Touring the Everglades is a lot of fun for the whole family. During an eco-tour, you will be able to see the American alligator and American crocodile in all their glory. You will also have the chance to view other creatures that call the Everglades home. Guided eco-tours are the best way to see what’s really happening in the Everglades, and to find out why the Everglades is such an important part of South Florida.
Why the Everglades is Important
The Everglades is, essentially, the entire eco-system of South Florida. This eco-system supports many different plants that help produce oxygen – an essential part of the air that we breathe! The Everglades is also home to the American alligator, American crocodile, Florida Panther, and many other animals.
Without the Everglades, the animals and plants that call this eco-system home would not be alive. Numerous creatures that live in the Everglades have been forced out of urban and suburban areas. If the Everglades did not exist, these animals would have no home, and, in turn, they would likely become extinct.
Walk a path that leads through the Everglades. See a baby American alligator up close! Learn about the many things that make the Everglades so unique. The things that you learn and see on an eco-tour are unforgettable. An airboat ride and a fascinating wildlife show are waiting for you.
The only thing that you won’t see on an eco-tour is alligator wrestling. Since Safari Park works to promote the well-being of alligators, alligator wrestling is not part of the eco-tour agenda. This type of wrestling can block an alligator’s windpipe, and this can be fatal!
The Everglades Safari Park Pledge
The Everglades Safari Park has promised to protect the Everglades eco-system. By keeping alligators, and other species, safe, Safari Park is ensuring that the Everglades will always be around. When you visit the Everglades Safari Park, you will be supporting the Everglades eco-system – and all of the amazing creatures that call the Everglades home!
If you are looking for a way to remember your South Florida trip forever, look no further than Safari Park. All of South Florida depends on the Everglades, and the animals that call the Everglades home depend on your support.