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EXPERIENCE THE MAGNIFICENCE OF FLORIDA'S SUBTROPICAL WILDERNESS

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EXPERIENCE THE MAGNIFICENCE OF FLORIDA'S SUBTROPICAL WILDERNESS

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EXPERIENCE THE MAGNIFICENCE OF FLORIDA'S SUBTROPICAL WILDERNESS

AN INTERNATIONAL BIOSPHERE RESERVE

Everglades National Park has been declared a UNESCO world heritage site and a Wetland of International Importance. We offer tours so visitors can see a variety of birds, manatees, dolphins and other wildlife native to Florida. Whether you go on your own in one of our canoes or kayaks or join our guides as we show the beautiful and mysterious Everglades nature will reward you with its treasures.

Boat Tour Tickets can be purchased online or at the Visitor Center within the Park.

Ten Thousand Islands Cruise


Our 10,000 Islands tour departs daily from the Gulf Coast Visitor Center in beautiful Everglades City, FL. This 90-minute excursion ventures across Chokoloskee Bay, into Indian Key Pass, and through the mangrove islands of Everglades National Park. A naturalist will highlight the rich history and unique wildlife of the area. Upon arrival to the Gulf of Mexico, guests may enjoy views of Indian Key, the Stop Keys, Picnic Key, and Marco Island. Every trip is unique, and while wildlife varies day to day, we are always on the lookout for manatees, osprey, sea turtles, shore birds, and playful dolphins.


Boat Tour runs at 10 am, 12 pm, 2 pm, and 4 pm.

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About Us


Located half an hour from Naples and Marco Island; two hours from Miami, Ft. Lauderdale, Ft. Myers, and West Palm Beach. Everglades City is an excellent destination for a day trip or a week-long stay.

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Location


815 Oyster Bar Lane, S.R. 29,
Everglades City, FL 34139

1 hour from Naples, FL
1.5 hours from Southwest Florida International Airport (RSW)


Note: Everglades National Park collects a separate entrance fee.

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