Everglades National Park

Crocs, gators, sea turtles, eagles, and peacocks are just some of the creatures you might be able to spot on a family safari through the Everglades. And that’s not even mentioning the adrenaline-pumping airboat tours of the sawgrass swamps. Oh yea, and Orlando is just up the road with Disney World for when nature is done and dusted!

Everglades National Park is a wetland preserve located in southern Florida. Home to rare and endangered species such as the American Crocodile and the manatee, Everglades provides scenic grassy rivers and elevated trails to explore.

Everglades National Park is an expansive wetland preserve in Florida. From olive-green alligators bobbing through swampy waters to vast green nature decorating the area, there are a variety of colorful hues to experience throughout the park.

nature and wildlife at its finest!

Camping, hiking, birding

Mangroves and marshes kind of sounds like a cool band name, but we’ll leave ‘em to Florida’s Everglades National Park until further notice. This subtropical splendor looks like it could be a part of the Amazon, with lush vegetation sprawling across plentiful waterways. Alligators and crocodiles coexist in these massive wetlands, along with tons of other species both above and below water. It’s as Florida as can be.

The Everglades National Park is to Florida what Yosemite is to California. A real chart-topper, it spreads its great grass rivers and hardwood hammocks through a whopping 1.5 million acres at the southern end of the Sunshine State. Airboats are the main MO of visiting. They’ll whiz you on high-octane tours through prairies and waterlogged swamps. Keep your eyes peeled for snapping alligators, marsh rabbits and monitor lizards as you go!

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