Wondering what ‘Old Florida’ looked like? It’s still alive and well here in Fort Pierce!
Fort Pierce is located on the “Treasure Coast” along the Indian River Lagoon, the Nation’s most biologically-diverse estuary.
Welcome to Fort Pierce Authentic Tours! We are a group of locally-owned nature-aqua-agri-cultural and heritage tourism businesses committed to providing unique opportunities to experience ‘Real Florida’ in an environmentally-friendly way. Fort Pierce Authentic Tours offers everything you love about Florida’s distinctive habitat. We hope you will visit us for an exhilarating vacation adventure amid unmatched natural beauty and ‘Old Florida’ charm.
Fort Pierce Authentic Tours is a group of nature-based Fort Pierce businesses committed to promoting the unique natural and historical experiences that the area has to offer in an environmentally responsible way. Click here to learn more about our organization.
|Boat and Kayak Tours The Indian River Lagoon is the nation’s most biologically diverse estuary. You can lean all about this area on a guided boat tour or you can soak in the natural beauty on an airboat excursion, sailboat charter, or kayak.|
|Fishing and Boating Once a small fishing village, Fort Pierce is still a fisherman’s paradise. Hop on a charter and let our experienced captains take you to their favorite spots, or rent a boat and fishing equipment and head out on your own.|
|Diving Fort Pierce is also a diver’s paradise. You can explore a number of centuries-old spanish shipwrecks, as well numerous natural and artificial reefs.|
|Agricultural Tours, Citrus Packinghouse Tours, Ranches and Horseback Riding Fort Pierce offers plenty to do on land as well! You can go horseback riding on the beach or on a cattle ranch, or you can take a tour of our working farms and ranches.|
|Educational Centers Fort Pierce also boasts some of the best educational centers for nature, cultural and marine life.|
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|Great Location Fort Pierce is easily reached from just about anywhere in Florida. Both Interstate-95 and Florida’s Turnpike have exits in Fort Pierce. State Route 68 and 70 are gateways from Central Florida. Travelling from outside Florida, other countries, 5 major airports are within a short distance.|