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Aboard a swamp boat, you will get to know the beauty and size of the Everglades in no time!
One of many inhabitants of the national park: a baby alligator. The adults can grow up to 13 feet long!
Sceneries like this is the reason why the Everglades has the nickname, "grass river."
The Everglades boasts naturally rich vegetation and diverse flora.
Mangrove forests also belong to the Everglades' wetlands.
See the verdant Everglades up close
Feel the breeze caress your skin on the swamp boat
Experience exotic animals
Not far from Miami is the world-famous Everglades National Park. The vast biosphere reserve is home to hundreds of fish and bird species. A large number of plant species that only grow in these swamps makes the park a unique privilege to experience.
In this experience, you will glide over the quiet waters of the park and experience nature up close aboard a swamp boat.
Did you know that, even though the Everglades National Park was established only in 1947, the ecosystem itself has been around for 5,000 years - which, by geological standards, is quite young? Join us on this half-day tour of the national park and discover what makes it so fascinating.
Explore the green subtropical wilderness with us on a breathtaking swamp boat tour across the "grass river." Very few people know that this river is one of the longest and slowest flowing in the world.
Professional guides will enrich your experience with information on the unique wetlands and their inhabitants. Keep your eyes peeled because, with a little bit of luck, you might spot some of the animals that have made the Everglades their home - in fact, some species can only be found in this environment.
Afterward, wrap up the day with an alligator show!
Duration of the trip: Half day
Date of the trip: Pick-up from hotel in Miami Beach or downtown between 8:30 AM - 9:30 AM