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Everglades National Park Tickets

With your Everglades National Park Tickets in Florida and visit to America’s third-largest national park after Death Valley and Yellowstone, the World Heritage Site can be described as a massive slow-moving river that boasts 9 different, beautiful ecosystems. An International Biosphere Reserve, the famous wetland is home to manatees, crocodiles, a variety of birds, and even panthers. Spot alligators on the Anhinga trail, take in sweeping views of the park from the Pay-Hay-Okee Lookout Tower, enjoy lunch at the Gator Grill, spot indigenous wildlife from Shark Valley, and discover the wetlands on an airboat adventure, the highlight of your trip. Book your Everglades tour packages at the earliest to avoid disappointment and get discounts.

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Our tips for Everglades National Park

  • Pack your sunscreen: This is pretty much an outdoor adventure through and through, so make sure you use plenty of sunscreen. You would also be well-advised to carry a hat and stay dehydrated.
  • Insect repellent: Use insect repellent on your trip if you don’t want to be attacked a swarm of mosquitoes or flies.
  • Gasoline: Make sure you have enough fuel in your car. The Flamingo visitor center had a gas station but it has been out of service since Hurricane Irma.

Good to know

Best time to visit
The weather is quite warm and humid throughout the year. But the best time to visit the Everglades National Park is from December to April. The weather is dry, there are lesser insects and less rain. You can expect a hurricane if you visit between July and November.
Getting there
The area is massive, so you would need a car to get from one place to another. The best way to explore the wetlands is by boat. Kayaking, canoe trips, and airboat rides are hugely popular. Walking and biking are other options. From Miami, it takes a little less than an hour to reach the park by car.
Money saving tips
  • A visit to the Everglades National Park can be the perfect pocket-friendly vacation for the family.
  • The airboat rides are affordable and so is the food. Entry is free on the Gulf Coast. You can also get some free vacation advice at the Gulf Coast Visitor Center.
  • To save money, book months in advance and online to avail some great deals and discounts. You could also book packages which include transfers to avoid hassles and paying extra.
Did you know?
  • This National Park is home to one of the largest wetlands in the world and boasts 9 different and beautiful ecosystems
  • The park is home to more than 360 species of birds in winter! There are animal and plant species here that cannot be found anywhere else in the world. The Everglades receives an impressive 60 inches (approx.) of rain a year!
  • The area has a rich history of human settlement dating back thousands of years. Settlers known as ‘Gladesmen’ relied on the landscape for its abundance of fish, plants and game.

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