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We are avid National Park visitors and the Everglades was a big one on our bucket list - it did not disappoint! It's huge, so we didn't see it all but we had three great experiences: the Anhinga trail, not far from the Ernest Coe...More
We stayed 4 nights at Lone Pine Key Campground reserved through Flamingo reservation center. Experienced the Anhinga trail night walk. Saw lots of wildlife. Alligators galore including baby gators. Anhinga in breeding plumage and babies. Great White Herons and Purple Gallinules and many other birds...More
The east side entry point has one of the best wild life viewing areas along the Anhinga Trail. You have the opportunity to see the most diverse wildlife in the park up close. Be aware of Alligators crossing the path and do not approach too...More
If you have any interest in wildlife, particularly reptiles, you must visit the Everglades. There are alligators and crocodiles, and tons of different species of snakes. You are not allowed to handle the wildlife. Boat tours are also available.
We had a short, too short really airboat trip. It was an amazing experience, our driver was knowledgeable and humorous. He slowed down whenever we saw an alligator of which there were many and pointed themout for us. Also told us about the many birds...More
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I would suggest you wear light-colored and fast-drying clothes. Clothes made out of synthetic materials dry a lot faster than cotton clothes. My family and I also did a tour with Garl’s Coastal Kayaking (agree with... More
I would suggest you wear light-colored and fast-drying clothes. Clothes made out of synthetic materials dry a lot faster than cotton clothes. My family and I also did a tour with Garl’s Coastal Kayaking (agree with stowtraveller, Garl’s Coastal Kayaking is awesome!). Even if you don't do slough slog, fast-drying clothes would still make you feel more comfortable when you sweat.