If you've been researching a vacation to the Everglades, you know by now that there's a ton to offer visitors of all kinds at the third largest National Park in the lower 48 states. The Everglades consists of wetlands, swamps, and vast wooded areas that houses hundreds of different animals and species. Rivers, lakes, and streams intertwine within the Southernmost part of Florida to entice both amateur and professional fishermen, and the vastly gorgeous coastline itself begs to be explored. Many Everglades frequenters make a habit of repeating their favorite activities over and over again – hiking, fishing, sight seeing, camping and exploring are all favorites! One of the most beloved activities, however, and one that the Everglades has become quite famous for, is airboat rides.
What better way to cruise and sightsee the wetlands than by zipping around at top speeds? The Everglades has become widely known as the “River of Grass”, so air boating is a way to ensure that you can get to even the most difficult to reach places by boat without any trouble at all. Our airboats have passenger compartments that will protect you from any weather – sunshine or rain – and will leave you safe and simply exhilarated when you take the ride of your life through the Everglades. You'll come face to face with unique and exciting animals, and an expert tour guide will ensure your safety the entire time. So – if you find yourself in the Everglades and wanting to have a little fun, sign up for an airboat tour and head to one of these three fantastic locations.
Alligator Alley Airboat Tours
Wondering what you might experience in Alligator Alley? It's all in the name. When you take an airboat tour with Everglades Holiday Park, you'll get an hour to venture into some of the deepest mangroves and ecosystems in South Florida, where wildlife is most abundant. The expert tour guides will know beyond the shadow of a doubt where to go, and will be helpful in educating you on the wildlife you come across. When you venture into Alligator Alley on an airboat tour, you'll come close to a number of alligators, learn more about the magnificent species, and maintain your safety at all times.
Explore the Mangroves
The Everglades is known for it's gorgeous mangroves that twist into tunnels over nearly every swamp and stream around. You'll feel the wind in your face as you take in the beautiful sights, and 60 miles per hour will feel amazing on your covered airboat in the heat of a South Florida Day. When you tour the Mangroves, your tour guide will point out wildlife, share stories and fun facts that you'd never know otherwise.
Traverse the Grasslands and the Swamps
Exploring the Mangrove and Alligator Alley will provide a unique experience, but adding a tour through the grasslands and forest surrounding will add significantly to the excitement. The lush landscape and the wildlife you'll take in will differ from that in the Alley, and then when you venture through the swamps you'll see even more. Wildlife varies across every Everglades ecosystem, so why not explore them all?
Everglades Holiday Park airboat rides are truly fun for the whole family. At an hour long and at speeds of up to 60 miles per hour, you can be sure that you'll have the experience of a lifetime. Whether you explore Alligator Alley, zip through the Mangrove tunnels, or traverse the grasslands and swamps (or do all three!), you won't regret any amount of time spent with your family on an airboat, where you'll learn a ton and live life (safely) on the edge.This entry was posted in Everglades Holiday Park Blog on .
What if you could take an amazing journey across a river of grass surrounded by wild animals in their natural habitat – but all from the comfort of a covered airboat? Welcome to Everglades Holiday Park, home to the Gator Boys Alligator Rescue and family fun destination in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. When it’s time to take to the water, climb aboard a state-of-the-art vessel for an unforgettable Everglades airboat ride. The ultimate airboat thrill awaits in the gorgeous Florida Everglades!
With fast speeds, fresh air and tons of excitement, Everglades airboat tours keep mom, dad and the kids energized with the sights and sounds of Florida’s finest ecosystem. It’s fast paced fun – the kind that keeps everyone on their toes. Don’t close your eyes, not even for second or you’ll miss some of the most amazing creatures, and Florida’s own ancestral dinosaur, the American alligator. It’s a thrilling experience for sure, but completely safe too. You’ll get up close and personal, but from the comforts of a covered boat.
Journey Deep Into the Florida Everglades On a 60-Minute Narrated Everglades Airboat Tour
Everglades airboat tours at Everglades Holiday Park are awesome – an experience to treasure forever and a thrill for the whole family! Sit back, relax and let the sights and sounds of nature surround you on a 60-minute narrated tour. Is it exciting? Absolutely! With top speeds of close to 60 miles per hour, airboats zip across the River of Grass, giving you and your family a once-in-a-lifetime experience to enjoy South Florida’s most exciting natural attraction – the unforgettable Florida Everglades! A tropical paradise filled with incredible wildlife (many endangered) and amazing vegetation, airboat tours at Everglades Holiday Park are extraordinary, there's nothing like it on earth.
