You'll trek to a secluded beach spot (weather permitting) near Siesta Key (voted USA's #1 Beach!) This spot is very peaceful and never crowded! It is narrow, shelly, and pristine. To get there, a little adventurousness is required: you'll have to walk on a (short, firm) concrete seawall, then wade through shallow water (possibly waist-deep, depending on the tide). You'll have plenty of time to bathe in the calm, pool-like ocean, walk over semi-submersed mossy rocks in the sea, find some of the most beautiful shells, and (if you're a little luckier) spot families of manatees gliding by! You will have the option to either join a tranquil, unassuming mindfulness meditation session or just keep exploring the area. The rocks provide a great place of exploration for kids and nature lovers, with spectacular micro and macro marine life! The rocks are flat, smooth, and a little bit slippery in some places; a beach towel to relax is suggested; water sandals with good grip are highly recommended.
I'm a multilingual cosmopolitan American dad, life coach, who's been visiting and living in beautiful Sarasota, Florida for 7 years. My passion for the area and years of expertise finding hidden gem travel spots with friends and family have blossomed into a unique viewpoint, yielding quasi-transcendental experiences.
We'll go on a short wet-trekking adventure to secluded stretches of beach around Siesta Key, where you'll have plenty of time to bathe in the calm, pool-like ocean. However, depending on the weather, we could explore a slightly different version on the #1 beach in the USA. Getting there requires wading through a short, rocky stretch of ocean water for ~5 minutes (water sandals are highly recommended to protect your feet).
最多10人參加，年齡須滿3歲。家長可攜帶2歲以下兒童參加。 Beach is shelly, rocky and narrow. Going on the stairs that lead to private property is strictly prohibited. You'll have to walk on a short seawall to get to the beach. This is a water hike, you will get wet! Once there,…
Parking is usually very limited (an alleyway with 20 parking spaces). Best way to get there is by the local trolley, Lyft/Uber, bike or walking. It's a water hike, you'll get soaking wet! Bring sunscreen, beach towel to relax.
Adventurous Yet Peaceful Wild Beach Hike