The south end of Brevard County Florida is home to a stretch of appoximately 32 miles of coastline that is set aside for low density eco tourism. The ocean and intracoastal waterways here are teeming with life, from the tiny dinoflagellates up to the apex predators...it's all here in plentiful numbers. Soaring pelicans and shore birds, and a healthy viable eco system that encompasses the Sebastian Inlet State Park as well. Indeed, during summer months and prevailing south westerly winds, the ocean looks like the bahamas off the shore, turquoise blue and clear and clean. A virtual North American paradise for outdoor enthusiasts and those that wish to interact with nature.