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The Everglades

The Everglades
Outdoor Activities > Eco Tours > Eco Tours
$135
Duration: 4 hours
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Description

The Everglades is an amazing "River of Grass" set up by nature to purify our water supply and environment. You will see a rare collection of magnificent birds, reptiles, and flora above the water, in its own habitat of 1.5 million acres. It would take about a week to navigate the 100 mile wilderness waterway which winds through rivers, creeks, and bays on its way to Flamingo Bay.

Its very existence, the majority of which is now under the guidance of man, has been under controversy since the 1970’s up to today. Join with us on an eco-tour of the Everglades and judge the situation for yourself.

An alligator is sure to raise his head early in the morning, and if we watch closely, we can see the flowers bloom just barely above the waters edge. We will explore a small portion it’s existence, and of course revel in its beauty.

Tour Duration: 4 Hours

Tour Type: Transport Based

Tour Price: Price Per Person USD $135.00

Tour Highlights:

Pick you up at your hotel or where ever aqnd that is where the tour begins! One hour of relaxed chatter for one hour into the Everglades. Here you will board an airboat, feel the breeze in your hair/or not, and visit Miami as it was more than 100 years ago.

The alligator show is everyone's highlight and then the walk about in the back of the property shooting nature at it's best.

We can drop you back at your origin or wherever you need to be.

Tour Inclusions:

Included in the price per person is admission to the park and the transportation to get there

Tour Exclusions:

A gratuity(tip) is always appreciated. This begins at 15%.

The Everglades is an amazing "River of Grass" set up by nature to purify our water supply and environment. You will see a rare collection of magnificent birds, reptiles, and flora above the water, in its own habitat of 1.5 million acres. It would take about a week to navigate the 100 mile wilderness waterway which winds through rivers, creeks, and bays on its way to Flamingo Bay.