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Fun in the Everglades
You are on a quick presentation page of the Everglades, which can help you make a choice. However, you should know first of all that the Everglades are hundreds of kilometres long. The easiest way to find your way around is to consult the portal of our Everglades guide. Whether you are a tourist or a Florida resident, it is designed to help you find your way around and plan your trip! Otherwise, below each place mentioned on this page you will find a link to a detailed article for each of these places, each time with dozens of photos, find out more marvelous traveling destinations by visiting e-travel-guide.com.
Le Parc National des Everglades (Homestead)
The entrance is in Homestead, south of Miami. Everglades National Park is a large part of the Everglades managed and protected by the US federal government. We pay about twenty dollars per car to get in. The landscapes are very varied along a road leading south to Florida Bay (where the Keys Islands begin).
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Florida city and Flamingo City
This is the 2nd most touristic route to visit the Everglades. It is about 65 km long. Note that unlike the Tamiami Trail, you will not be able to find airboat (so as not to disturb the fauna)
Canoeing in the Everglades
If you prefer canoeing is a more environmentally friendly way to visit the Everglades. Indeed, canoeing in the mangroves is particularly nice, especially if you are a little reckless.
Take the roads of Big Cypress
The discovery of Big Cypress Hill offers several different access points that you can walk or drive. This will take you off the beaten track while enjoying the scenic roads.