Everglades Tours Fort Lauderdale
Everglades tours Fort Lauderdale can be a fun and exciting trip for the entire family. Whether you are young or old there are many options. The first thing I would like to clear up is the fact that the everglades run from south of Lake Okeechobee to Florida Bay. And east to west from Fort Lauderdale to Fort Myers. Most visitors think that the Everglades is only in Miami. However, this is not true at all. You Can take an Everglades tour from Fort Lauderdale, West Palm Beach, or Miami, the Florida Everglades is the size of the state of Rhode Island. I think the confusing part for visitors to the Everglades is the headquarters for Everglades National Park is in Miami. Ironically there are no airboat tours allowed inside the park boundaries at all.
Fort Lauderdale Everglades Tours
Everglades tours can be on water or land, Shark Valley Tram Tours can also be a fun way to see the Everglades. There are also plenty of walking and biking trails that can be navigated by land. However, You will not be able to see the everglades on just one trip. We recommend that you try different tours depending on what time of year it is. Normally the best season in the Everglades is Fall, Winter, and Spring because it is cooler. The heat in the summertime and high water levels make it difficult to see an abundance of wildlife besides that it is a fun boat tour. The Everglades are very warm in the summertime, to say the least. The alligators tend to stay underwater more to keep cool from the heat of the summer.
Plan your airboat ride in the Everglades early Because we stay booked up, you may book an everglades airboat ride in advance months before you arrive. You will want to book an airboat tour very early in the morning in the summer. In the fall and winter anytime is normally fine depending on weather conditions in south Florida. Contact us today to book your tour.