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Earth Kinship

Explore Northeast Florida's one-of-a-kind ecosystem on these adventures.

Earth Kinship

(904) 477-5669

Currently open.
Mon - Tue: Closed
Wed - Sun: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
A locally owned and operated ecotourism company, Earth Kinship is dedicated to promoting a kinship between people and natural communities. Locals and visitors can foster a deeper connection to the Northeast Florida natural landscape through Earth Kinship's professional, educational, sustainable, and ethical tourism programs.Earth Kinship hosts kayak tours, overnight camping trips, forest therapy events, arts and history programs, and guided hiking experiences. Owner and guide Ayolane Halusky has 25 years of experience as an ecologist in the region. A St. Johns County native, he was a Naturalist with the County Parks Department, leading nature hikes all over the area. His commitment to diversity and inclusion shows in every program Earth Kinship provides, making nature accessible for everyone.
  • Kayak Trips change with the current and weather. Locations include Deep Creek, Helen Melon Schmidt Park, Bing's Landing, Palmo Boat Ramp, Trout Creek, and other locations, and take place in the afternoon, at sunset, or after dark. Most kayak trips are for all ages and experience levels and last two to three hours.
  • Hikes are guided tours through ecological habitats. These hikes can be solely recreational, or include discussions about edible plants, native animals, and the local environments. There are hikes for bird lovers, nature walks, and a tracking hike to teach you to "read nature's news."
  • Other Tours and Activities include team building programs, art and history programs, and overnight tips.
Earth Kinship tours bring guests closer to nature. See the Earth Kinship website for more information.

Earth Kinship

(904) 477-5669

Currently open.
Mon - Tue: Closed
Wed - Sun: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm