Nickajack Bat Cave Sunset Kayak Tour
Join us to see endangered grey bats begin their nightly hunt for insects! The Nickajack Bat Cave and Wildlife Refuge in the Tennessee River is the summer roost for up to 100,000 of these animals.
These tours run from late March to early October. Enjoy a 3-mile paddle around Nickajack Lake to the cave entrance during which you may be lucky enough to observe such local treats as osprey and bald eagles. Take in the thrill as thousands of bats leave the cave at dusk.
Reflect with your new friends about the dangers white-nose syndrome poses to the bat population and its impact on the ecology of other species in the area. Bring your binoculars and enjoy the sights on this bat cave kayak tour. This trip is a fun way to meet new friends or get your old friends off of the couch to try something new.
Group throw bag
Group first aid kit
Synthetic clothing layers
All trips operate on Eastern Time (this trip is located in the Central Time Zone) All trips times are operate on Eastern Time.
What to Wear:
Short or long sleeve synthetic shirt, board shorts, or pair of synthetic pants
Secure Footwear Options:
Old tennis shoes, water shoes, sandals with a secure heal
Price:$69 per guest