Yes, We Have Swamp Buggy Rides Near Everglades City
“Don’t miss out on the adventure of a lifetime! Secure your spot now for an unforgettable morning tour through the Big Cypress Swamp. Limited availability – 2 Swamp Buggy’s and only 12 seats per day!
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Captain Steve Swamp Buggy Rides Near Everglades City. Enjoy the video below.
“Hurry! Limited spots available! Don’t miss your chance to join Captain Steve for an unforgettable swamp buggy tour in the Florida Everglades. Explore the diverse ecosystem, possibly see a variety of wildlife, and create memories that will last a lifetime. Don’t wait – book your tour now before it’s too late. Book Here to secure your tour!
Join Captain Steve’s Swamp Buggy Adventures for a unique and exciting swamp buggy adventure in the Florida Everglades! Explore the diverse ecosystem and wildlife in their natural habitat.
With our local experienced guides, you are guaranteed a safe, educational and entertaining experience.
Book an adventure tour with us today and create memories that will last your family a lifetime! Please let us know if there are any special requests you have. Our expert guides will make sure you have a safe and enjoyable experience. We guarantee that you will explore the area in a way that no one else can offer. We look d to hearing from you and helping you create unforgettable memories.
Welcome to Captain Steve’s Swamp Buggy Adventures!
Here at Captain Steve’s Swamp Buggy Adventures we offer a one-of-a-kind experience that is perfect for families and photographers alike who want to learn more about the wonders of the South Florida Everglades.
Captain Steve is a 5th generation local guide who can take you on an exciting tour of the swamp, pointing out all of the different plants and animals that call it home. You’ll also get the chance to see some of the area’s most beautiful scenery, including the bald cypress trees. If you’re looking for educational and entertaining tour this is for you. , and you’re sure to come away with a new admiration for the Everglades and the connections to the Big Cypress National Preserve.
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- Great Time With The Family
—James M & Family Webster, Florida
Here are a few things to keep in mind when you book with Captain Steve:
- Captain Steve runs a small, personal business focusing on a quality, true feel of the Florida Everglades. There are no frills involved, but its well worth it.
- The Florida Everglades has 2 seasons; wet (typically summer) and dry (typically winter) Your experience will vary greatly depending on the season. Be sure to talk to Captain Steve so you know what to expect.
- This is an Eco-tour, NOT Disney World. If you are looking for a thrill ride, stick with the theme parks. If, however, you are looking to enjoy Florida at it’s most beautiful, this is the trip for you.
- This is not a zoo, it’s nature… Weather, time of year, time of day, and countless other factors effect the movement of wildlife. I assure you, no one on the tour is more excited about you getting to see some of Florida’s most spectacular creatures than Captain Steve is. That said, it’s still nature, so luck plays a big factor in what you will see.
Experience the Everglades Same As Native Gladesman
This small, personal business offers quality tours that will give you a true taste of what the Florida Everglades are all about. With no frills involved, this is an eco-tour you won’t want to miss. Depending on the season you visit, your experience will vary greatly.
Captain Steve’s Swamp Buggy rides are offered year-round, (Park Closure June and July) and they are especially spectacular during the wet (typically summer) or dry (typically winter) seasons. And for those who love the nightlife, don’t don’t forget to ask about Captain Steve’s dark sky rides! With a dark sky full of stars and no ambient light, it’s an unforgettable experience.
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.
— National Geographic Online