Airboats, alligators, tigers, swamps - we must be at Wooten's Everglades Airboat Tours!
The Everglades are an incredible part of the USA, and is a must if you are visiting Florida. The wildlife is amazing, and the landscapes are unforgettable and so unique. What better way to explore them then to really get to the heart of it all!
Wooten's Everglades Airboat Tours offer a number of tours for you to choose from, so you can really choose what's best for your family.
The best part? If you enjoy the tours you get FREE admission to the animal sanctuary - how cool is that!
But first - the tours. Let's start with the Everglades Grassland Airboat Tour, where you get to glide across 259 private acres of this natural wonder.
Don't worry - you will be with a captain who knows how to make it the best experience possible! Kids can learn all about the animals and plants in the area, and even local history. Keep an eye out for those wild alligators, and birds, and any other animals that might be around you!
Feeling like you want to stick to the land? The Swamp Buggy is for you then! This is a great opportunity to experience other ecosystems in the Everglades, and the swamp buggy can do just that!
You get a really great vantage point to see animals and plants that the airboat can't reach. Kids can spot deer, or even bears and see a bit of history with a Native American campsite and burial ground.
If you're lucky a manatee might just head your way too!
Now you come to the Everglades to see alligators don't you? That's where the animal sanctuary comes in!
Along with alligators you can come face to face with a lion, tiger, turtles, snakes, and even panthers. Did we mention there are over 100 alligators? Yep - certainly a SNAP happy family day out!
So kids - are you ready to explore the Everglades in style with Wooten's Everglades Airboat Tours?
We think you are - and so are we, so let's GLIDE!
airboat tours from $36.00
Tours from $20.00 (Ages 4-10). Under 3 years $5 + tax.
It's a good idea to take some refreshments with you, and bottled water.
Make sure you take sun protection, as well as your camera!
They offer educational field trips for students K - 12 and can cater the tours for you!
The Alligator Park and Animal Sanctuary are handicap accessible.
Admission to the animal sanctuary is FREE with any of the tours. If you just want to visit the sanctuary there is a small admission fee.