Top 5 Things to Do This Winter in the Everglades
It is winter in the Everglades! This week, join us for the top five things to do in the Everglades this winter.
FALL into the Everglades!
Join us and FALL into the wonder and beauty of the Everglades! This week, learn about all the changes that begin to happen in the Everglades in the Fall, fun upcoming events, and everything YOU need to know about planning your trips!
Dry Season Offers Greater Access to Everglades Wildlife
Millions of people flock to South Florida each year, a few more at this time of year. While the beaches and golf courses are fantastic, many come to the Everglades to see the majesty of a subtropical ecosystem in action. Everyone wants to see an alligator (or 10). Many people ask, “when is the best time of year to see the Everglades.” The Seminole guides at Billie Swamp Safari will tell you, “there is never a bad time to visit the Everglades!” You see, The Everglades are 734 square miles big and nature and wildlife are in full swing 365 days a year. Essentially the Everglades has two seasons, and both offer great opportunities to connect with nature (and see a few gators). Less Insects, More Animals The Everglades has a dry season and a wet season. The dry season is from December to April, where the water levels and temperatures drop