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What to do for Halloween in Everglades City, Florida

Halloween is a time full of candy, costumes, and trick-or-treating. But why not you change it up this year? It is time to trick-or-treat yo’self and experience Everglades City in a whole new spooky light with these quick Halloween adventures in Everglades National Park, Florida. (Also, be prepared – you can’t skele-run from our skele-puns. See how many you can spot.)

10,000 Island Cruise Boat Tour

We know ghouls just want to have fun, so that is why we suggest our Ten Thousand Island Boat Tour! Our 10,000 Islands tour departs daily from the Gulf Coast Visitor Center in beautiful Everglades City, Florida. 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.

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Upon arrival to the Gulf of Mexico, guests enjoy views of Indian Key, the Stop Keys, Picnic Key, and Marco Island. We promise this boat tour won’t make you feel like lazybones with all the adventure you will experience.

Wildlife varies day to day, but we are always on the lookout for manatees, osprey, sea turtles, shorebirds, and playful dolphins. Make sure to take a selfie (from a safe distance, of course) to show off to all your ghoul friends when you return.

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Everglades boat tours run at 10 am, 12 pm, 2 pm, and 4 pm. If possible, instead of doing this as a last-minute Halloween idea, we suggest making your reservation online. Plus, you don’t need an account at the blood bank because the Everglades National Park boat tours are affordable and can make you mummy of the year!

Every trip is unique, and we fangs you for the memories you will make during the Florida boat tour.

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Boo-ya!

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