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.
Now that Thanksgiving has passed, we enter the thick of the holiday season. It's a time for breaking out the holiday lights, baking cookies for Santa, and making sure you get gifts for everyone on your gift list. However, despite all the images and videos your friends might share of new products, you might have some reservations on whether that's the gift you really want to give. Well, actually, research shows that the best thing you can gift this holiday season might not be a gift at all. (A material one, at least.) In this blog, we'll talk about what research says about experience gifts and why you should give the gift of a Florida experience...
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.
With Florida being home to more than 350 species of wildlife, it's doubtful that you'll be able to see all of them on just one airboat ride. However, while touring on Lake Cypress, you can do your best to spot several of the 80 different species of wildlife that live in or around our place. Here's a sampling of species (21, to be exact) that you can see on Everglades airboat tours.