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Discover the Everglades National Park

Everglades National ParkIn the Everglades National Park (eternal swamps) is the reserve of the Miccosukees Indians, as well as thousands of species of animals, some of which are endangered.

Discover the largest subtropical wild expanse of the United States (6,000 square kilometers). The main entrance is in Florida City, southwest of Miami. It is open all year. It is recommended to visit the park in spring or winter, boat or on foot. Do not forget to bring products against mosquitoes, especially in summer. Beware of crocodiles.

Observe black bears, cougars and otters. With primásticos you can monitor the flight of eagles, hawks or kite Florida, which feeds on mollusks. Walk the paths of marked trails, ideal to admire wild fauna and flora.

Tips:

-The Park extends over 6105 square kilometers and is inscribed in the World Heritage of Unesco.

-Ingraham Lake, the lake's southernmost United States, is in the southwest boundary of the park.

-The Vegetation is lush. Chestnut evergreen, lemon and wild orange, red custard apples and wild rubber trees are some of the indigenous species.

-The Park is provided with roads that allow observation admire nature from above.

-The Ibis and crocodiles are animals that symbolize the park and the territory.

Source: EasyTravels

 

 

 

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