Best Time of Year to See Wildlife on Airboat Rides

 Best Time of Year to See Wildlife on Airboat Rides - Everglades Holiday Park

Everglades Holiday Park knows that no matter what time of year you take an airboat ride through the Florida Everglades, you are guaranteed to be impressed by the breathtaking beauty and exotic wildlife sightings. There is no bad time to visit the Everglades, since most wildlife is spotted year-round. However, you might have better luck with certain animals depending on the time of year. Animal and bird sightings vary based on many factors: time of year, water levels and conditions, weather, area food supply, and the environment.

The dry season in the Everglades typically runs from December through April. During the dry season, the water levels drop, which traps fish in shallow waters and makes them easier to spot and harder for them to elude their predators. An Everglades airboat ride this time of year will guarantee plenty of fish and bird sightings.

The rainy season runs May through November, and can be extremely hot. The alligator, everyone’s favorite Everglades predator, can be spotted all year, but especially during hotter, wetter seasons. The months right before the rainy season are when alligators experience an active mating period, so during this time of year, visitors can spot baby alligators becoming acclimated with their new territory. Alligators and crocodiles enjoy sunning themselves in the heat, so the afternoon might be the best time of day to spot these reptiles.

There is no bad time of year to go on an Everglades airboat ride. Visitors must keep in mind that the animals are living in their natural habitats, so sightings are highly likely, but not guaranteed. Our professional airboat captains will guide you to the areas with the best conditions for wildlife sightings.

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Choosing the Right Airboat Tour for Your Group

Choosing the Right Airboat Tour for Your Group - Everglades Holiday Park

At Everglades Holiday Park, we have the right airboat tour for your group, no matter how big or small.

How can you choose the right airboat tour for your group?

At Everglades Holiday Park, we can host your birthday party, corporate team building, or any big event you’ve got going on. Group tours at Everglades Holiday Park are offered for groups of 15 or more and are a great way to celebrate birthdays, reunions, or just getting together with friends for a day of fun in the sun. At our park, we can accommodate groups as big as 300 to make sure that you are able to spend an interactive day at the park together. Our group airboat rides can take your whole group deep into the subtropical terrain, right up to endangered species in their natural habitats.

Birthday parties and summer camps: For large groups of kids, we offer a 60 minute, safe, child-friendly Everglades airboat tour for all campers to enjoy together.

If you are looking for something a little more personal, we recommend that you book a private Everglades airboat tour. For a romantic date idea, a fun birthday celebration with friends, or just a cool way for smaller groups to spend time exploring, our airboat captains provide you with a more personalized experience through the Everglades, on your own terms. Our professional guide will navigate your airboat through miles of natural wetlands as you take in the beauty that the Everglades offers, with the people you enjoy being with the most. When you want to explore the Everglades with the company of your choice, book a private airboat tour for parties of two or more.

VIP Tour – For an extra special day, book our VIP Tour, which offers a morning pick up time, a 60-minute narrated airboat tour through the Everglades, a Gator Boys live show, a free group photo, and afternoon drop off.

Whether you are booking a tour with a large group, or gliding across the waters with your closest friends, we have the right airboat tour for your group. Book your group airboat tour today!This entry was posted in Everglades Holiday Park Blog on .

Everglades Holiday Park Gives Greetings from FLL

Everglades Holiday Park Gives Greetings from FLL

Welcome to South Florida, the land of bright blue skies, warm sunshine, and breathtaking beaches. Millions of travelers fly across the country each year to experience the local lifestyle in the southern part of the Sunshine State, but some may be unsure of how to maximize their time in South Florida with the best attractions in so little time. The Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport (FLL) is the tourist destination airport for the southern east coast, and helps traveling tourists know the top things to do in South Florida by advertising the very popular and highly regarded Everglades Holiday Park as the tourist destination for touring the treasured Everglades of the Sunshine State.

As soon as you step off the plane and feel the warm air surround you, you will come across a giant banner pointing you in the right direction for your trip – Florida’s most exciting natural attraction. Year after year, Everglades Holiday Park ranks as one of the top things to do in South Florida not only for tourists to have a blast and learn about the ecosystem, but also for the locals and families to enjoy a day together.

There is a good reason why our park is the first thing you see when you get off your plane at FLL; whether you are vacationing with family, a loved one, or taking a relaxing trip by yourself, our Everglades airboat tours are one of the most recommended, natural attractions in town. Offering so much more than just airboat tours, you can rent a boat, go fishing in the Everglade , catch a Gator Boy show, and more.

The park is easily accessible, with just a short drive from the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport. Everglades Holiday Park is open to guests 7 days a week, offering airboat tours from 9 a.m. until 4:30 p.m., rain or shine.

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Air Boating in Florida is a Popular Recreational Activity

Air Boating in Florida is a Popular Recreational Activity

Airboat tours are the easiest and most exciting way to explore the Everglades in South Florida for tourists; however, air boating in Florida has long been a popular recreational activity for locals and their families.

Each year, Everglades Holiday Park provides visitors and south Florida locals with the opportunity to climb aboard and glide across the water at top speeds, and into the diverse ecosystems and wildlife sanctuaries of the Everglades. But air boating in Florida is a popular recreational activity among locals because it is fun, it doesn’t harm the environment, and the locals enjoy soaking up the atmosphere of the precious land that they live near. The following are all of the reasons why air boating in Florida is so popular for local residents. The Everglades is a 1.5-million-acre subtropical wilderness, with multiple ecosystems and various terrains. Airboats are designed to safely navigate through each landscape. The way that airboats glide over the terrain makes the recreational activity fun for locals.

-Air boating allows you to observe South Florida’s nature in their natural habitats: alligators, eagles, herons, and fish.

-Air boating in Florida lends a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to view endangered species that you won’t find anywhere else in the world.

-Air boating is a relaxing way to escape reality. Everglades airboat tours take you to the center of Florida’s nature, where you can enjoy the peaceful surroundings and fresh air.

-Over the course of a 60-minute narrated tour, visitors can learn about the lay of the land, the history of the Everglades, and ongoing conservation efforts.

-The Everglades are a bird watcher’s and a frog hunter’s paradise.

-Everglade’s Holiday Park airboat tours make for an easy day trip for families. Airboat tours require no work from mom and dad, so everyone can relax and enjoy. Another plus, the tours are an affordable thing to do for families in Fort Lauderdale and outlying towns and cities.

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