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    Everglades

    National Park Florida

Shark Valley Ranger Guided Tours

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Shark Valley Tram Tours (2-hours, fee charged)

Find yourself in the middle of the "River of Grass", the heart of the Everglades. See alligators, wading birds and other wildlife in their natural habitat. Narrated by a park ranger or park naturalist. (Reservations recommended - 305-221-8455)

 
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Shark Byte (30 minute sit-down talk)

A short, interesting talk by a park ranger or volunteer about the wildlife, history, or some surprising "unknown" aspect of the Everglades. Bring a chair or blanket if you'd like and meet at the tree island across from visitor center.


 
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Tamiami Trail Triathlon

Explore 3 different areas of the Everglades in 3 different ways: Bicycle the 15-mile loop at Shark Valley. Hike 3 miles of trail from the Oasis Visitor Center in Big Cypress National Preserve. Paddle roundtrip from the Gulf Coast Visitor Center in Everglades City to Sandfly Island in the Ten Thousand Islands. Complete all three activities and earn a decal and the title “Tamiami Trail Triathlon Finisher.” Bring your own bicycle, canoe/kayak, or rent one. This activity does not have to be completed in one day. Stop by the Gulf Coast, Oasis, or Shark Valley Visitor Centers for more information.

Did You Know?

West Indian Manatee

Around 15 federally threatened and endangered species reside within the boundaries of Everglades National Park. Sea turtles, crocodiles, and West Indian Manatees (pictured left) are but a few of these.