The charming island of North Captiva is located in Southwest Florida separated from Captiva Island by a channel called Redfish Pass that was created in a 1921 hurricane.Due to only being accessible by boat or light plane, the majority of the island remains in pristine condition as undeveloped state conservation land - which makes it ideal for any glamper who loves truly getting away from it all. Enjoy hiking, mountain biking, sea kayaking, canoeing, shelling, and much more. Keep an eye peeled for migrating birds, dolphins, manatees, sea turtles, otters, and big gopher tortoises. And make sure to book one of these delightful spring accommodations with a hot tub. Nothing beats relaxing in your own private hot tub after a fun-packed day exploring this gorgeous region. There's a huge variety of accommodation options, ranging from the sleek and modern to something a little more rustic. Each comes equipped with everything necessary for the perfect vacation.