Everglades Video Travel Guides



The Everglades in Southern Florida is a shallow slow moving river. In the wet season when Lake Okeechobee overflows, the river stretches to 60 miles wide and runs for over a 100 miles. In the dry season much of the river dries up and the water life such as alligators and turtles tend to live around ever diminishing pools or the man-made canals. The glades are a vast biodiverse region, thriving with bird and wildlife.

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Shark Valley

Shark Valley a nature reserve is located along Tamiami Trail (US 41). The reserve has a circular bicycle route of approx. 15 miles. Cycling along the track one can often see much of the natural wildlife. Though the alligators are frequently seen in the dry season as later as the river of grass grows the alligators roam a much broader area. Guide tours also take visitors along the track.

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Alligators and other wildlife

Bike Trail

Further Reading on Wikipedia : Shark Valley

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Everglades City

Everglades City is on the west side of the Everglades, at the mouth of the Barron River, on Chokoloskee Bay. It is a popular destination for fishing, sigh seeing, touring the bay and Everglades and of course airboating.

Air Boating from Everglades City


Airboating through sawgrass marshes.

Chokoloskee Island

Everglades City

Mangroves Board Walk

Barron River

Further Reading on Wikipedia : Everglades City Florida

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Ten Thousand Islands

The Ten Thousand Islands are a chain of islands and mangrove islets. North of Everglades City, the islands form the Ten Thousand Islands National Wildlife Refuge while south of the city the islands are art of the Everglades National Park. The bay and the northern limits of the Gulf of Mexico can be toured from Everglades City.

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Sea Tour

Ospreys in Chokoloskee Bay

Ospreys in Chokoloskee Bay

Waterside Walk

Further Reading on Wikipedia : Ten Thousand Islands

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Tamiami Trail (US 41)

The Tamiami Trail or Route US 41 runs from Tampa across the Everglades to Miami. Crossing the Everglades there are a number of interesting stops such as Shark Valley and a number of Indian Reservations.


Driving across the Everglades

Gator Farm

Fatachee Boardwalk

Further Reading on Wikipedia : Tamiami Trail

Video Locations on Map

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