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This was cool to see, our boat tour on Breakwater Ian knew the history and it was really fun to hear. When we got back to our house we googled the pictures and that was great! Cant wait to go back and see it move,...More
Captain Marco is an excellent tour guide. He gave us ton of information about the area and the dome houses. We saw the dolphins jumping, picked up a lot of seashells and saw the dome houses up close. We had a wonderful experience.
The dome houses are an architectural wonder. Built as a vacation home on Cape Romano in 1980, they were originally on land. Over the years, the sand around the structures has receded leaving them surrounded by water. Seeing the structures is very interesting. The dome...More
We had a fantastic time on this 3 hour tour, learning so much about the history of the area and a ton of information about the environment and wildlife. Captain Marco was the best! He really knew his stuff and shared many stories of his...More
My family and I took a tour with Tresure Seekers Shell Tours to see the Dome Homes and we had a great time! The homes were so cool and I’m amazed that they are still standing. I hope they are still there when we make...More
Went on a privately owned boat. Great place to go to to fishing or just to enjoy a day out in the water. The water was crystal clear. Saw several dolphins, manatee, and even a stingray. Can read the history of the Dome Home.
Just as the pictures show. Accessible only by boat. Interesting history about these and how the landscape has changed. There are only 4 domes remaining , one went down with Irma, not sure how the remaining will tolerate another hurricane
This is a good tour for shelling on a private little island, especially if you go with Capt. Marco who can tell you the life cycle of the various whelks and other interesting facts about the creatures that lived in those... More
This is a good tour for shelling on a private little island, especially if you go with Capt. Marco who can tell you the life cycle of the various whelks and other interesting facts about the creatures that lived in those shells.