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Full day Everglades, Big Cypress and 10,000 Islands, Airboat and Boat Ride
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Also known as U.S. 41, this road crosses Everglades National Parks' northern border.
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

To do this everglade part of the Tamiami trail to incorporate places like Everglade City - Goodland - Port of the Islands - Capri - Marco Islands - Bonita - Fort Myers Beach - Captiva & Sanibel - Cape Coral - Pine Island - Lovers...More

Thank Wesley N
Reviewed 10 July 2017

I tried to tell my husband June is rainy season in FL. & not the best of times to visit if you're going to the southern extremes but he wanted to go. The mosquitoes were in swarms. We couldn't get out of the car that...More

2  Thank Linda S
Reviewed 27 April 2017

From Sarasota to Miami, you can elect to use Hwy 41, the old hwy that meanders through Venice, Punta Gorda, Ft. Myers and Naples. If your going from the west coast to east coast(Miami area), your choice is the newer fourlane hwy further north or...More

Thank perryaam
Reviewed 21 April 2017 via mobile

What a fun adventure with a great deal of education mixed in. We earned the Tamiami trail patch and sticker while having memories to last a lifetime. Highly recommended for all.

1  Thank Boxcar37
Reviewed 7 March 2017

This is absolutely the best way to visit the everglades. Take your time across this long road thru the middle of the glades, you can spot lots of wildlife in the canals, on the banks and in the bush. Plus there are millions of birds...More

Thank Motorcyclebuds
Reviewed 18 February 2017 via mobile

Must see! Loop road runs parallel to tamiami trail (Rt 41) from about mile 40 to 60. Start and finish not well marked off of Rt 41 but definitely worth looking for. Never knew that there were this many alligators in any one area. Sunning...More

1  Thank MaryandBobontheroad
Reviewed 22 August 2016 via mobile

A great way to see what old Florida was truly like. The trip took us about the same time to go from Miami to Naples as it would via I-75. The upside was seeing Florida like it truly was over the past many decades. The...More

3  Thank Pineapples-a-Plenty
Reviewed 6 July 2016 via mobile

The scenery varies along the road and is at times quite spectacular. Make some stops along the way, we stopped at the earden place about halfway and saw a 'gator from the visitor centre boardwalk.

Thank PandM_10
Reviewed 11 May 2016 via mobile

This 275 mile engineering marvel takes you from Tampa to Miami. The best part of the route is traversing the Everglades and watching alligators in the lock system.

Thank danfriedmanmd
Reviewed 23 April 2016

Fantastic so many things to do and see, you'll probably not be able to stop and see everything in one day, from Miami to Naples is awesome, straight through the Everglades, wildlife is unbelievable, lots of air-boat rides animal sanctuaries, educational centers, camp sites Everglade...More

4  Thank Wesley N
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