Airboat Adventures is a great company that deals in swamp tours! The city has great ghost tours, haunted tours, and plantation tours but out in the swamp, it’s just you, a boat and the wild! These swamp tours don’t excite your senses with preconceived notions of creatures in the dark or a murderous tale but instead put the action right in your face! Alligators growl and snap from the water, birds fly in the sky, and snakes rustle through the grass! These tours are intense!
Airboat Adventures has a great website full of information about their tours. There are customer testimonials, links to their various social media, and an awesome gallery of photos to give you a sneak peek of what to expect. One picture is of a huge alligator attacking a huge plant which illustrates the ferociousness of this king beast. The swamp is no jungle and out there the alligator is king and sits at the top of the food chain. Another picture is of a beautiful heron, showing the softer side of the swamp. These birds, along with other aviary wildlife grace the skies of this tour and make it majestic. One of the best photos is of the sunset on the water with a great moss tree in the setting. Airboat Adventures offers sunset tours and this picture really shows the greatest reason to schedule one; beauty. This scene is breathtaking and one that has to be experienced first hand.
If you get online and look at this gallery, there’s no reason not to call and schedule your tour. You’ll need simple information including what time of day you’d like to tour, and the size of your party as Airboat Adventures offers boats to fit between six to eight passengers all the way up to sixteen to eighteen passengers. And don’t feel like you have to travel to the swampland on your own, Airboat Adventures will come and get you from any downtown hotel. It’s the perfect little detour while you’re having fun in the big city to take a break and unwind. So come catch some fresh air and call them to schedule your tour today, you won’t regret it for a second and there’s so much to learn!