Sanibel Island Off The Beaten Path (2019)

Sanibel Island Off The Beaten Path Sanibel Island, and nearby Captiva Island, offers many off the beaten path attractions and things to do!

From Segway tours, Flyboard (must see below), hidden trails and breweries, there are off beat attractions everywhere. Below is our list of the Top 5 Sanibel Island off the beaten path recommendations.

SUP (Stand-Up Paddleboard) Yoga

Offering beach yoga, SUP (Stand-Up Paddleboard) yoga, in-studio yoga and much more, Ambu Yoga in nearby Captiva is quite unique. All classes are open to the public and the studio is right across the street from Starbucks. Visit Ambu Yoga for more info.

Banana Boat

Inflatable banana boats are fun for the whole family. Rip across the waters of nearby Captiva Island. Rentals available here.

Sanibel Island Segway Tours

Sanibel Island Segway rentals available at Segway of Sanibel, 1509 Periwinkle Way. Call (239) 472-3620 for more details. Off the beaten path way to see Sanibel Island at its best.

Bob Wigley Preserve

Bob Wigley Preserve is an impressive 27-acre nature preserve that includes two short trail overlooks - one to the Sanibel River and the other to the Gazebo. With classic Sanibel Island scenery and surroundings (beautiful trees, greenery, birds, wildlife, nestling areas, golf course), it’s one of the finest preserves on the island. The entire preserve includes three tracts - the Andrea Waitt Carlton Family Tract, the John and Mary Jo Boler Family Tract, and the Pete & Pat Allen Family Tract. Off Periwinkle Way on Casa Ybel Road. Continue on Casa Ybel Road and trails will be on your left side. Accessible by foot or bike only.

SWFL Craft Breweries

With over 16 breweries (and counting), Southwest Florida has plenty of enjoyable options. Most offer enjoyable tours with enjoyable free samples. And be sure to check out the SWFL Ale Trail.

Rent a Flyboard at YOLO Watersports (Captiva)

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