Ever Gone To The Everglades?

Ever Gone To The Everglades?

-One of the last explored wilderness areas of America is the Florida Everglades. It’s a totally untouched region of wetland and it is stuffed full of wildlife in many forms. Your exploration of the many different states may culminate in the south, but your natural education is only just getting started in the Everglades, which is precisely why it should be on your bucket list.

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It doesn’t matter whether you begin your vacation by packing the kids into the car and heading to Walt Disney World or checking out the resorts of https://66marina.com, you should be adding the Everglades into your list of destinations to be seen. Most people with kids would wonder why they would drag their kids out to tropical wetlands where the possibility of being grabbed by a gator is far higher than just the Mall of America or the delights of Orlando, but when you know of a site so beautiful, you cannot miss it. If you want to see more of Florida than just the beaches and theme parks, you need to pay attention to the five reasons below telling you exactly why the Everglades should feature during your vacation.


Florida is known for its wildlife, and if you want to give your kids an education as unique as the Floridian accent, then your experience meeting the gators is going to be important. Taking an airboat tour of the Everglades is possibly the best way to get up close with the beasts in the natural habitat, so you shouldn’t hesitate to get booking. It’s the only place in the world that crocodiles and alligators can live side by side: a fun fact you can pass to your kids!

Great Outdoors

Hiking, boat tours and bicycle tours are just three of the reasons the great outdoors of the Everglades should be explored. There aren’t many places that you can see in Florida where the wetlands are untouched, and you can even practise snorkelling and diving. Away from the gators, of course!

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More and more parents are looking for ways to pull their kids off their technology and bring them into the world again. In the Everglades, you are pretty isolated: perfect for unplugging from all that technology and getting stuck into nature instead. Relax and get away from it all here, it’s entirely possible to do it!

Manatee, Underwater, Sea, Marine, Water, Ocean, Sea Cow

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You’re not just in the Everglades to get to the gators, not when there is an abundance of birds and animals to be seen. It’s one of the only places in the world that you can see manatees in the natural habitat. It’s a simple treasure trove of wildlife and all the surprises that this brings.

Flora and fauna unique to the everglades

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Trailblazing the Everglades have to be on a family list of must-see places, and if you haven’t thought about it so far then you need to get your research done today! The kids will love the sun, seas and sand while learning about the flora and fauna, and you get the chance to see more of the world.

* This is a collaborative post.

Keep on exploring the natural beauty of National Parks,



27 thoughts on “Ever Gone To The Everglades?

  1. It’s such an amazing place and it’s a must see! You won’t regret ever going here and I recommend it for families especially since there’s plenty for the kids to experience.
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  2. Awesome those are really terrific photos! I would love to explore the Florida Everglades in the future!
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  3. I have never gone to the everglades. I would love to make a trip to see everything it has to offer though.

  4. Oh my goodness what an amazing place to get to explore. The world has some amazing places to visit, it really is a wonder.
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  5. That first picture is just absolutely beautiful! Sounds like a great visit, I love the wildlife there.

  6. Love the pics and I bet it was great to see all of those wonderful animals and wildlife.

  7. The everglades has been a place I have wanted to visit ever since I saw a documentary on it. I loved your pictures of the animals and nature.
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  8. YES. I have. I lived in South Florida until I was fourteen and we went on school trips all the time, its kind of funny that for me it was like going to the park and others weren’t as lucky. Its been a good while since my last visit when I was in college in Boca Raton.

  9. YES. I have. I lived in South Florida until I was fourteen and we went on school trips all the time, its kind of funny that for me it was like going to the park and others weren’t as lucky. Its been a good while since my last visit when I was in college in Boca Raton. I love the first pic BTW

  10. Yes I have been to the Florida Everglades. Your pictures are great. The Everglades is an amazing place to explore. It is so beautiful.
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  11. I’ve never been to the Everglades or Florida for that matter. And being around gators scare me to death, however, this is a really nice get away for the family.

  12. Oh my goodness that looks SO gorgeous! Definitely adding that to my bucket list. The airboat tour would be so much fun!

  13. Such a gorgeous photo!

  14. Never been to the Everglades, the idea of gators and snakes just terrifies me. But that sunset in the first picture almost changes my mind.

  15. I’ve never been but the pictures are absolutely beautiful. This is a lovely article – thank you for writing it!

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