An Unforgettable Trip alongside Your Loved Ones Is All You Need
An airboat is a flat-bottomed vessel propelled by an aircraft-type propeller and powered by either automotive engine or an aircraft. Itis commonly used forbow fishing, fishing, ecotourism and hunting.
These airboats are a very popular means of transportation in marshy and shallow areas, where a standard outboard or inboard engine with a submerged propeller would be impractical, for example, in the Florida Everglades andparts of the Indian River Lagoon.
Everglades is a natural area of tropical wetlands in the south of the US state of Florida, which includes the southern half of a large drainage basin and a part of the Neotropicalecozone. The system begins near Orlando with the Kissimmee River, which discharges into the vast but shallow Okeechobee Lake. The water leaves the lake in the wet season forming a slow flowing river 60 miles (97 km) wide and 100 miles (160 km) long, flowing southward through a limestone shelf to Florida Bay at the southern end of the state. The Everglades experience a wide range of weather patterns, from frequent floods in the wet season to drought in the dry season.
For a truly special trip to the Florida Everglades, go for a private hydrofoil tour at the Sawgrass Recreation Park. You will discover Florida alligators and other endemic animals, and visit exclusive Everglades sites that classic excursions tend to forget.
This private tour by reservation includes a 60-minute excursion aboard a hydrofoil specially designed for small groups. The Sawgrass Leisure Park, the starting point for the tour, is easily accessible in 25 minutes by car from Fort Lauderdale. Of course, if you are interested, you can make a stop for airboat tours fort lauderdale.
Travel the Florida Everglades at speeds of up to 64 km per hour. Your 60-minute hydrofoil tour includes viewing the fauna and flora, and being regaled by the entertaining stories of your experienced captain. You will even hear many stories (real or apocryphal) about the Seminoles, who lived in this wilderness, and about the panthers that shared their habitat.
Then you will leave the park for the fabulous exhibition to meet the animals yourself –panthers, leopards, Florida alligators, turtles, iguanas and other animals from the Everglades, and learn more about the care of these endangered species. And you can even hold a baby alligator if you have the courage!