The Gator show was the best part of the village and Pharaoh the gator wrestler was really informative and very knowledgable about the alligators and their history in the Everglades.
It hard to find different things to do whenever my out-of-town family visits. My parents love going to the casino and we were told about the village by another guest there. I thought that it would be like all of the other cheesy and boring touristy places along Tamiami Trail so I was a little skeptical to make the long... More
Definitely a must when you go to Florida, $10 will take you inside the little Indian village and watch a man play with adult alligators. I took a photo with a baby gator! Cross the road and for $16 go on a hovercraft ride across a swamp!
This place is awesome! Just a short drive from Miami Fl. This is a genuine Indian village with gators, gator wrestling and fantastic seafood i.e. Gator, froglegs, catfish and homemade Indian fry bread. I highly recommend this attraction. Just down the road is a hotel casino for those that want to spend the night, or want to try their luck.
We went here and we had a ball. The people were very nice and helpful and we so enjoyed seeing and learning about the true nature of alligators and to see them interact in person. This was nothing like the normal alligator wrestling you see around Florida where the alligator is portrayed as evil. This was people who love and... More
Well worth the admission price for all the knowledge given to us. Will go again and again. The museum was very educational with artifacts and pictures of how Hard it was living in the Everglades thanks to the white men "money" greed. Airboat ride was a total blast. Our kids were delighted.
I went twice in one weekend and all I have left to say is WOW. The village itself is educating and amazing. The highlight of both my visits was the alligator show, Pharaoh truly gives a show worth watching. He is very approachable and helpful, he even fed the gators some chicken and stuck around to answer any remaining questions.... More
Great place...the alligator show is great and Very educational. Full of emotion and awesome information. The museum-eventhough under construction-has great artefacts The movie is short and full of inspirational-spiritual awareness. Family friendly and delicios sample of mhhhh fried bread.
We popped in on our way to somewhere else, and spent just probably 1.5 hours - there is an alligator show which is okay, some huge alligators in a pit which are pretty impressive and some stalls with examples of crafts and cooking, and a museum which didn't seem to have a whole lot in it. I think young kids... More
My boyfriend and I went over this past 4th of July weekend. It was a nice experience besides the fact that we got there about 1 hour and half before they closed. We still managed to see the Alligator show. Before we got to the Village we made a quick stop to the Miccosukee Restaurant which is about 1/4 mile... More
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