Each day, we receive tons of questions about the animals in our Gator Park and what alligator tastes like. But a majority of the questions we're asked are about our airboat rides... How many people can fit on an airboat? When is the best time to book an airboat tour? How much notice do you have to give when booking your airboat ride? While we don't mind answering these questions individually, we thought it would be helpful to answer these questions here for those of you researching Orlando airboat rides...
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.
It doesn't matter whether you're an Android or Apple user, it's safe to say that we all love to use emojis. Consider them the cherry on top of your status update sundae. So whether you're posting a photo to Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter, throw a filter on your photo and add any – or all – of these emojis when you visit Wild Florida! (Be sure to use our official hashtags, too: #WildFlorida and #iloveWF!)
From Facebook to Snapchat, emojis have taken over how we talk to people, and we're all just trying to keep up with trends in technology. A while back, we went over 10 emojis that you'd be able to use during your visit to Wild Florida. While all those emojis are still good to use during your visit, Android and Apple have added more emojis to their keyboards since then. In case you missed the memo, on this blog, we'll go over eight more emojis you can use during airboat rides in Orlando, while taking your first ever #slothie, or whatever your adventure is at our place. 🦊 1. Red fox