Climb aboard our custom-built airboat through the heart of the Everglades and surrounding areas. Airboat rides are the perfect vacation thrill for couples, families, and corporate outings!

One Hour 30 minutes Fort Lauderdale Everglades Airboat Tour – $375

Our One Hour 30 Minute Florida Everglades eco-tour is our most popular package. This tour brings passengers aboard our custom-built aluminum airboat and includes several wildlife stops that will teach you about the history of the Florida Everglades. Make the most of the Everglades’ remarkable ecosystem, take your time and discover the best wildlife of the Everglades.

  • Includes 2 riders. Additional riders $75/each.
  • Children 5 and under ride free. Children between 6 and 12 $35/each.
  • Available year-round

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One Hour Fort Lauderdale Everglades Airboat Ride – $275

The One-Hour Florida Everglades Airboat Rides experience is just a glimpse of the Everglades, one of the world’s largest wetlands. You and your party will hang on tightly to your seat as we glide alongside the plains of sawgrass and underneath the mangrove forests. Trust us when we say you won’t want to miss this opportunity!

  • Includes 2 riders. Additional riders $75/each.
  • Children 5 and under ride free. Children between 6 and 12 $35/each.
  • Only available August and September

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The Wildlife

Airboat Rides - The Florida Panther

There’s nothing quite like seeing a 12 foot, half-ton American Alligator alongside the airboat. It’s a thrill of a lifetime. Fortunately for you, you’re also likely to get up close and personal with the Many birds of the Florida Everglades. Great Blue Herons, Whooping Cranes, Manatees, and more! You will also be able to view some of the most gorgeous fauna in the world. Black Mangroves, Butterfly Peas, White Fragrant Water Lilies, and Cattails all call the ‘River of Grass’ their home. In short, Everglades airboat tours are the best way to see the Florida Everglades.

The Location

Airboat Rides - Florida Birds

Water in South Florida once flowed freely from the Kissimmee River to Lake Okeechobee and southward over low-lying lands to the estuaries of Biscayne Bay, the Ten Thousand Islands, and Florida Bay. This shallow, slow-moving sheet of water covered almost 11,000 square miles, creating a mosaic of ponds, sloughs, sawgrass marshes, hardwood hammock, and forested uplands. For thousands of years, this intricate system evolved into a finely balanced ecosystem filled with beauty and mystery.