Spanning more than 1.5 million acres across the southern tip of Florida, Everglades National Park is one of the most biologically diverse wilderness areas in the world. With 9 distinct and overlapping ecosystems, the Everglades are home to an astonishing range of tropical and sub-tropical plants, birds, mammals and reptiles. Inhabited by Native Americans for centuries, the Everglades hold a deep historical and spiritual significance for the descendents residing here today.
Palm Beach and Broward Counties contain protected sub-tropical areas available for exploration. The area is home to spectacular wetland preserves which house hundreds of species of mammals, birds, reptiles and plant life.