongst the marsh, watch and learn about a variety of wildlife including Alligators, Bald Eagle, Osprey, Heron, Cormorant, Pelicans, and Nutria. US history is deep and colorful in this region, and so is our commentary, including points on the history, geology, ecology and characters of the Delta. This is the "hands-on" tour for all avid lovers of nature and its creatures when visiting Mobile, Alabama. The Mobile-Tensaw Delta is Mobile's biggest jewel - If you do nothing else, take this trip!

Led by experienced Delta Nature Guides.

Operates: Year Round. Reservations required. Private Group Tours are available for 6 or more paddlers to fit your schedule. Call: (251) 259-8531 or email: for more information.

Includes: Guide, Boat, PFD's, paddles and bottled water. FREE pickup / dropoff available from downtown Mobile and Eastern Shore hotels. The best eco-tour in Alabama, showing off the best delta eco-system in the USA. As seen in National Geographic - Adventure Magazine, Southern Living Magazine and on National Morning Shows.

Paddle Experience Recommended: No. This is a beginner level paddle on protected water.

What to Bring: Sense of Adventure, comfortable clothing, cameras, binoculars, hats, sunscreen, and sunglasses.

Policies & Disclaimers:
Cancellation Policy:
For reservations cancelled 3 or more calendar days in advance, there will be no cancellation fee.
Cancellations 2 calendar days in advance will be charged a 50% cancellation fee.
Cancellations within 1 calendar day of event will be charged a 100% cancellation fee.

If tour is cancelled by tour operator due to poor weather, you will be given the option of an alternative date or refund. Guests will be notified in the event of a weather related cancellation. Due to rapidly changing weather along the Gulf Coast, most weather related cancellations will not be made until day of event.

All tours depart at scheduled departure time. Boats and tours will not be held due to late arrivals. No reschedules or refunds will be issued for late arrivals.

Should I Tip?: Tips are not required but are graciously received. Our guides strive hard to educate and entertain. Please let your guides know how they did.

*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.*