Tour Operators

From lush wildlife to historic neighborhoods, there is much to see in the Jacksonville area and many ways to see it. Plan for a guided tour of Jacksonville during your next visit.

Whether by boat, bike, kayak or foot, these scenic, guided tours are a great way to enjoy Jacksonville's diverse landscape and learn a thing or two from the experts who know the area best. Our tour operators can accommodate all group sizes, give one a call today!

Don't miss out on the new audio tour entitled, “The Lion’s Storyteller” at the Timucuan Ecological & Historical Preserve. The tour allows visitors to hear the entire story of Kingsley Plantation and captures the plantation's unique history in an immersive, multi-media experience, drawing on first-hand accounts, documents, and stories from the historic record. Visitors can request the audio tour at the visitor center at Kingsley Plantation.


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Discover the best of Jacksonville with Active Escapes. Providing DMC services for all of NE Florida, Active Escapes specializes in planning excursions, tours, events, and transportation for corporate, association, reunion, and leisure groups. Explore, tour, and…

1177 Garrison Drive
St. Augustine, FL 32092-
Phone: 904-230-8787

Jacksonville Walking Tours every Tue/Thu 10am; see secret tunnels Downtown. Driving tours of Jacksonville, St. Augustine & Amelia Island. Featured on PBS & History Channel. Rated EXCELLENT on Trip Advisor. Custom packages. Any size group.

421 W. Silverthorn Lane
Ponte Vedra, FL 32081-
Phone: 904-827-1845

Come enjoy one or two-hour narrated and sightseeing tours along the Amelia and Cumberland rivers featuring Cumberland Island National Seashore. Our personalized tours are rich with wildlife, history and folklore that will enchant you through the beauty, charm…

1 North Front Street
Fernandina Beach, FL 32034-
Phone: 904-261-9972

Guests discover first-hand how the world's greatest beers are carefully crafted using the highest quality ingredients during complimentary tours. Guests 21 years of age can sample their favorite brews in the Hospitality Room or visit the Gift Shop for a wide…

111 Busch Drive
Jacksonville, FL 32218-
Phone: 904-751-8117

We provide fun and informative tours focused on the amazing craft beer produced locally in Jacksonville Florida.

PO Box 1304
ORANGE PARK, FL 32067-
Phone: 904-352-0982

Old Town Trolley Tours has brought the best of St. Augustine to life through Transportainment, our unique blend of transportation and entertainment. Climb aboard to experience the humorous tales and interesting trivia of our friendly conductors, as they bring…

167 San Marco Avenue
SAINT AUGUSTINE, FL 32084-
Phone: 904-829-3800

The St. Augustine Aquarium, Botanical gardens and Aviary is opening spring of 2015. The theme is Florida's shipwreck reef promoting marine conservation through education.


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Phone: 904-495-5608

What do Amelia Island and St. Augustine have in common?Jacksonville! "Where Your Florida Fun Begins." Jacksonville is the perfect hub and spoke city for all groups and individuals (some of these trips for groups of 30 + only). Just unload your luggage once,…

2719 Upset Ct.
Green Cove Sprinds, FL 32043-
Phone: 904-282-8500
Fax: 904-291-1383


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