An Educational Everglades Boat Adventure for All Ages
Who says learning has to be boring? Not the case with Everglades airboat tours. In fact, there’s so much to know about our history in the Everglades, it’s nearly impossible to see and hear everything in one visit. And that’s just as well, because folks who experience the Everglades ecosystem on an airboat tour always seem eager to come back! For parents looking to treat the kids to something educational and fun, airboat tours through the Everglades offer the best of both with an exhilarating ride and an intimate look into one of the most diverse and unique environments in the world. Whether you’re 9 or 99, the Everglades never disappoint!
The Everglades in Florida has become well known for a few different things, and airboat tours is one of them. It's no wonder, when you consider the blast that families and people of all ages seem to have on them. At Everglades Holiday Park, we offer hour long airboat tours that'll leave your whole family grinning from ear to ear.
What You Can Expect from the Boat
Our flat bottom boats propelled by air reach top speeds of 60 miles per hour! Without the hinderance of water or obstacles, it really does feel like they fly. Our boats have passenger compartments that will keep you safe and, for the most part, dry, as you zip through the wetlands. In addition, our boats come equipped with an overhead shelter that will protect you and your family from any elements... rain, extreme sunshine and heat, and swooping wildlife. You can rest assured that 60 miles per hour in a shaded airboat in the heat of a South Florida day feels great!
Where You Can Expect to Go and What You'll See
The Everglades is full of different ecosystems... each boasting unique residential wildlife and plant life. We want to give you the full experience, not just part of one! A full experience means venturing through every possible ecosystem, viewing as much wildlife as possible, and learning all the while a little more about where you are. Our airboat tours will take you through the winding mangrove tunnels that line the swamps and streams; it'll take you through various grasslands and swamps; and it'll take you down rivers – specifically down Alligator Alley, known for its plentiful population of gators. Though wildlife is largely unpredictable, you have very high chances of seeing thousands of different types of animals and species on your tour. Crocodiles and alligators, snakes, birds, and other critters will likely pop up to say “hello” at every corner, and you'll be able to come extremely close while maintaining a safe distance from inside the airboat.
What You Can Expect from Your Tour Guide
When you book an airboat ride through Everglades Holiday Park, your tour guide isn't merely your airboat driver, he or she is there to enhance your experience completely. Yes, they are experts in navigating the air boat, after all – your safety is of the utmost importance! But even more, they're experts in the Everglades, and they're passionate about the nature and wildlife surrounding them. Our tour guides are always learning more in an effort to appease their own curiosity, and their goal is to be successful in sharing their knowledge with you in a relevant way on your tour. You can rest assured that you'll walk away from your air boat tour with a rich knowledge about the sights you took in. He or she will be able to share fun facts, stories, old folklore, and they'll be able to answer questions until your satisfaction. They love what they do, and they're there to serve you and to show you how beautifully unique the Everglades Park in Florida really is.
Who You Can Expect to Be on the Boat
Other than your tour guide, you may wonder who else will join you on your air boat tour. It's an important question, as we understand crowded tours aren't much fun for anyone. That's why we give you the option! You may choose to jump on board a random group tour, or perhaps you'll secure a private one for yourself and your family. Have a larger group? You can secure many seats for a group tour so that your entire group is able to go on one boat. There are many ways to do it, it's just a matter of making a reservation – most of which can be made same day.
Whatever you do, if you venture down to the Everglades Florida, don't skip out on the Everglades Holiday Park airboat tours.
Authentic, State-of-the-Art Airboats
South Florida is filled with airboats, but the best Everglades airboat tours are defined by comfort and performance. With the only covered airboats in the area, Everglades Holiday Park gives guests the option of exploring the sunny terrain under a canopy to stay protected from the weather. Comfort is key and premium airboats that are comfortable ensure your Everglades tour exceeds your expectations – guaranteed. With the finest fleet of airboats in the area, Everglades Holiday Park takes pride in offering authentic, high performing airboats for the most incredible Florida Everglades tour around.
The Most Experienced Airboat Captains In the Business
Highly-trained tour guides pilot our vessels, and that means you’ll learn about South Florida’s diverse ecosystem firsthand. Knowledgeable guides point out unique flora, fauna and all kinds of amazing sights.
