Fish the Indian River with the most experienced guides in Vero Beach. Your rod/reel, bait, and licenses are included in the charter.
- Up to 6 Capacity Up to 6
- 4, 6 or 8 hours Duration 4, 6 or 8 hours
The Gem of the Treasure Coast
Vero Beach is a must-visit vacation destination on Florida’s Treasure Coast, known for its balmy weather, warm water, and things to do for visitors of all ages. This seaside town in Indian River County caters to beach bums, anglers, shopping enthusiasts, and foodies, with tours and activities to keep every traveler entertained. Unsurpassed views and close encounters with nature capture the enchantment of Vero Beach. Experience this tropical getaway for yourself!
To truly immerse yourself in the Vero Beach lifestyle, venture beyond the town’s quaint downtown area and enjoy one of the many outdoor activities available here. Although Vero Beach is located on the Atlantic Ocean, the town’s real claim to fame is the Indian River Lagoon, a biologically diverse, brackish estuary that’s home to wildlife like dolphins and manatees. The lagoon goes into the mainland on one side, with a barrier island on the oceanfront side of the town. The river is best explored with a kayak rental or tour, and it’s also a popular spot for fishing charters. Trout, snapper, and bluefish are commonly caught in the area.
If you can’t resist the call of the ocean, there are many beautiful beaches to spend your time with your toes in the sand. Venture over to Orchid Island where you can play golf or lounge on the beach. The warm, clear water makes Vero Beach popular among snorkelers and scuba divers, even more so thanks to the Boiler Wreck, an 1800s steam/sailing vessel that sank off the coast of Vero Beach in 1894. You can see the wreck from your kayak or paddleboard, and it’s a short paddle from the beach. Visit the Pelican Island National Wildlife Refuge for a wildlife tour and enjoy the beautiful views from this small island. Another excellent place to visit from Vero Beach is Sebastian Inlet State Park, especially if you’re a surfer. Enjoy big waves, untouched beaches, and unparalleled views.
Beyond outdoor activities, Vero Beach is a hub for the arts, with many art galleries and museums to keep you entertained. From the remnants of Spanish galleons at the McLarty Treasure Museum to the colorful exhibits at the Vero Beach Museum of Art, you’ve got plenty of options up your sleeve in case of a rainy day. If museums aren’t really your thing, look into factory tours at Piper Aircraft, an aviation aircraft manufacturer. The Environmental Learning Center also offers fun activities and exhibits for all ages. Or, you can catch a show at the Riverside Theatre.
Don’t forget to visit the McKee Botanical Gardens to see a spectacular display of Florida’s native flora. Orchids and willows are among the beautiful plants you can see on a stroll through the gardens. Vero Beach is also popular for its parks and outdoor attractions. Riverside Park is a wonderful place to take a picnic, with tennis courts, dog play areas, and boat ramps.
Whether relaxing on the beach, spotting wildlife along the riverbank, or shopping at the Vero Beach Outlets and smaller boutiques, you’ll find a plethora of things to do in this gem of a town.
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