As New Time’s Best of Miami: Miami’s Best Place to Kayak we have more than a strong motive to ensure that our natural environment remains a pleasant place for locals and tourists alike. A key element of that is the average temperature of the air in South Florida and the water in the bay and surrounding waterways and coastal areas.
This is a global issue, requiring local leadership – and we are dedicated to doing our part to reduce our carbon footprint in the way we conduct our everyday business. We are preparing a white paper on the specific steps we are currently taking to concretely reduce carbon emissions and outlining how we are systematically implementing these practices into our standard operating procedures.
If you’re going to survive in South Florida, you have to find a way to make the water a part of your life. Scuba diving is one possibility. Buying a boat is another. Both of these options are expensive and require a serious commitment, however. iPaddle Miami allows you to rent a kayak or paddleboard at a reasonable price and then wander through the islands near the John F. Kennedy Causeway at your leisure. Stop and swim for awhile. Have a picnic. All you need to do is call a bit in advance, and the iPaddle people will set you up. Rentals are available from sunrise to sunset. Buy a membership for as little as $400 for 30 hours of kayak or paddleboard use, or simply pay $50 for two hours or $90 for the day. Trust us: Join this club, and you’ll like living in sunny South Florida more.