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Take a VIP Tour of the Everglades with Everglades Holiday Park

Take a VIP Tour of the Everglades with Everglades Holiday Park

Outdoor lovers, nature enthusiasts, and thrill seekers: want to spend an adventurous day outdoors without the hassle of planning? At Everglades Holiday Park, our VIP airboat tours of the Everglades take care of your journey from start to finish. Whether you are planning a romantic day for two or an exciting day for a large group, you can experience all that the Everglades has to offer through our personalized tours.

Rated by USA Today as one of the 10 Best Things to Do with Kids, our VIP tours of the Everglades are the ultimate adventure through the Florida’s most treasured landscape and suitable for any age. What’s included in a VIP tour of the Everglades?

  • The team at Everglades Holiday Park will provide round trip transportation to and from our park. We offer pick up in Broward, Dade, and Palm Beach County.
  • You will be escorted to our private docks, where you’ll embark on a VIP Everglades airboat tour with our experienced captains.
  • Over the course of an hour, fully narrated tour, you’ll be able to see some of the world’s most exotic animals in their natural habitats. You’ll fly at top speeds over the River of Grass and view the various ecosystems and vegetation that keep the Everglades alive.
  • After your airboat tour, you can check out a live gator show, hosted by the famous Gator Boys Alligator Rescue. This 20-minute experience features stunts, tricks, and jokes that are sure to entertain all ages.
  • Receive a free group photo, or opt for a paid version where you get to hold an alligator!

A VIP tour of the Everglades is the perfect way to make sure your group gets the best possible experience of Florida’s 1.5-million-acre natural treasure. Let Everglades Holiday Park worry about the details. All you have to do is call 954-434-8113 to book your visit, and get ready for the ultimate day out in Everglades!

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Enjoy an Everglades Airboat Tour Before Dry Season Ends!

Enjoy an Everglades Airboat Tour Before the Dry Season Ends

Residents and visitors to South Florida often ask when the optimal time to enjoy an Everglades airboat tour is, and the answer is simple: there’s never a bad time. With 1.5 million acres of marshland, you can guarantee that each ecosystem working within the Everglades is thriving year-round.

Unlike most of the country shoveling snow and trying to keep warm, South Florida enjoys warm weather and comfortable temperatures year-round. Instead of the typical four-season changes, South Florida enjoys only two major changes: the wet season and the dry season.

Each season offers something different; the wet season falls between May and November. Temperatures are a little higher and it may rain more often, so water levels are higher (although this doesn’t stop our Everglades airboat tours from running). The dry season, however, is active from December through April. The dry season in the Everglades is mild, pleasant, and breezy.

The animals you will see on your Everglades airboat tour will vary depending on the season. Since they are living in their natural habitats, each day in the Everglades is different, and animals don’t appear on command. Regardless of the season, you are bound to see some of South Florida’s most unique wildlife; alligators, raccoons, manatees, turtles, snakes, ducks, hawks, gulls, and all kinds of aquatic life. Not all of them may be visible, but you can expect to see a few hanging out on the edges of the Everglades’ waterways, perched up in a tree, or swimming alongside the airboat.

An Everglades airboat tour is fun year-round, but the dry season is especially pleasant for those who are looking for a milder atmosphere. Make sure you catch a glimpse of the Everglades before the dry season ends! Book your next Everglades airboat tour today.

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Wetlands Fishing at Everglades Holiday Park Airboat Tours

 Bass Fishing in the Florida Everglades

The Everglades is composed of thousands of mangroves and winding waterways that are home to a wide variety of birds, alligators, amphibians, mammals, and fish. Since the wetlands within Everglades National Park are home to so many exotic and endangered animals, conservationists and experts at Everglades Holiday Park hard to ensure they are kept safe, so they can live in peace and harmony, making it a prime destination for Miami airboat tours.

One exception that Everglades National Park does make, however, is fishing. Fishing is allowed in the Everglades, which is abundant in fish like snook, tarpon, snapper, and bass. In fact, the Florida Everglades is one of the top fishing destinations in the world.

The waters around Everglades Holiday Park are thriving with fish of all shapes and sizes. Our experts at Everglades Holiday Park know the lay of the land both above and underwater, so they’ve compiled their vast knowledge on the Everglades to lend some helpful tips for fishing in the Everglades, especially for the area near Everglades Holiday Park. You could check it our for yourself on group airboat tours and private airboat tours.

• The water levels drop during the dry season, which makes it impossible for fish to inhabit certain areas. Because of this, they are forced into more concentrated areas, which could make fishing easier. On the other hand, during the summer seasons, the fish are in abundance – so there’s really no bad time to go fishing in the Everglades.

• Fish tend to be more aggressive in “mushier”, thicker areas of the Everglades, so you’ll need heavier rods and tougher lines to lure these fish in.

• The Everglades is a great spot to find large fish like bass that respond well to large shiners and attractor beads, so our fishing experts recommend using these to reel the biggest fish in! Whether you’re fishing with some of South Florida’s top anglers or just hoping to cast some lines on a relaxing sunny afternoon, Everglades Holiday Park has all the gear you need for fishing in the Everglades.Contact us today to learn more about our Everglades boat rentals.

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