From the other reviews it seems as if we really lucked out by choosing the Airboats at the Miccosukee Indian Village from the many others on Rt. 41. Our guide, Elvis,. was such a polite and knowledgable young man. He was patient and soft-spoken, answering all of our questions. It was fun floating over the sawgrass and water looking for birds and alligators. We saw many of each. But the most interesting aspect was getting off the boat on a small island, site of a Miccosukee residence. There were boardwalks all over so we could explore without getting muddy. We saw baby alligators, lots of fantastic vegetation, trees, flowers and handcrafted Chickees (indian dwellings). Elvis amazed us by calling a 12 foot alligator from the water and patting it on the head. He also explained in detail about indian life in the Everglades. Some of the other places had big, loud crowds and were much more expensive. We had a lovely tour with just the family and it was very reasonable. We laughed when Elvis told us his brother's name.
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