Capt. Steve’s Swamp Buggy & Adventures! Offering 4 hour Adventures In Big Cypress National Preserve! There is NO other Tour Like It.
Book Here Now. Reservations are required. Max 6 people per swamp buggy.
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The world’s foremost authority on nature recommends Capt. Steve’s Swamp Buggy Adventures. National Geographic lists Captain Steve’s Swamp Buggy Adventures a “Must Do“ when visiting Florida’s Pristine Parks. The Big Cypress National Preserve.
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We can accommodate your entire group for as long as you like… —Capt. Steve
—James M & Family Webster, Florida
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Capt.Steve, the swampbuggy ride was an experience of a lifetime! your knowledge and passion for the everglades is heartfelt, the wildlife that we witnessed in their natural, unspoiled surroundings is something that our children will remember for their entire lives and we sincerely thank you for the experience !
God Bless You
— kevin moore@ family, southern ohio
Steve, Thank you for a informative ride.
I live in Florida. I would have never enjoyed the chance to see the great views of the natural Florida. All because of you, I was able to enjoy the trip. I had a friend from Iowa who said he will do it again that was with us. Lots of fun.
— Don Meek, Cape Coral
Our family took a vacation on Marco Island in early September and we were lucky enough to meet Captain Steve when he personally guided us thru Big Cypress. This was definitely one of the highlights of our trip, and the kids still talk about how cool and funny Captain Steve was! He even let our son drive the buggy! We highly recommend taking his trip thru the Glades, and you just might be lucky enough to experience your very own Skunk Ape encounter that we all did together hearing one separate the forest trees as it walked behind the swamp buggy!
— Tony A.