It’s no secret that we know a thing or two about alligators. To share this knowledge and passion with our visitors, we're hosting Gator Week, May 24 - 29, and offering free Gator Park admission to everyone who brings in a donation of spare change. At the end of Gator Week, we'll also celebrate the inaugural National Alligator Day on Saturday, May 29. In addition to the week of gator-themed festivities, we're celebrating our two adult albino alligators, Snowflake and Blizzard, for producing 18 eggs this month!
While some travelers would prefer a hands-on approach when it comes to planning their vacation, others just can't sacrifice the time. With jam-packed schedules, many travelers rely on the help of experienced travel agents to help plan their vacation. Or, sometimes, they might just want to get a second opinion on what they should do while on vacation. To help make sure you pick the best airboat ride in Orlando for you and your family, here are five questions you should ask your travel agent when planning your vacation.
Eco tours are a popular attraction for the traveling public. Orlando eco tours take adventurers into the untouched and unaltered areas of Florida. This form of tourism is a way to allow tourists to explore, without causing damage to the natural environment or native culture that resides in the region. It’s the type of traveling that the conscience-guided Jiminy Cricket would encourage and advocate. Let your conscience and curiosity be your guide and look into all the available eco tours the next time you’re on vacation.
When visiting Orlando, it’s a given that you’ll probably stop by one of many theme parks that populate the city. However, with natural attractions like air boat tours, Florida has much more to offer than your typical theme park attractions. So why do so many visitors opt for natural attractions like Wild Florida?