Everglades National Park Up Close and Wonderfully Personal
Over 1.5 million acres of South Florida's 4.3 million acres of subtropical, soggy backwoods acquired the status
of a national-park in 1947. And this section came to be known as the Everglades National Park. It’s one of the
nation’s biggest national parks and is appreciated by the world community as an International Biosphere
Reserve, a Wetland of International Importance, and a World Heritage Site.
Why take Everglades National Park Tours?
Get the opportunity to enjoy Miami's precious ecosystem, the Florida Everglades by taking an adventurous tour.
The tours are generally inclusive of transportation to the Everglades, an incredible airboat ride and a Wildlife
These tours take you to the Florida Everglades and show you some of the delightful sights ever. Board an
airboat and journey nature’s treasured wilderness made up of 1.2 million acres of hardwood hammocks and
grasslands a. An experienced tour guide will narrate your airboat ride as you slither through this adventure land
often famous as, “The River of Grass.”
While the guide takes you through this nature wonder, you can enjoy the splendid panoramic views, serenity
and lush vegetation. The joy of being amidst alligators, local flora and fauna and other exotic wildlife such as
whitetail deer, raccoons and wild boar is simply awesome and helps you take back fond memories from your
Your tour doesn’t end after an airboat ride; instead you can head for an alligator wildlife show to discover
crocodiles, alligators as well as other interesting creatures. The shows also educate you about the conservation
and preservation of one of the most subtle and essential ecological systems and not to mention its inhabitants.
Don’t forget to take home a memorable photo holding a baby alligator in your arms!
Why Visit the Everglades?
Visit the Everglades if you wish to spend the entire day hiking, biking, or boating in deep, raw backwoods with
lots of wildlife. Walk to the east of Everglades National Park, and you’ll spot the Biscayne National Park noted
for its immaculate, delightful, subtropical features. It’s the country’s biggest marine park and the largest
national park in the continental United States that houses living coral reefs. A small part of the park's 172,000
acres comprises mainland coast and remote islands, but 95% still remains underwater.
The first thing that you would perhaps notice about the park is the mangroves and their tousled masses of stilt
like roots, which condense the shorelines. They are also coined as "walking trees," by some locals. You may
also see Miami's high-rise buildings from some of the Biscayne's 44 islands; however, the park is practically
unripe and big enough to explore it on your own pace.
On the northern end of the national park you’ll find the Big Cypress National Preserve, one of South Florida's
slightest developed watersheds. Founded by Congress in 1974 to shelter the Everglades, it consists of wide-
ranging tracts of marsh, prairie, forested swamps, pinelands, and sloughs. With so much to see and do in the
Everglades, you’ll certainly have a great time here. For adventurous tours and packages, we are only a call