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All reviewstram tourobservation towerrent a bikethe loopper hourhalfway pointbring your ownparking lot was fullbaby alligatorshalf wayhour ridebring plenty of watertram roadsecond halfwalk uparrive earlytwo hours
As all airboat tours in the Everglades were cancelled the afternoon we were down there, due to thunder storms, we decided that we go biking instead to at least have a chance to see something. This was mid June and once we started biking, 10...More
We was there with my wife and kid, the information in the station was complete the warnings was made and just enjoy the views, for remark always take water with you the distance and hot weather make it a necessity, its a recommended place to...More
I've done the air boat tours the last few times we have visited florida so thought we would try something a bit different this time around and rented bikes in Shark Valley. This was sooooo much better than the air boat tours as we saw...More
There wasn't much to see. We went the end of June - so there wasn't much wildlife and it was miserably hot. The Bob Cat Trail was closed from damage after last year's hurricane. We walked less than a mile in and then back out...More
15 miles of paved trail though the Everglades to walk, bike ( you can hire bikes), or take a ranger guided tram ride. The guide was very knowledgeable. The observation tower at the end of the 7 mole path was very cool.
Our tram was small, about 12 people per guide. We saw alligators and 3 kinds of rare large water turtles, all sorts of bird life, and two baby alligators. I think the tour was fascinating to learn about the Everglades and being on a shaded...More
My wife is handicapped so the idea of riding in a trolley looking at the wildlife was very appealing. We saw a large array of wildlife. You will definitely see lots of alligators. The only reason I didn't give it an excellent rating also had...More
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The tram is located steps away from the parking lot right behind the gift shop at Shark Valley. The senior(over 62) fee was $19 eac. And is not included in the entrance fee. We used our Senior National Park Pass to enter the... More
The tram is located steps away from the parking lot right behind the gift shop at Shark Valley. The senior(over 62) fee was $19 eac. And is not included in the entrance fee. We used our Senior National Park Pass to enter the park. Without it the cost would be $25 per car load.