Everglades National Park Tours – Florida, United States

Everglades National Park

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40001 State Road 9336, United States, Florida
Hours : Main Entrance - open 24h

About this place

One million people visit Everglades National Park every year. The national park protects 20 percent of the southern Everglades area. The Park is a World Heritage Site, International Biosphere Reserve and Wetland of International Importance. Everglades is created to protect the ecosystem which was endangered due to human activity in the area. The rainforest and wetlands are watered by the river that flows out of Lake Okeechobee. The Park covers the area of 1,509,000 acres (6,110 km2) and it is home to the 14 endangered and rare species. During many centuries the American Native People lived in this area, especially in its coastal area. With the development of different agricultural technologies, people tried to dry the swamp several times.
Today the Park protects this unique ecosystem and still preserves the area which only the most adventurous managed to explore. There are trails inside of the park which are arranged by hiking difficulty. Some parts of the Park allow camping.
This national park is perfect for nature lovers, which enjoy contemplating spacious swamps, forests and spot rare animals which could be seen only in this area.

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