Journey Through The Everglades With A Fort Lauderdale Eco-Tour
Everglades National Park is located in the southern part of Florida and is 1.5-million-acres of greatly diverse plant and animal life. The reserve is the third largest National Park in the United States. It is also the most extensive subtropical wilderness in the nation.
Known as the River of Grass (popularized by author Marjory Stoneman Douglas in 1947), these vast wetlands are critical to the ecological diversity of the state, the country, and even the world. In addition to being established as a National Park in 1934, the Everglades has been designated as a World Heritage Site, an International Biosphere Reserve, and a Wetland of International Importance by the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO).
Experience and Knowledge
The best way to see the remarkable environmental variations between the species of flora and fauna is on an eco-tour. Knowledgeable, experienced captains provide you with a personalized encounter with the River of Grass. Above all, our captains spend days upon days sailing the wetlands. Therefore they know the best places in the Everglades for sightseeing wildlife.
The Fort Lauderdale Airboat Rides eco-tour tailors to match what you’re looking for in an excursion into the Everglades. Discover one of America’s largest National Parks. Learn first hand about ecological diversity and climate change. Go on a once-in-lifetime photo safari. The captains will do their best to answer all of your questions and to get you the best photo opportunities.
Please keep in mind that you will be traveling in the wild on a true expedition. However, the eco-tour captains of Fort Lauderdale Airboat Rides are familiar with the local habitat and you’ll have the best chance to get that perfect shot.