By Lauren Tjaden

Kayaking Amelia Island's salt marshes offers the opportunity to see dolphins, manatees, otters, rays and other fish — and the chance to reconnect with nature, family and friends. Tours through the 40,000-acre nature preserve are beginner-friendly, as you float with the curent and let Mother Nature do her fair share of the work.

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