Romantic Things to Do in Everglades National Park

Top Couples' Activities & Romantic Things to Do in Everglades National Park, FL

Best Romantic Things to Do in Everglades National Park for Couples

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  • Miles Archer
    Boca Raton, FL7 263 contributions
    Lots to see here. Alligators, of course, in the water and sunning themsrlves on the banks. A variety of birds too, including water birds looking for prey. And an occasional mammal. Turtles too. There's bike trail and areas where you can walk around. The highlight for my wife and myself is the tram guided tour. Don't miss this. Check out the gift store.
    Written 26 June 2022
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  • Miles Archer
    Boca Raton, FL7 263 contributions
    My wife and I like to hike. We came here shortly after opening on a partly cloudy day, long before the rising sun reached its zenith. We wore wide-brim hats, carried water bottles, smeared on suntan lotion, and set off at a leisurely pace. Of course we saw alligators. And birds, including water birds like anhigas drying their spread wings, and predatory birds like ospreys and hawks. The boardwalk trail is easy to walk. By the time the clouds broke up and the temperature headed for 90 degrees We were done, back in the AC of our car. By then there were other hikes and sightseers here.
    Written 26 June 2022
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  • Adam F
    Newhaven, UK11 contributions
    Been here many times over the last 20 years. Always the best place for seeing alligators and other wildlife, especially at dusk. Lately, the waterways have got choked with vegetation, which impedes the alligators, and you're less likely to see them hunting. And watch out for the turkey vultures in the car park. They are especially partial to convertible roofs. Plastic sheets are helpfully provided.
    Written 26 April 2022
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  • JoDoShep
    Naples, FL191 contributions
    We visited a few years ago after Hurricane Irma and found much damage along the road. Now there are many standing dead trees. We read that 65% of the mangroves were severely damaged so recovery will be slow. Many of the birds we used to see here have apparently moved farther north in the Everglades away from the damage. The Marina is still a place you might see manatees close-up, as well as both alligators and crocodiles. In warm moist weather, bring long sleeves and long pants as the mosquitos can be a challenge especially at dawn and dusk.
    Written 12 December 2021
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  • roamingsouls
    Virginia41 contributions
    Rented a canoe from Flamingo and did a nice long paddle. In general, the trail was easy to follow but in a couple of places either poles are missing or poorly placed, so we had to do a bit of backtracking on occasion. Lovely sense of peace and calm out on the water, though.
    Written 22 February 2022
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  • Gina A
    Dallas, TX410 contributions
    A short trail to see the terrain. We heard birds and other wildlife but didn't see any. The road to the Trail is also very nice to see the terrain and we also spotted a barred owl.
    Written 9 April 2021
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  • Lovtorun
    Midwest577 contributions
    We did a quick hike on this trail as we wanted to get to the Flamingo area. Lots of trees including a very large mahogany, birds, a nice boardwalk trail. We would have enjoyed a little more signage identifying things. along the way.
    Nice shaded parking area, easy in and out from main road. Worth a stop. We really enjoyed looking up to see bromeliads and air plants living high in the trees.
    Written 27 February 2020
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  • bolkin
    New York City, NY192 contributions
    We walked along the Gumbo Limbo trail before going on the Anhinga ranger walk. The trail is in the shade, and very very short
    Written 13 April 2022
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  • The Hiking Harpist
    Boston, MA54 contributions
    Long Pines do not throw a lot of shade, so this was a hot walk. That being said, it's near the beautiful Long Pine Campground and is a great way to see plant life that differs from the lower, swampier elevations. The trail is long, but you can go as far as you'd like and then turn around. Even though it was January, I saw some flowers in bloom as well as some butterflies. The view up through the pine trees made for some incredible photos.
    Written 25 February 2020
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  • mdgipsy
    Baltimore, MD973 contributions
    This is an easy little elevated hike through the vegetation. The walkway is blocked off mid loop as it looks like a storm took out most of it. Lots of spiders and their webs, some birds.
    Written 31 December 2020
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  • Jill Y
    3 contributions
    I've always wanted to paddles in the Everglades and Dave K. made it possible. The opportunity to see untouched Florida by kayak is an unparalleled experience. We paddled through big water, mangrove caves and even the Gulf of Mexico. Dave made the trip a breeze (excellent cooked meals and lots of hot coffee!!). While primitive camping may not be for everyone, it's the only way to do this trip right. Don't overpack: really, you CAN fit everything in a 5 liter drybag. I would recommend doing some core work before hand and investing in good paddling gloves, camp pants and both spray on and insect repellent wipes. The bugs were pretty aggressive, the gators, not so much. I enjoyed both the solitude and the easy camaraderie with the other guests.

    In short, this is a trip very much worth doing. But listen to Dave's instructions and do some Googling so you know exactly where you are going and boned up a bit on the flora,fauna and local history. It will enhance your experience.
    Written 26 February 2022
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  • DMChin
    2 contributions
    My 14 yo son and I decided that dad needed to go bass fishing. I spent an enormous amount of time online trying to find the right business that I could trust. When I came across Captain Dave, read the reviews, called the office, I knew I found a winner. The gentleman that took my call was patient with my dozens of questions and full of great info. When I connected with Captain Dave he too was patient, very helpful and quite professional. He and I exchanged a few emails to establish all the details. As this was a Father's Day present Captain Dave even made a gift certificate for me! And now the fishing trip -my husband and son had a GREAT time. They spent four hours on the water, saw lots of wildlife and caught many fish. They had a great time with Captain Dave; they loved his sense of humor and expert knowledge. When they came home they were talking about booking another trip with Dave!
    Written 24 June 2019
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