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Because of the location, Cape Romano is less crowded and much more quiet. There are tours that take you to the island or, if you have access to a boat, you can visit at your own leisure. My family and I visit frequently and it's...More
We learned about the history of Cape Romano from our eco tour guide, Marco, from Marco Island Water Sports. He then showed us pictures back at the hut of what it once was... it was a remarkable place. There's nothing else like it.
This is an unusual site to see. The sands are shifting, and the dome houses are slowing going into the water. They are made of a unique architecture, and are worth seeing. They are not on land anymore, so, you don't tour them, just look...More
An interesting example of changes in tidal lands and the possibility of what happens with climate change. Educational in respect to land management and natural deterioration as the birds, fish and humans put the place to new use. Read the history and see pictures of...More
This is really interesting, the history of how these domes got here. They are in the water, waiting to fall down...people really lived in them. I think one family.... I saw it when there was no sand around it....maybe high tide..
We had a wonderful trip shelling on a remote island as well as learning the history of Cape Romano. Cape Romano won't be standing much longer. Two of the dome houses are submerged already, and the rest are in horrible shape. Marco, our guide, was...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... 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.