For the past seven years, our mission at Wild Florida has been to provide an unforgettable Florida wildlife experience that promotes a connection with animals in the Everglades while inspiring education and conservation. Starting with airboat rides in Florida, we quickly expanded our Gator Park and brought guests even closer with some of our animals by providing interactive animal encounters. Despite the efforts of the best planners, there's bound to be a few things you weren't able to do when you visited us for the first time. We're exploring five things you might've missed during your first.
Florida is the hot spot for tourists to have quality family fun and make lasting memories. With pristine beaches across the state and world-class attractions, visitors spend weeks leading up to their vacations planning all the things to do in Orlando and deciding what works best for their family. While most families visit Florida for the theme parks, on the blog, we go over a few reasons why your vacation to Florida should include Everglades airboat tours.
When people typically think of Florida, they often picture sunny beaches or children getting their pictures taken with princesses. But, Florida's night life is something visitors (and locals) are missing out on! And no, we're not talking about the nightlife you find downtown. If you thought the Florida Everglades were wild during the day, you'd be surprised by what you see at night during Orlando airboat tours. Don't believe us? Check out these five wild animals you could spot during Everglades airboat tours at night.
Last year, we introduced you to some new and (for some) familiar species of wildlife that can be seen during Everglades airboat tours. However, with more than 350 species of wildlife calling the Sunshine State home, it's safe to say we didn't get to cover them all. On this blog, we'll introduce you to 21 more species of wildlife you'll be able to see on airboat rides in Florida.