Enjoy an Everglades Airboat Tour Before 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.This entry was posted in Everglades Holiday Park Blog, on .