Sub-Tropical Wetlands in Florida0
The Everglades are a region of sub-tropical wetlands in the southern portion of Florida. Beginning at Lake Okeechobee, near Walt Disney World, the Everglades become more prominent about three to four hours south of Downtown Orlando. Here, the environment is ever-changing and mostly untouched. Swamps and mangroves are inhabited by various types of snakes and alligators, and birds of all species make this sub-tropical wilderness their home.
Many people visit the Everglades annually, staying in Everglades City. This small town offers multiple sightseeing tours, including boat, airplane, van, airboat, bicycle and even walking tours. Airboat tours are a great and iconic way to witness the Everglades and all its inhabitants. Travelling at speeds of 50 mph, these tours allow you to cover a vast area – encountering different animals and distinct plant life along the way. Fishing is also allowed in many parts of the Everglades. Visitors wanting to further explore the area should head to Everglades National Park. This World Heritage Site provides an important habitat for rare and endangered species like the manatee, the American crocodile, and the elusive Florida panther. Prices for tours and lodging vary widely, and visitors should dedicate a minimum of two to three days to visiting the Florida Everglades in order to fully experience this unique destination.
- Gatorland Admission
- Sleuths Mystery Dinner Show
- Eat and Play Card – 1 Card for 4 Travelers
- Crayola Experience Admission
- Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition
- Boggy Creek Airboat Ride
- Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament
- Blue Man Group
- Walt Disney World® Resort Magic Your Way Ticket
- Universal Orlando™ Theme Park Tickets
- Location: Everglades City, Florida.
- Price Range: Price varies by tour.
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