The Everglades are located 80 miles from Miami. It is the prairie that has been inundated most of the year. The most famous animal is the alligator, in addition to many wonderful animals such as bottlenose dolphins, manatees, and snow herons. Heron, American snake, white-headed sea eagle and osprey. There are two seasons in the Everglades: the summer rainy season (hot and humid mosquitoes) and the winter dry season (December - April of the following year, which is also the best season)
How to explore: Windboat exploration (noisy and often vibrating) , walking, cycling, canoeing or kayaking.
Flamingo: Self-guided tours, guided tours, hiking, biking, canoeing and boat trips
Shark Valley offers: tram tours, self and hiking
Gulf Coast offers: boat trips or canoes Rental service
tickets: car 25, motorcycle 20, pedestrian/bicycle 8, 7 days expiration date
Tips: 1. Don't feed alligators, this is illegal and will cause them to attack you Because there are 4 poisonous snakes here, you need to wear stockings and lace-up boots
2. The most essential trail is the royal palm trail. This trail is essentially a plant after a major hurricane. It is recommended to take 30 minutes.
Rented a well fitted and comfortable House Boat from Flamingo Adventures Marina for three nights. Anchored out in the Everglades under a full moon to the quiet of nature. Fabulous! House boats were perfect for this; well appointed and easy to maneuver around the back areas of the Everglades. Flamingo Adventures Marina staff very easy to work with and helpful. #wintergetaway
Everglades National Park is situated on the southern tip of Florida, and is a famous subtropical wetland park. At the same time, it is also the third largest national park in the United States. Within the park habitat, there over one hundred species of animals, such as grey heron, little egret, and Florida black panther. There are also hundreds of species of plants, such as Mahogany, Oak, and Bursera. The park attracts tens of thousands of visitors.