The Everglades Safari Park is also part of the Everglades. It’s very beautiful and beautiful. The various landscapes can be said to be very exciting for people’s senses.
The Everglades National Park is located at a sharp corner in southern Florida. A 6-inch deep, 50-mile-wide freshwater river flows slowly across the vast plains, creating this unique environment of the Everglades. The vast marshes, magnificent pine forests and dotted mangroves provide shelter for countless wild animals. This is the largest subtropical wildlife sanctuary in the continental United States. Considering that the Everglades National Park covers a large area (2343 square miles), the park has multiple entrances and a visitor center. If you want the most convenient and intuitive way to visit the Everglades National Park, you can visit the Everglades Hunting park is the easiest option.
I don’t know who I’ve heard. If you haven’t seen the swamp, you have never been to Miami. So this time I decided to see the swamp. The Everglades Safari Park is pretty good, although it's a little bit away from downtown Miami that requires driving. There are also several similar parks nearby, which may be operated by different companies. While waiting in line to board the "grass flying" ship, I saw alligators/alligators (hereinafter collectively referred to as alligators). Crocodile and Aligator are often translated as crocodile, but there are still differences. We first sat on the grass and flew, the marshland was beautiful along the way, and the captain drifted all kinds of things, which was actually quite exciting. I saw several wild crocodiles along the way. After sitting on the grass for about 45 minutes, I returned to the dock. I turned around in a small museum, and there was a very cute gator inside. Then I went to watch the crocodile show. In fact, there is no very thrilling performance. It is a short feeding by the staff. However, the staff is standing next to several crocodiles with open blood basins. They really worry about his safety. After the performance, you can take a photo with the little gator baby. The request is a donation of 3 dollars, but it is actually a fee. Those who are bold can try it. If you want to see the marshland and fly on the grass, it is highly recommended.
Visit the Florida Everglades' premier and most complete airboat attraction. Everglades Safari Park has a modern fleet of airboats of all sizes, capable of accommodating singles, couples, families, and large groups.Explore nature's River of Grass on an Eco-Adventure tour or on a small private airboat. Our experienced tour guides will describe you the wonders of this unique ecosystem and the native and exotic wildlife that inhabit it. All tours will include our world famous airboat rides, alligator wildlife show, and a walking trail filled with crocodilian exhibits.
We were here on a cruise excursion, and while I have to say that it was a chilly morning, and we didn't really see any alligators in the wild during the air boat ride because it was too cold for them, there were also an enclosure area with captive alligators, one of which wanted to try to get very close to me. You could hold a baby alligator if you wanted.
Shark Valley is a must seen place, take the bike and not the train.