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Sanibel & Captiva Islands Houseboat Rentals

At a Glance

Elevation
Sea Level
Area
70 miles
Length
75 miles
Width
15 miles
Avg. Depth
22 feet
Avg. Air Temp.
74°F
Summer Water
84°F
Marinas
Paradise Vacations
 
Browse Houseboats at Sanibel-Captiva Islands

The Sanibel and Captiva Islands lie just off the south western coast of Florida near Fort Myers. Take to the tropical waters of the Gulf of Mexico, exploring a string of islands right off the white sandy beaches.

Snorkel the renouned southern Florida reefs or take up parasailing. Find a calm spot for some prime salt water fishing at Tarpon Bay or cast from the shore for a variety of fish that are found all year round: snook, redfish, sea trout, Spanish mackerel, snappers and groupers to name a few. Or take the 2 person kayak that's included in your houseboat rental for a low key cruise to experience Florida's idyllic natural beauty.

On the islands you'll find miles of pristine beaches lined with palm trees and Australian pine. A large portion of Sanibel Island is preserved as a national wildlife refuge which is notable for its many species of birds: hawks, eagles, osprey, pelicans, flamingos, and many others are spotted regularly. Cayo Costa State Park is a popular spot, which offers over 6 miles of hiking and biking trails. Finish off your sun filled day strolling along the lowering tide as you watch the sun set.

 

For complete Sanibel-Captiva Islands houseboat pricing information, select Pricing/Rates.
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