Our Story

Everglades Safari Park has been in business for over 40 years, helping to showcase South Florida and its attractions to guests from all over the world. Over the years, we have grown into one of the largest and most complete attractions in the heart of the Florida Everglades National Park. We are members of the Greater Miami Convention and Visitor's Bureau, and are the preferred providers of daily Everglades tours for countless American and European tour operators and cruise lines.

In addition to serving the tourist industry of South Florida, we are also dedicated to promoting the preservation of the Florida Everglades. We work with various schools and museums in the community as a field trip site for children in an effort to educate the public about the significant impact of the Florida Everglades upon our community and the necessity of protecting this valuable ecosystem.

We offer a variety of ways to observe the Everglades at our park, including an Airboat Ride, Alligator Show, and a Jungle Trail. Our 30-40 minute Airboat Rides are guided by skilled narrators, familiar with every aspect of the Florida Everglades, including its history, vegetation, and wildlife, as well as its impact upon the community. The Alligator Show provides guests an informative, interactive opportunity to become familiar with the features of the American Alligators as well as a variety of other wildlife. In addition to these attractions, we also have a Jungle Trail which leads visitors to an Alligator Farm with American Alligators, a Crocodile Exhibits featuring various species from around the world, and also visit our museum with several reptile species on exhibit.

We take pride in the quality of our service and our facilities, and are constantly striving to make improvements to our park. In this manner, we hope to continue to play an important role in promoting the economy and environment of South Florida for many years to come.

Everglades Safari Fun Facts!
Alligators can swim about 16 MPH
Alligators can get as big as 6 to 12 ft.
The Everglades is the only place in the world where alligators and crocodiles live together.
The Everglades receives an annual average rainfall of more than 60 inches.
The Everglades is about 6 inches below sea level.

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Planning Your Visit? Woo!

Find Out Everything You Can Do During Your Visit to the Florida Everglades

From airboats to nature walks, wildlife shows to gator bites, we offer family fun in the warm Florida sun, all year long. Check out how we help you make lasting memories.

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Traveling With A Group?
Group Rates & Arrangements Are Available.

Group tours of all sizes are welcome to enjoy the adventure, together! Our custom made, twin rotor airboats are the largest in the industy hold a whoping 45 visitors each!

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