- $13 for an Airboat Tour and Alligator Presentation (Up to $25 Value)
Passengers enjoy invigorating tours inside a powerful airboat with a covered passenger compartment for all-weather observation. Guides lead groups into remote sections of the Everglades known to be frequented by gators. After returning from their one-hour wetlands tour, guests enjoy some reptilian facetime at a 20-minute gator show that brings them eye-to-jaw with the impressive mandibles of live alligators.
Everglades Holiday Park
Everglades Holiday Park unveils the natural splendor of one of Earth's last undisturbed territories with invigorating airboat tours and interactive alligator presentations. Visitors to the untamed river of grass explore its wetlands and observe its animal residents, and tour guides keep encroaching gators at bay with pointed comments of historic and ecological significance. The powerful airboat fleet features a covered passenger vessel for all-weather observation and an innovative zephyr-harnessing propulsion system that allows boats to swiftly skim across the Everglades' grassy rivers while sneaking up on unsuspecting patches of spanish moss. The park is also home to Animal Planet's Gator Boys; most of the reality show's episodes are filmed here.
The park complements boat tours with 20-minute gator presentations that star a cast of live alligators and shed some light on nature's last remaining dinosaurs. The boat captains are always available for private charters, which can be stocked with food, beverages, and ice at the park's 24-hour general store before heading out for fishing expeditions or leisurely cruises through the glades.
What some people are buzzing about:
94% of 4,589 customers recommend
“Had a great time :)”
“Thank you for a great Holiday with my whole family ;-)”
“Ask for Captain Kirk (seriously that's his name) -- he was a wonderful guide, knew his facts and threw in a little education -- like, did you know that the inside of...”
“Ask for Captain Kirk (seriously that's his name) -- he was a wonderful guide, knew his facts and threw in a little education -- like, did you know that the inside of a cattail frond can be used as gauze -- :-) ”