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Spread across 1.5 million acres of South Florida landscape about an hour's drive south of Miami, Everglades National Park is the largest subtropical wilderness in the United States. Recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the “River of Grass” is home to a complex fusion of slow-flowing freshwater sloughs, salt-tolerant mangrove forests, tropical hardwood hammocks, pine rock lands, freshwater prairies, cypress domes and hundreds of animal species.The result? An ecosystem where an abundance of animals, including 36 endangered species, can live together in harmony. Explore the area through guided tours of Shark Valley, nature trails, ranger-led adventures, airboat rides, bird-watching, canoeing or kayaking through backcountry waterways and more.


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