Boggy Creek Airboat Rides
Check out Boggy Creek Airboat Ride!
Experience the real Central Florida Everglades by gliding through the wetlands on a fan propelled airboat. Enjoy the local wildlife while speeding through the famous Florida swamplands! Call us at (407) 396-7508 to speak with a representative. We’ll gladly help you build the ideal Boggy Creek Airboat Ride Ticket package for your party!
30 minutes that you won’t soon forget!!
An Experienced Master Captain will guide you through the Central Florida Everglades on a U.S. Coast Guard inspected 18-passenger airboat. While observing the beauty of the great outdoors, you’ll cruise along at speeds up to 45 mph through open water and tall grasses. Each tour is unique and never the same. Airboats leave every 30 minutes.
“Boggy Creek Airboat rides were and exciting adventure” – We decided to explore wildlife on a 1/2 hour tour of the everglades. On our trip we discovered territory that had been unaltered by man. Guiding our tour was an experienced master captain who took us to see a breathtaking view of natural wonders, including wetlands, cypress trees, and wildlife. We were filled with surprises and fascination as we happened upon turtles, birds, alligators and more in their natural habitat. Reaching top speeds of 45 mph, we whisked through the everglades on a wild adventure cutting through tall grass. No reservations were required, airboats tours left every thirty minutes and it was fun for all ages.
Boggy Creek Airboat one hour night tour was a blast” – The one hour tour was a thrilling adventure through uncharted everglades at night. 9:00 PM was the perfect time to see animals coming out of hiding in the natural habitat. On this particular occasion, our captain was taking us to seek out the most revered reptiles. We were quite safe inside our airboat while we enjoyed a beautiful view of Tohopekaliga. Wearing warm clothing was a prudent decision in that it can get a little chilly over the waters at night. We suddenly saw a large alligator gliding across the water as we startled him. This was a wonderful opportunity to see a different Orlando from the perspective of back water swamps. The captain gave us plenty of time to take pictures and to ask questions as well some real close up candid shots of wild animals. They provided us with life vests, hearing protection, and safety glasses.