Explore the breathtaking sawgrass wetland and journey deep into remote sections of the ‘glades, where many of the area’s most fascinating animals live and play. With years of hands-on experience, captains at Everglades Holiday Park are uniquely equipped to share details on everything you see. With intimate knowledge of the "glades" and surrounding ecosystem, captains ensure guests to the park see more on Everglades airboat tours at Everglades Holiday Park than anywhere else!
Our captains know exactly where to pilot the boats to bring you the most amazing sights! Once there, the engines are cut so as not to disturb the animals and that's when the alligators and other amazing wildlife begin to appear. It's truly awe-inspiring and an extraordinary learning experience for the kids.
Nature Enthusiasts, Thrill Seekers and Artists
Who would enjoy an Everglades airboat tour? For nature enthusiasts, taking in the fresh air scenery of the mangrove forest is simply inspirational. The sights and sounds of Everglades wildlife are stunning. Blue Heron, Roseate Spoonbill and incredibly beautiful long-legged wading birds are as graceful as they are fascinating to see in person. A quiet retreat and peaceful sanctuary, exploring the pristine Everglades ecosystem by airboat is the well-deserved break you need from the hustle and bustle of a fast paced lifestyle.
If you're more of a thrill seeker, the adrenalin-charged experience of getting up close and personal with a real-live alligator is indescribable. Lock eyes with a ravenous 14-foot reptile and test your nerve as you wander through the wetlands swarmed with wildlife! Just be sure to keep your hands inside the boat at all times! Of course, airboat tours are completely safe, and Everglades Holiday Park is the only place in South Florida to find both covered and uncovered vessels, for the customized experience you deserve!
With a wealth of memorable attractions highlighting the best the Everglades has to offer, Everglades Holiday Park is a great place to spend the day. An extraordinary airboat journey awaits! Join us today!
Airboat Tours - Hours of operation
7 Days a Week: We open at 9AM (rain or shine)
- Tours are 60 minutes in length, departing every 20 minutes.
- Last boat (with gator show before tour) departs at 3:40PM
- Last boat (without gator show) departs at 4:00PM
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Keeping the kids entertained is rarely an easy task. While there are amusement parks, 3-D movies and day trips to the beach, if they’ve “been there, done that”, they’re not likely to stay entertained for long. This weekend, when the kids are looking around for something to do, why not let them explore one of South Florida’s most exciting natural attractions – the Everglades.
What is there to do and see in America’s wetland? How about getting up close and personal with exciting wildlife, taking a fast boat ride and witnessing an awe-inspiring live alligator show? Everglades Holiday Park in Fort Lauderdale has all this and more – in one convenient location! Take the family on an adventure they’ll treasure forever with a few hours of good old-fashioned fun hanging with the crew from the Gator Boys Alligator Rescue at Everglades Holiday Park.
Meet and Greet With Everglades Wildlife
How often do you get the chance to lock eyes with a ten-foot alligator? How about witnessing a brightly colored Roseate Spoonbill snatch a fish from the shallow water? Wildlife viewing in the Everglades is spectacular, and exactly why the area is such a popular sightseeing locale. With over 360 different species of birds, 50 plus reptiles, and over 40 different mammals, the Everglades are brimming with exciting sights and sounds.
Weather conditions are typically pleasant during the dry season – December through April, making it a great time to spot wildlife. Because water levels are lower during this time, many animals can be seen easily, making a trip through the Everglades extra fun. Alligators, wading birds and other freshwater animals congregate in groups, giving spectators the opportunity to snap pictures. The perfect habitat for amphibians, reptiles and more, the River of Grass is a fantastic place to stop and listen to the sounds of nature.
Everglades birds are iconic, having become the subject of much creative art over the years. Whether you’re an artist in search of inspiration or just a casual observer, you’ll delight in watching scores of birds dot the landscape. In the ‘glades alone, 360 different species of birds have been identified, falling into three distinct categories: birds of prey, wading birds and land birds. Wading birds are fun to watch in person – the white ibis, woodstork and great egret are often seen on Everglades tours. Bird enthusiasts, nature explorers and folks just out for an exciting adventure delight in watching the antics of these amazing creatures.
Believe it or not, the American alligator is one of over 50 different reptiles living in the Everglades! Snakes, including the Eastern Diamondback and Florida Cottonmouth live among iguanas, geckos, snapping turtles, box turtles and more. Over 40 mammals can be found wandering the area, including the bobcat, white tailed deer, raccoons, fox, river otters and the elusive Florida panther.
