• Everglades Swamp Tours airboat with passengers in the Florida Everglades
  • Everglades Swamp Tours airboat with passengers glides across the water.
  • One-of-a-kind private or semi-private airboat rides and tours with an opportunity to see a variety of birds, snakes, fish, alligators, bobcat and more just minutes from Naples, Florida.
  • Airboat on river of water in Florida Everglades
  • Alligator sunning in Florida Everglades.
  • Group airboat ride in Florida Everglades with Everglades Swamp Tours near Naples and Marco Island.

Everglades Swamp Tours in Florida

Experience the beauty of Florida’s natural environment on a safe, smooth-riding, enjoyable, and family-friendly tour through one of the largest wetlands in the world–the Florida Everglades.

This family-owned business has over 60 years of experience boating in the Florida Everglades!

Everglades Swamp Tours’ knowledgeable guides will share their love of the area while educating visitors on the history, ecology, and wildlife that call the River of Grass home. 

Florida Everglades Airboat Tours

Each one-of-a-kind 1, 1 ½, or 2-hour airboat ride and tour offers an opportunity to see a variety of resident and migratory wading birds, snakes, fish, alligators, deer, raccoons, bobcats, and more. 

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One-hour group airboat tours depart at 10 a.m., 12 p.m., 2 p.m., and 4 p.m. daily. Reservations are required.

Private one-hour airboat tours depart hourly from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Reservations are required.

Call for availability of 1 1/2 or 2-hour private airboat tours.

Everglades Swamp Tours also offers tours for school field trips.

Boats can accommodate 5 to 16 passengers.

Reservations are required for all Everglades Swamp Tours airboat tours. Online booking is available.

Everglades Swamp Tours boat ramp is located at the Broward County Rest Area on 1-75 North at Mile Marker 35 in Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33327. 

  • Directions from Naples: Take I-75 South, look for BLUE SIGN for Broward County Rest Area, exit at Mile Marker 36. When you get off the exit, stay on the SOUTH SIDE of I-75. Continue past the main building and fire station. Continue until you see Everglades Swamp Tours’ boat ramp which will be on the SOUTH SIDE of the I-75. Everglades Swamp Tours guides will meet you at the boat ramp.