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From toddlers to preteens, here's why kids love Everglades airboat tours

Posted by Sam Haught on Nov 14, 2017 4:26:52 PM

As kids get older and their interests change, it can be hard as a parent to find things to do in Florida. And when you have kids that are different ages, it may seem impossible to find things to do that all your kids will enjoy. Lucky for you, adventure is the great equalizer for keeping kids entertained. On this blog, we’ll go over the different types of adventures your kids will love when you visit Wild Florida.

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Topics: Everglades, Experiences, Airboat Rides

What NOT to wear during Everglades airboat tours

Posted by Sam Haught on Oct 14, 2017 7:49:25 PM

People often think Florida and Hawaii are exempt from the seasons due to their location. And, if you ask any local, they'll probably agree. However, despite what people may think, Florida does eventually go through the seasons (in its own unique way...). But don't let this deter you from going on a Florida airboat tour! On the blog, we go over what the four seasons look like in Florida along with what to wear during Everglades airboat tours.

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Topics: Everglades, Airboat Tours, Airboat Rides

Why every vacation to Florida should include Everglades airboat tours

Posted by Sam Haught on Sep 12, 2017 12:12:01 PM

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

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Topics: Airboat Tours, Eco Tours, Airboat Rides

How we utilized airboats to rescue Hurricane Harvey victims

Posted by Sam Haught on Sep 1, 2017 6:00:34 PM

On Friday, August 25th, 2017 Hurricane Harvey, a Category 4 hurricane at the time, made landfall in Rockport, TX, bringing wind, lightning and record breaking rainfall. Stretching more than 200 miles across, Hurricane Harvey produced more than 50 inches of rain throughout certain areas of Texas, flooding homes and neighborhoods. With people unable to evacuate the state due to medical reasons or not wanting to leave their pets behind, many Texans were left stranded in their flooded homes. With motor boats unable to navigate shallow and tight places, our team at Wild Florida took our airboats out west to help the victims of Hurricane Harvey.

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Topics: Airboat Rides, Hurricanes

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