Coopertown Airboat Tours

22700 Southwest 8th Street, Miami

Everglades Airboat Tour for One, Two, or Four from Coopertown Airboat Tours (Up to 40% Off)

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Highlights

Airboats travel nine miles through the Everglades, gliding past stretches of sawgrass, alligator holes, and wetland wildlife

About This Deal

  • 40-minute airboat ride
  • Wildlife Nature Show
  • Access to the exhibits
  • Departure time: AirBoat Tours depart every 35 minutes. Final airboat departure at 5:00 pm daily.
  • No prior reservations required for General Tours.
  • Free admission for children under 6.

Fine Print

Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. All sales final. No reservation required. Children under 6 years are free. Last airboat departure at 5pm daily; must arrive by 4:30pm to experience the entire tour. Be advised longer wait times may occur between the peak hours of 9:30am to 11:30am. No cellular coverage in area; must download tickets to your phone or print tickets ahead of time. A $5 per visitor National Park Entrance Fee payable upon redemption at Coopertown Everglades Airboat Tours Ticket Booth. You will receive a receipt that can be used to upgrade to a 7-day National Park Pass at other National Park entrances nearby. Not valid toward taxes. Limit 10 per person. May be repurchased every 90 days. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services. Learn about Strike-Through Pricing and Savings

About Coopertown Airboat Tours

The Original Airboat Tour of the Everglades National Park, Coopertown Airboat Tours & Restaurant was established in 1945 by our founding father John Cooper. With over 75 years of experience traveling deep into the wetlands of the National Park, come and experience the River of Grass and the ecosystem our gators call home.

The airboats that depart from Coopertown head deep into the wetlands, where sawgrass covers the water and gators are plentiful. Guides point out a wide variety of wildlife, ranging from herons and turtles to endangered species such as the snail kite. For a more intimate encounter with nature, they also run private tours, voyaging into areas that are only accessible by smaller airboats. Tours typically culminate by the Coopertown restaurant and gift shop. There, guests can snack on the frog legs that started it all, or sample other swampland delights including gator-tail nuggets and catfish.