The easiest way to tour the amazing Everglades is by airboat – flat bottomed vessels propelled by giant aircraft engines. Airboats glide easily through the shallow water of the ‘glades, never disturbing the animals. But with up close and personal access to wildlife, an airboat tour through the Everglades is one of the most exciting ways to explore the wetlands. Most tours in the area are relatively short, but Everglades Holiday Park offers 60 minutes – a full hour of exploration and adventure. Plus, with experienced captains to navigate, you’re sure to see all kinds of amazing flora and fauna. Kids of all ages love the excitement of zipping through the water at speeds close to 60 miles per hour, and with frequent stops to meet and greet the wildlife, it’s the best of both worlds.
Live Alligator Shows Featuring the Gator Boys Alligator Rescue
A trip to the Everglades wouldn’t be complete without a live gator show! With the Gator Boys Alligator Rescue team on site, Everglades Holiday Park is the best place to experience an alligator show in South Florida! The crew is best known for their appearance on Animal Planet’s hit reality show, The Gator Boys, and many of the rescued gators from the show live in the world famous “Gator Pit” at the park. Guests who purchase airboat tickets are invited to watch a complementary show featuring someone from the team each day.
What can you expect to see and learn from an alligator show at Everglades Holiday Park? How about fun facts and interesting information about the American alligator, or a demonstration on how the Seminole Indian tribe used to catch live alligators? Plus, there’s no shortage of excitement, as the crew is always ready and willing to display the strength and grace of our favorite reptiles by performing a few crowd-pleasing tricks and stunts. Don’t try this at home!
The Florida Everglades is an awe-inspiring natural attraction – a fantastic wetland filled with exciting animals, unique vegetation and more. A family friendly locale and educational experience the whole family will enjoy, make your plans to visit the state’s shining gem today by visiting www.evergladesholidaypark.comThis entry was posted in Everglades Holiday Park Blog on .
South Florida is famous for its national park that attracts hundreds of thousands of visitors every year. The Everglades is the third largest national park in the lower 48 states, and boasts many different types of ecosystems, mangroves, wetlands and coastlines – each that offer activities and wildlife unique to the specific area. Everglades Holiday Park is a hub for Everglades activities, and offers top notch entertainment for the entire family.
Perhaps the most famous creature in the Everglades is the alligator, the ancient beast that continues to reign supreme today in South Florida. Everglades Holiday Park recognizes that alligators are a sight to behold, and here, we strive to give you a complete Everglades experience that leaves you feeling like you've seen all there is to see, gators included. For that reason, we've created numerous opportunities for you to come into close contact with these gators – all safely, of course.
See Them in their Natural Habitat
The Everglades is dotted with creeks, streams, rivers and swamps that sit amongst mangroves and grasslands – perfect territory for the admired alligator. There are so many ways you can tour the wetlands in order to see these beings in their habitat... take a guided boat tour through a swamp, hike the lands with a guide, or – best of all – opt for an airboat tour. Simply stated, no trip to the Everglades is complete without an airboat tour, and you won't regret taking one when you realize just how up close and personal you'll get with the alligators in their natural habitat. Expert tour guides will lead you through Alligator Alley, where you'll likely see hundreds of gators sunbathing and resting on logs and rocks surrounding. Everglades Holiday Park believes firmly in conserving natural wetlands and preserving them without disturbing the inhabitants, so we're thrilled to give you a glimpse of what wild life is really like in the Everglades without any sort of manmade alteration.
See Them Up Close
The airboat tour will give you a taste of gator life, though you won't have an opportunity to get too up close and personal (after all – these are alligators in the wild!) But, we know that sometimes you just want to be as close as possible in a more controlled environment, which is why we also pride ourselves on our gator shows, which take place after every air boat ride. At our famous gator shows, you'll witness an educational and exciting show that features the power and intelligence that these reptiles possess. Get excited – you'll be a witness for some exciting stunts, hear some spectacular stories, and walk away with a greater knowledge of the primitive species having heard some mind blowing facts about why they are the way they are, and what they can do.
They're Family Friendly
Are you worried that big brother will be bored? Worried that little sister will be scared? We can assure you, mom and dad, that the Gator shows at Everglades Holiday Park are fun for the whole family. There will be fun and unusual facts for people of all ages, tricks and silly jokes for the young visitors, and at the end – every visitor will have an opportunity to hold a baby alligator in this experience of a lifetime. It simply doesn't matter how old you are, you'll be up close and personal with the gators in a safe, comfortable and natural way, and there's simply no replacing that kind of family fun.
