Honeymoon Island Professional Guide
Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook
"Here is a wonderful barrier island trip with a good chance to see dolphins. The route reveals the classic nature of a barrier island, with its constantly changing sand beach spits and bars on the exposed side, and gradually accumulated silt and growth of vegetation on the sheltered side. It offers the opportunity to land and explore both the shell/coral beach to the west and the stands of Florida slash pine with its associated bird life on the east side.
A 3-mile nature trail offers great opportunities to watch the numerous ospreys, and even bald eagles, in addition to woodpeckers, armadillos, and snakes. Here is one of the remaining few stands of virgin South Florida slash pine. Sheltered shallow water creates an ideal feeding ground for a variety of wading and shorebirds."