Choose from Four Options
$31 for a 1.5-hour group Wild Everglades hiking tour for two ($60 value)
$58 for a 1.5-hour group Wild Everglades hiking tour for four ($120 value)
- Small groups are limited to 10 people.
- Valid Tuesday–Wednesday at 7:30 a.m.
$121 for a 2-hour private Wild Everglades hiking tour for up to four ($235 value)
- Private tours are limited to your party. Additional participants beyond four people cost an extra $30 (limit is 10 people).
- Valid Thursday–Monday at 7:30 a.m.
A true Gladesman—who has over 35 years of experience exploring the Everglades—leads groups through the trails and among native vegetation like cypress trees, spanish moss, wildflowers, and grasses. Also a tracker, he can identify animal tracks and find wildlife for tour-goers to marvel at. Participants should wear long-sleeved shirts, pants, and closed-toe shoes.
$209 for a 2-hour private Wild Everglades luxury airboat tour for up to three ($400 value)
- Private tours are limited to your party.
- The wheelchair-accessible luxury airboat has padded seats, cup holders, and provided bottled water.
- $40 per additional person up to a max of five
A US Coast Guard–licensed captain makes passengers feel like they’re flying through the Everglades grasses in an airboat during a tour that can be customized to their interests. The airboat remains the best way to tour the area without severely damaging its ecosystem. Captains provide detailed narration about the environment and its history, including the daily life of the Native Americans who lived there.
Everglades Nature Tours
As a passenger on Everglades Nature Tours' airboat, you could very well find yourself within reach of a prowling wild cat or a cold, majestic Florida gator—just be sure to keep your hands inside the boat. Led by expert guides and US Coast Guard–certified, 100-ton-rated captains who grew up in South Florida, the company's excursions plunge right into the untamed wilderness of the Florida Everglades and pine forests. Each narrated outing focuses on the natural history of this rich and diverse ecosystem as it illuminates visitors about the area's flora, fauna, and American Indian cultures.
Groups can traverse wooded trails or a 3-mile swath of shallow, grassy water by walking or riding in a propeller-powered airboat or a vintage swamp buggy, pausing only to drink in the scenery or obey the rules of a four-way stop. Each method has its own benefits, but they all allow for custom tours that aren't restricted by a hard and fast time limit. Whatever the tour, ENT's staff is well-versed in the area, as well as first aid and mechanical repairs, so all participants are in safe hands.