Gator Show Schedule
If you're in Everglades Holiday Park, catch a gator show anytime! We put them on 7 days a week, from 9 in the morning until 5 in the evening. Buy tickets in advance to receive a discount on the airboat tour and educational gator show!
There's no doubt about it, you cannot visit the Everglades without spending some time with the gators – to do that would be to miss out on a classic Everglades experience! Go with Everglades Holiday Park for your airboat gator tour and a gator show that will get you so close to the species and having so much fun, that you simply won't want to leave!This entry was posted in Everglades Holiday Park Blog on .
South Florida is comprised predominantly of wetlands – swamps, marshes, lakes, rivers and streams leading to the coast, surrounded by wet grasslands and mangroves that house some of the most unique wildlife on the planet. To consider going to the Everglades without renting a boat is to consider missing out on nearly everything that the park has to offer. Would you venture deep into the wilderness without a four wheel drive vehicle to get you where you need to go? Likely not, so why would you approach the wet lands on a sight seeing journey without a boat? Curious as to what your options are, and what you can do with them? Allow us to lay it all out for you!
Rent a Boat on the Coast
South Florida is famous for its pristine beaches and beautiful coast lines, so don't miss out on an experience to explore that side of the Everglades as well! The coast of Florida is a fisherman's dream with fish that are a thrill to catch and tasty to devour. The sightseer will be happy with the landscape – to take in the sights, smells, and wind on the water. Birds, unique species of fish and other animals abound on the coast. If you're interested in fishing only, consider renting a boat and hiring a guide to go with you. Locals will help instruct you on where to go to make the most of your experience!
Rent a Boat on Freshwater
The freshwater areas are vast and plentiful, also great for fishing and sightseeing. A different kind of wildlife can be found here – birds, reptiles, gators and other animals are unique and a thrill to come across! Gators can be spotted sunbathing on logs and on the shores of rivers and some lakes, and snakes can be found swimming along the streams and in and out of creek beds. Fish the lakes, rivers, creeks and swamps for bass and brim, catfish and other indigenous species. Spots on Lake Okeechobee are swimming with massive fish that are great for pulling in for sport or for dinner. Similar to saltwater fishing, always keep in mind that renting a boat and hiring a guide is a legitimate proposition for freshwater fishing as well. A guide who's lived in and around the Everglades most of his life will take you to the fishing holes that nobody else knows about, as long as you have a boat to get there.
Rent an Airboat in the Everglades
Perhaps the best way to see the Everglades is from an airboat. These flat bottomed boats skid across flat waters, and may be propelled by air up to 60 miles per hour! Though licenses and certifications are required to drive them, boats are rentable with a driver, and are certainly no waste of money. On an airboat, you can traverse the wet lands – zipping down streams, through swamps and creeks and up rivers, winding in and out of the eco-systems and mangroves that surround the waters. You'll see more wildlife this way, as the airboat permits greater access to the heart of the Everglades, access that isn't possible by regular boat, by car, by foot or by quad. Air boats are rentable through Everglades Holiday Park; you can reserve an entire boat for your group, opt for one of the park's airboat tours that ends with a gator show, or rent a smaller, private air boat for you and your family.
The Airboat Tour
If you opt for the airboat tour through Everglades Holiday Park, you'll have access to the heart of the Everglades, as we take you down Alligator Alley, where you'll see gators and other unique wildlife in plenty. Each tour is one hour long, and after you dock we'll take you to our gator show, where your gator tour will launch to the next level as you're allowed to get really up close and personal. Our gator shows are educational, fun, funny, interesting, and great for the whole family. Not only will you hear from passionate professionals on the primitive species, but you'll have an opportunity to see stunts and tricks, and even hold a baby alligator yourself. All of this comes included when you rent an airboat for your Everglades Holiday Park airboat tour!
So, it really is a no brainer – if you venture down to South Florida to visit the Everglades, you're doing yourself a major disservice to forgo a boat rental. Explore the coastal waters with a salt water boat, skim the waters of the rivers and lakes with a fresh water skiff, and zip across the wetlands and swamps with an airboat... you won't regret it when you walk away having had the experience of a lifetime!This entry was posted in Everglades Holiday Park Blog on .
