Small-Group Tour: Florida Everglades Swamp Walking Eco-Tour

Small-Group Tour: Florida Everglades Swamp Walking Eco-Tour
Outdoor Activities > Eco Tours > Eco Tours
$105.95
Duration: 3 hours 30 minutes
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Description

Experience the Everglades with a “Swamp Walk” in Big Cypress Swamp National Preserve or Fakahatchee Strand Preserve State Park with one of our knowledgeable (and passionate) naturalists. Learn about the natural history of the Everglades, the impact of humans on the ecosystem, and the Comprehensive Everglades Restoration Plan (CERP) - the largest restoration project our planet has known. A vast variety of native and exotic flora and fauna species inhabit this ecosystem. You may come across an endangered orchid in bloom (such as the ghost orchid or the dingy-flowered star), or see fresh tracks or scat from an elusive Florida panther or black bear. Encounters with white-tailed deer, red-shouldered hawks, barred owls, pileated woodpeckers, egrets, herons, alligators and water reptiles are always a possibility

Experience the Florida Everglades on a guided swamp walk through the Big Cypress Swamp National Preserve or Fakahatchee Strand Preserve State Park. On this educational eco-tour, explore the Everglades with your expert naturalist guide and learn about the history of the Everglades, the impact humans have on the ecosystem, and the comprehensive Everglades restoration plan.

Keep your eyes out for a large variety of native and exotic flora and fauna species that inhabit this ecosystem. Spot endangered plants such as the ghost orchid or the dingy-flowered star. If you’re lucky, you may see white-tailed deer, red-shouldered hawks, barred owls, pileated woodpeckers, egrets, herons, alligators and other reptiles. You may even come across fresh tracks from the elusive Florida panther or even a black bear!

Experience the Everglades with a “Swamp Walk” in Big Cypress Swamp National Preserve or Fakahatchee Strand Preserve State Park with one of our knowledgeable (and passionate) naturalists. Learn about the natural history of the Everglades, the impact of humans on the ecosystem, and the Comprehensive Everglades Restoration Plan (CERP) - the largest restoration project our planet has known. A vast variety of native and exotic flora and fauna species inhabit this ecosystem. You may come across an endangered orchid in bloom (such as the ghost orchid or the dingy-flowered star), or see fresh tracks or scat from an elusive Florida panther or black bear. Encounters with white-tailed deer, red-shouldered hawks, barred owls, pileated woodpeckers, egrets, herons, alligators and water reptiles are always a possibility