Well marked throughout, you'll easily guide yourself through the tranquility of the scenery as you take in the various mangrove islands.
Points of Interest
Considered the gateway to the western Everglades, the National Audubon Society protects 13,000 acres of wetlands throughout the Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary.
If you're going to visit Everglades National Park, you should make a point of including Shark Valley on your agenda.
As one of the first national preserves established in 1974, this 720,000-acre wet cypress preserve is teeming with a diverse array of plants and animals.
If you've dreamed of seeing more than 2,000 alligators, this is the place for you.
Beyond the Blue is your go-to resource for airboat bonefishing and discovering new pools in South Caicos.
When you're touring through the Brevard and Orange County lines along the Saint Johns River, make sure to stop into Lone Cabbage Fish Camp.
There is no better time to visit the Florida Everglades than on an airboat at night.
At Spirit of the Swamp, your airboat captain expertly guides you and your party through the Florida Everglades.
Located among Belize's Mayan remnants, Lamanai offers you a real chance to embrace ancient history and engage in what that civilization had to offer.