If you’re ready to experience the Florida Everglades, but you’re unsure where to begin, you’re not alone. Millions of visitors to the Sunshine State look forward to visiting with Florida’s amazing wildlife and unique vegetation, but miss tons of exciting opportunities because they failed to have a plan. Take a few minutes to read about the best places to go – key spots to spend your time. Here are some of the best ideas for where to go and what to do in the Everglades – Florida’s most exciting natural attraction.
Hiking the Anhinga Trail – A Boardwalk of Adventure The Anhinga Trail in Royal Palm is a definite “must do” and great place to see a variety of alligators and wading birds, like Roseate Spoonbill, Anhinga, Great Egret, Wood Stork, Cormorants and more. With a paved boardwalk, the Anhinga Trail makes it easy to stroll through the Everglades at your own pace – while marveling at the unique sights. If the Anhinga Trail is too busy, or if a longer hike is the goal, the Everglades offers plenty of challenging trails with extraordinary views to keep you on your toes.
Canoe and Kayak Trails - Gliding along the River of Grass without making a sound is one of the most rewarding ways to experience South Florida’s wildlife. Everglades National Park has a variety of canoe and kayak trails through freshwater marsh and mangrove forests that make the perfect afternoon of exploration. Witnessing the wonders of the Everglades by canoe or kayak is a unique adventure, and an exciting way for outdoor enthusiasts to spend a few hours away from the hustle and bustle. Whether you’re in for a quick trip or geared up for a several day adventure, fantastic trails are available.
Spectacular Bird Watching - Everglades birds are extraordinary for sure, and easily one of the most coveted images of the area. Tropical birds can be seen throughout the Everglades, and choosing the perfect destination for birding is really a matter of finding an area that’s most convenience and close to other activities you plan on doing while visiting. As for the perfect season, you really can’t go wrong anytime of year in the Everglades. Remember, while summer is a little more humid, many birds enjoy the frequent rains, ands can be seen quite easily in the morning and early afternoon.
World Renowned Fishing - One third of Everglades National Park is covered by water, and that means fantastic fishing opportunities! If you enjoy angling, you’ll delight in knowing that the Everglades is a renowned fishing destination for both saltwater and freshwater fishing. With everything from large mouth bass to snapper, trout, redfish, bluegill and more, there’s something for everyone. While there are designated boat ramps throughout for creating your own adventure, guided fishing tours offer amateurs and those new to the sport the opportunity to fish like the pros in one of the most extraordinary ecosystems in the world.
Private Airboat Tours - What’s more exciting than viewing the flora and fauna of the amazing Everglades in private on a narrated tour specifically designed for you? Imagine a birthday or anniversary present – the most intimate adventure on a fully guided, private airboat tour through the Everglades! Reservations can be made in advance for this once in a lifetime opportunity. A narrated airboat tour for you and your special guests is a V.I.P. experience not to be missed!
The Essential Everglades Experience – Everglades Holiday Park
If spying on wildlife by immersing yourself in the middle of the action is your goal, then an airboat ride at Everglades Holiday Park is the solution. Guests looking for adventure visit the park to experience the area like a true gladesman, complete with an hour-long airboat tour, live alligator show and up close and personal animal encounters. Families with children, senior citizens and outdoor enthusiasts delight in the essential Everglades experience with the crew at Everglades Holiday Park!
Plus, as a bonus, the park is also home to the Gator Boys Alligator Rescue – the one and only crew who made the Animal Planet reality show, The Gator Boys a hit. Live shows are complementary with the purchase of an airboat tour and boats leave the docks every 20 minutes starting at 9 am. The perfect family fun adventure, a day trip to Everglades Holiday Park is not only exciting, but also, an educational treat they’ll remember forever. Guests to the park are encouraged to take in the destination fully by visiting the Gator Bites Café for a delicious bite to eat. With small snacks, sandwiches and popular staple items, it’s a treat to grab lunch and sit under the shade of the banyan trees. With plenty of green grounds and extraordinary views, just relaxing is an adventure at Everglades Holiday Park!
When you’re ready to explore the Everglades, it’s never a bad idea to have a few ideas in mind. With hiking, kayaking, birding, fishing, airboating and more, Florida’s most exciting natural attraction can’t let you down. And that’s true whether you’re in it for the education or just a few hours of fun.
If you’d like to learn more about how to book an exciting airboat tour and alligator show at Everglades Holiday Park, please visit us online at www.evergladesholidaypark.com or call 954-434-8111 today!This entry was posted in Everglades Holiday Park Blog on .