Treasure Island, in Orlando, Florida, is an exciting destination. Along the Gulf of Mexico is a destination renowned for its stunning beaches and crystal-clear waters. Whether you’re looking for a romantic getaway or a fun-filled family vacation, this sun-soaked paradise is sure to please. There are luxurious beachfront hotels with breathtaking views and a wide variety of unique restaurants to choose from.

You’ll love the abundant wildlife as you swim in the warm gulf waters, or kayak through the mangroves. Treasure Island is a great place to relax or find excitement and adventure. From parasailing and jet skiing to deep sea fishing and golfing, there’s something special for everyone.

Where to go and What to Do on Treasure Island in January

Sunset Cruise Over the Gulf of Mexico

Watch the sunset over Florida’s beautiful Gulf of Mexico. This is a one-of-a-kind sunset cruise out of Madeira Beach. Glide over tranquil waters and take in the breathtaking views of the horizon, with its ever-changing shades of red, orange, and yellow. Bring along your own refreshments and enjoy a peaceful moment out on the water as you watch the sun sink below the horizon.

Stunning Helicopter Tour– Skyway Bridge

Fly over St. Petersburg in a private helicopter ride. Take in some of the famous St. Petersburg landmarks such as the Dali Museum (with original Salvador Dali artwork), Fort De Soto Park (five islands along Tampa Bay), and the Sunshine Skyway Bridge (the longest cable-stayed concrete bridge in the world.

This also a great way to view the crystal-clear waters and sandy beaches that seem to stretch on forever. Observing them from high above gives you an entirely different appreciation for this area’s natural beauty.

Treasure Island Electric Bike Beach Rental

Since Treasure Island is centrally located, rent an electric bike and easily ride to your location, be that the beach, Ft’ DeSoto, or on the Pinellas Trail. Going on a bike ride with the pedal assist and the throttle can be an amazing thrill. It’s one of those experiences that feels like pure joy. With the wind in your hair, the sun on your face and the smoothness of the road beneath you, there is no better way to experience nature. You get a boost from the motor but still have control over where you’re going­– perfect for navigating hills or speeding along flat terrain.

Island & Mangrove Tunnel Adventure on Glass Bottom Kayaks in St. Pete Beach

Experience the wonders of nature in the Treasure Island Glass-Bottom Kayak! You can explore Buccaneer Island and John’s Pass Islands from the comfort of your own kayak equipped with a glass-bottom. Glide over the magnificent wildlife that inhabits these idyllic islands in their natural habitats, as you make your way through a mangrove tunnel! Witness sea turtles, fish, sharks, dolphins, stingrays and more in their natural habitat like never before! Whether you’re looking for an exciting day trip or want to relax, this family-friendly adventure gets you close to Florida’s abundant marine life. The glass-bottom kayaks are easy to operate, so this is ideal for novice and experienced kayakers alike.

2-hour paddle to the sandbar & mangroves

No need to carry your paddleboard across the street to the marina and navigate a busy public dock, hop on and go. Helpful attendants will make sure you’re taken care of. Being on the bay and not right on the gulf makes departure and arrival much easier.

Your journey begins as you head towards St. John’s Pass, where there is a sand bar and some small mangrove islands. If you stay in the inlets, your journey stays easy and peaceful the whole time.

January on Treasure Island at the Treasure Bay Resort and Marina is Filled with Fun You’ll Remember for a Lifetime

On Treasure Island, January is a time to soak up the sun, swim, or sightsee, amidst all the excitement Treasure Island has to offer. Treasure Bay Resort and Marina is a great way to spend time on the Treasure Island beaches and pristine Boca Ciega Bay on the Gulf of Mexico.

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