Everglades Tour Ticket (self-drive/no pickup). Drive to the Everglades on your own, park for free, and explore the Everglades on an airboat. Look out for large alligators and other creatures in their natural habitat. Free educational wildlife presentation with gators, turtles, etc.
Go from the Art Deco District to the Everglades National Park on this 4.5-hour entertaining and educational guided tour. Leave wild South Beach behind for another kind of wild: flora- and fauna-loaded Florida Everglades. See alligators, turtles and all manner of birds in their natural habitat.
Go from South Beach to the Everglades National Park on this 5-hour guided tour. Hop on an airboat and zip around a 1.5-million-acre subtropical ecosystem. Afterwards, back in Miami Beach, you’ll board a cruise to see all the islands that form our famous Millionaire’s Row.
Day Trips to Spectacular Wilderness
Alligators are some of the most popular residents of the Everglades, with nature-lovers flocking from all over the world to see these impressive animals in their natural habitat.
Everglades National Park is the only place in the world where alligators and crocodiles coexist. Here the waters of the Florida Bay and the Gulf of Mexico meet, bringing together these animals that typically live in different ecosystems. You can’t miss the opportunity to meet them on an Everglades alligator tour!
See Alligators Up Close!
The number one species visitors want to see in the Everglades is the rare American alligator, which lives along the southeastern United States. These freshwater dwellers can reach up to 15 feet in length for males and 10 feet for females! Alligators are considered a keynote species in the national park. Their nests aid in the creation of peat, and they even serve as spots for various species of turtles to incubate their eggs. Alligator holes offer refuge for other wildlife during the dry season.
When visiting Everglades National Park, you can’t miss the opportunity to see alligators up close. With an experienced guide, you can see them safely while learning about this fascinating animal. There are approximately 200,000 alligators in the Everglades, but you’re likely to encounter these solitary creatures hanging out on their own. Enjoy an airboat ride and take in the beautiful scenery as you search for your first alligator sighting!
Come meet the most popular animal in Everglades National Park! Check out our alligator tours and book your wildlife experience online today.