Beach Rentals, Watersports & Adventure Tours
Make every day a beach day with the help of our friends at Holiday Water Sports and Ranalli Parasail. Relax in lounge chairs and cabanas on the sand, or go exploring with a shelling trip or a dolphin adventure tour. Splash around on paddle bikes and kayaks; speed things up with waverunners, sailboats, and boat charters; or soar into the sky with a parasail ride.
Rental expenses may be charged to your room, or you may rent directly from Holiday and Ranalli. During your stay, visit the Beach Concierge hut for more information and tips on how to spend your beach day.
- Dolphin Adventure Tours
A 90-minute guided tour on waverunners that runs the entire length of the island and into the back bay to view dolphins and (oftentimes) manatees, bald eagles, osprey and sea turtles.
- Waverunner Rentals
There’s no better way to enjoy our emerald waters than by zipping around on a jet ski – a popular beach activity.
- Paddle Bike (Aqua Cycle)
A great way for children and parents to enjoy the water at a slower pace.
- Kayaks & Paddleboards
Go at your own pace with kayak rentals, a fun and active way to enjoy our shoreline – for children and adults.
Hobie Wave 14-foot sailboats are available for daily rentals (weather permitting).
- Power Boats
Enjoy the day (or half-day) out on the water with a boat rental.
- Beach Chairs & Umbrellas
Kick back, relax, and enjoy our calm Gulf waters, with a little shade from the rays.
- Beach Cabanas
A comfortable way to enjoy a beautiful beach day. Daily, weekly or monthly rentals are available.
- Parasail Flights
Take a flight with Ranalli Parasail and you will have a bird’s eye view of the Gulf of Mexico and Fort Myers Beach. You may see dolphins and sea turtles surface as you glide over the gulf waters. Your friendly crew will have information about the surrounding areas and will be glad to answer any questions that you might have. Call 239-565-5700 or book online.
- Shelling & Sunset Harbor Cruise
Shelling trips can be arranged with a charter boat captain to other nearby islands such as Sanibel/Captiva, the shelling capital of the United States or just by walking the beach. The most common shells found on Fort Myers Beach are the bivalve class including clams, oysters, mussels, and snails as well as kitten’s paw, ark shells, coquina, jingle shells, lightning whelks and Venus clams.
- Boat Charters
Stop by the Bell Stand on the ground floor or dial (50) from your suite, and our friendly Bell Captains will be delighted to assist with information regarding all recreational services, including boat charters.