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What You'll Get
The airboat was discovered accidentally when a time-strapped gondolier was forced to blow-dry his hair during his morning commute. Enjoy a windswept hairstyle with today’s Groupon: for $27, you get an Everglades airboat ride and wildlife show from Half Price Tour Tickets (a $55 value).
Half Price Tour Tickets unites explorers with an array of travel experiences including city tours, dolphin encounters, and Everglades adventures. Following a scenic 30-minute drive from Miami to Everglades National Park, up to six passengers accompany professional fan captains on a 30-minute airboat ride through several miles of subtropic wetlands. Because of the boat's smaller size, visitors can navigate narrow and elusive areas to observe exotic and endangered animals including bald eagles, wild pigs, 14-foot-long alligators, and 1970s game-show hosts. After returning to dry land, guests attend a 60-minute live wildlife show, absorbing interesting facts on alligators and other species in the national park and viewing resident macaws, turtles, peacocks, and native snakes. A shuttle transports guests to and from the park, with interesting narration from the guides and accompanying puppet shows from the driver.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Dec 19, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 6 per person. Limit 1 per visit. Subject to weather. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Half Price Tour Tickets
Half Price Tour Tickets’ knowledgeable guides orchestrate more than 30 diverse tours of Miami, the Everglades, Key West, and the ocean beyond. Most expeditions cater to adrenaline-fueled crowds with extreme pursuits, such as scuba diving, skydiving, and parasailing. The fleet of air-, water-, and landcraft grants access to remote locales, including the marshy Everglades and deep-sea-fishing hot spots, where fishing hooks play tug of war with sharks and submarine captains.