Sea Caves Tours
Sea caves can be found at the following locations and are listed from most impressive to least: Devil’s Island, Sand Island, Meyers Beach, Red Cliff, Stockton Island, Outer Island, Ironwood Island, Cat Island, Bear Island, Romans Point, and Madeline Island.
Are you ready for a fun day on the water that your friends and family will never forget? Experience a Guided Tour in the most beautiful Sea caves in the world!
Starting at $35 · 3 Hours
- most beautiful Ice Cave formations around
- 1.8 mile one-way trip
2 Hours $65/person · 4 Hours $108/person
- Meyers Beach has the largest caves, the largest cliffs, and the most scenic views in the area.
- This is the section of caves that became famous as the ice caves, and they are absolutely incredible
- It is a one-mile paddle from Meyers Beach to the first cave. The two-hour option is four miles round trip, the five-hour is eight miles round trip
- We spend time exploring the sea stacks, tunnel caves and sea arches
Starting at $45 · 3 Hours
- History of the area: Treaties that Chief Buffalo had signed in 1854 by the president.
- 22 islands around the area and the majority are owned by national parks except for Madeleine Island which the government could not take because it is a part of the creation story of the indigenous populations
- Indigenous populations went in different directions based on a prophecy
Starting at $108/person · 5 Hour
- The sandstone on Sand Island is mesmerizing, with rich iron banding and the smaller granular size make them appear as an abstract masterpiece, this billion-year-old sandstone is truly an awe-inspiring natural wonder.
- 4-6 people minimum
Kayak Rentals & Camping
Stand up paddle board rentals and sit on top kayak rentals come with free instruction. $25 safety course and safety test are only for sea kayak rentals and is not required for kayak tours.