The Everglades National Park is one of the largest national parks in the United States. Driving from downtown Miami, it recently entered the scenic spot from the West in less than an hour. The scenery is not so spectacular, but it's expensive in nature, with few artificial impressions.
Swamp Park is a bit fantastic. The reality version of Discovery Documentary Tour. On an airboat that can fly on grass, you can see all kinds of birds and crocodiles at close range. ) I also saw an American lizard. The guide said that the discovery crocodile documentary was filmed here.
Miami Marsh National Park's first close-up look at wild crocodiles or addictive alligators is very cute! Sunshine, mosquito poison. Crocodiles have not imagined much, no birds. In short, maybe at sunrise or sunset, the light is gorgeous, and it's just right here.
The Everglades Wetland Park is one of Florida's main tourist destinations. The park is very large and has three routes. Most people enter the main route. There are many crocodiles, waterfowls and, it is said, large animals. It takes about a day or two to stop at each stop and walk to the sightseeing area. Tickets are charged by car for $25, valid for 7 days.
The animals and plants in the Everglades National Park are very rich and dense. There are two main places to enter the park. The scenery in the two places is different, so it is recommended that at least three days be scheduled. Cycling, close contact with crocodiles and walking along forest paths are all wonderful feelings. See my blog for details: http://blog.sina.com.cn/s/blog_7d29a7910101i6y3.html
It's so beautiful. There's a feeling of coming to Africa. All kinds of animals and plants don't touch dugongs by boat, but when they meet dolphins, crocodiles are close at hand. But in summer, we should be careful of black mosquitoes, which are huge and incomparable. We suggest not to wear black clothes, otherwise it would be very difficult to find them.