OPERATES: 4th of July, 7:00pm.
TOUR LENGTH: 3 hours, Advanced Reservations Required.
Completely immerse yourself in the celebration this 4th of July, from the prime position only achieved by a kayak. Departing from Cafe Del Rio on the Battleship Causeway, we will explore the lower delta and it’s wildlife before drifting close to the USS ALABAMA Battleship. These ARE the best seats in town! This fun filled paddle departs from Cafe Del Rio, on the Battleship Causeway, just 5 minutes from downtown Mobile Alabama. Avoid the traffic downtown with free parking at Cafe Del Rio, and the option of a delicious meal prior to or post fireworks.
Complimentary sparkling wine while we enjoy the fireworks.
This is a specialty tour offered by WildNative Tours and space is limited.
What to Bring: Someone special and your camera. Guests may BYOB drinks & snacks in a waterproof bag – no glass containers please. Water is supplied.
Policies & Disclaimers
For reservations cancelled 7 or more calendar days in advance, there will be no cancellation fee.
Cancellations 3-6 calendar days in advance will be charged a 50% cancellation fee.
Cancellations within 2 calendar days 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.*