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60-Minute Everglades Airboat Tour and Gator Boys Alligator Rescue Show

Highlights
  • 60-minute airboat tour is among one of the longest in the Everglades
  • A guide points out alligators in their natural habitat
  • Airboat tour combines nature and thrills for the adventure-seeking traveler 
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60-Minute Everglades Airboat Tour and Gator Boys Alligator Rescue Show
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60-Minute Everglades Airboat Tour and Gator Boys Alligator Rescue Show
From US$32.99
Overview
Really exploring the Everglades means leaving the roads behind, and a maneuverable, fast-moving airboat is ideally suited for taking on Florida's marshy landscape. This airboat tour and alligator show takes you deep into alligator country safely, with a local captain to help spot native plants and wildlife as you go. Plus, this short tour has an easy-to-find meeting spot, making it especially convenient for travelers crunched for time.
What to Expect
Make your way to Fort Lauderdale’s Everglades Holiday Park. Kick off this Everglades experience with a professional group photo, a souvenir that’s included in your tour price.

Board a state-of-the-art airboat, and then hold on tight as the captain steers you across the River of Grass and into the Everglades. This guided tour is all about spotting alligators, and there are a lot to see in the Everglades, along with wild plants, other animals, and a fascinating ecosystem.

After time on the water, return to the Gator Pit to see the Gator Boys Rescue Team, the stars of a hit Animal Planet television series. See exciting stunts, but also learn about the American alligator and the importance of preserving one of the country’s largest wild tropical areas.

Following your airboat tour and alligator show, enjoy free time exploring the Holiday Park’s cafe, general store, and gift shop.
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Reviewed yesterday
Great tour, tons of fun, lots of alligators and covered boats!!!!!!

I cannot express how important the covered boats are. While we were touring it rained while the sun was out and still 90 degrees with, like, 200% humidity. The covered boat (which I did not see at any of the other airboat tour locations) was...More

1  Thank Ethan J
Reviewed yesterday
Captain Kris was a great guide!

This is something you can do with the whole family! It feels adventurous, but it really is something most people can do, so it's good if you have both young and older folks in the group. Captain Kris was an amazing guide with a well...More

1  Thank Jo K
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile
Well Worth the Visit

Captain Cody was a great captain! I learned so much from the ride. He was a lot of fun as well and very good at spotting the alligators. We got to see a lot more than just alligators but birds and fish too. Definitely recommend!!

1  Thank MaggyMarie
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile
Fun ride!

We had a party of 5 and we all really enjoyed ourselves! There were also people with young children and they seemed to enjoy themselves too. It was a very fun and informative ride. There were slow and fast parts of the ride. We had...More

1  Thank taylorsatte
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile
Great activity for groups

Took a group of 14 adults and teenagers hoping for a fun and educational experience. Success on both counts. Boarding process was efficient and quick. Captain Charlie greeted us with a nice combination of humor and information about the Everglades. Saw 3 gators up close,...More

1  Thank James M
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mrbcash38
23 June 2018|
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Response from eevans1198 | Reviewed this property |
Yes, the airboat rides are pretty much continuous with more than one boat out, at a time. You can wander around first, and when you're ready, go to the entry for the airboats. It's not a huge place, so it's not like you'd... More
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Julie C
6 May 2018|
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Response from hate2stayhome | Reviewed this property |
There were young children on our boat but I would have a death grip on them during the 2 short accelerations. The boat is going straight during both.
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b0nnie79
18 April 2018|
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Response from Annilopes | Reviewed this property |
Unfortunately they do not. We rented a car since we were in FLL 5 days prior to our sail date.
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