The Naples Trolley Tour takes guests for a two hour shopping and historical tour around Naples.
It is a great way to become familiar with all that Naples has to offer You will learn about the history of Naples and identify many points of interest.
You can board on and off throughout the day in order to stop for shopping, dining, and sightseeing.
The narrated tour itself lasts about two hours.
The all-day pass is under $20 for adults and under $10 for children.
The Zoo cover 52-acres and featuring favorite animals from around the world, as well as more rare species.
This zoo features many unique exhibits and activities.
1.-The Primate Expedition Cruise is a boat ride that takes you to the islands
inhabited by monkeys, lemurs and apes.
2.-Safari Canyon is a live animal presentation, which also includes wildlife video.
3.-At the Scales and Tails show, you can get up close to small mammals and reptiles (try to sit in the first couple of rows).
4.- At the Alligator Bay Feeding exhibit, you can touch a baby alligator.
Plan to have breakfast or lunch at the onsite Subway or bring your own picnic – tables are available
Naples Pier was originally built in the late 1800’s for commercial purposes. Over the years, it has been rebuilt after destruction by fire and hurricanes.
Today, Naples Pier is a treasured landmark and a wonderful spot for a leisurely stroll, taking in a beautiful sunset and people-watching.
You’ll always find someone fishing off the Pier. There is a snack bar and bait house about midway down the Pier and a covered pavilion at the end.
YOU can stand on this pier and gaze onto some of the most georgeous beaches anywhere on earth.
Just look north or south of the pier, and all you see is a long coast of white sand..
From Gordon Pass on the south to Seagate Drive on the North...There is over 10 miles of sandy beach.
Naples Fishing Pier is at the west end off 12th Avenue S., extending 1,000 feet into the Gulf -
Great for fishing or watching sunsets.
The Naples Fishing Pier is open for free public use, at the west end of 12th Avenue South. Locals line the sides of the dock, fishing for dinner, while children play in the gentle Gulf waters. Find out what time the sun is due to set, & walk down to the dock about an hour before that time. Naples is famous for gorgeous sunsets at the Pier, often spiced by schools of dolphins frolicking in the waters below. One evening I saw at least a dozen, including an adorable baby popping out of the waves, like a miniature stubby version of his mama. FYI, there are public restrooms at the shore end of the pier, and a snack bar/bait shop as well.
Although I didn’t have time to take one of their cruises, I hear it is really fun to see the lavish estates of Port Royal from the waterside views. Bring your binoculars to do some papparrazzi-style celebrity hunting when you go - or just to see the dolphins put on a display of acrobatics for your viewing pleasure.
The Naples City Dock in Crayton Cove is a great spot to charter a fishing boat or a sunset cruise. Located on the east end of 12th Avenue South, it has a number of slips available for general use, but it’s best to make reservations if you are sailing in to Naples Harbor.
The Pier goes far to the sea. Nice breeze at night and romantic atmosphere.
The Pier, Naples' classic landmark, where fish abound in the translucent water for the pleasure of dolphins, pelicans and humans alike. Or simply come stroll along the beach or pier for a panoramic view of the sunset.
Includes a mix of shops and restaurants. Pefect for a quiet waterside dinner while watching the sunset.
Cute trolley will take you everywhere in Old Historical Naples.
Terrific way to get to know Naples.
Completely Narrated Tour with free reboarding.
The pleasure will cost you $18.
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