Billie Swamp Safari

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About Billie Swamp Safari, Clewiston

Overview of Billie Swamp Safari

On your visit to Clewiston, consider visiting Billie Swamp Safari. Although listed here, Billie Swamp Safari is not one of the most visited sightseeing places in Clewiston.

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Getting around Billie Swamp Safari, Clewiston

Taxi

Take a Taxi. The total distance will be 74.45 Kilometre costing USD 160 and the duration of the trip will be 81 minutes.

Car

It is recommended to take Car which will cost you roughly USD 6, taking around 81 minutes. The distance between the two points is 74.45 Kilometre.

Towncar

Best transit method is Towncar. The distance is 74.45 Kilometre, costing around USD 80. The duration of the trip is 81 minutes.

Taxi

Best transit method is Taxi. The distance is 74.45 Kilometre, costing around USD 160. The duration of the trip is 81 minutes.

Car

Suggested transit method is Car. The distance between the points being 74.45 Kilometre, the time taken for the journey is 81 minutes. The expense of the trip is USD 6.

Towncar

The most preferred mode of transport is Towncar. The transit will take around 81 minutes, covering a distance of 74.45 Kilometre. The trip will cost you roughly USD 80.

Taxi

The most preferred mode of transport is Taxi. The transit will take around 70 minutes, covering a distance of 63.16 Kilometre. The trip will cost you roughly USD 130.

Car

Take a Car. The total distance will be 63.16 Kilometre costing USD 5 and the duration of the trip will be 70 minutes.

Towncar

It is recommended to take Towncar which will cost you roughly USD 70, taking around 70 minutes. The distance between the two points is 63.16 Kilometre.

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  • This place far exceeded my expectations, and expectations were high! I will be recommending this place to all friends and family as a truly unique experience! We did the twilight expedition, and our Guide was Cisco ( request him , trust me). The evening started with him telling stories that have been passed down by Seminoles for generations. This guy is truly one of the best story tellers I have ever heard and was entertaining, and it was an honor to get insight into the Seminole culture.The kids loved it. Then we went on the swamp buggy tour on which he taught us so much about everything from the unique history to the diverse plants and animals of the habitat. You can experience Florida's pristine beauty up close and personal, and the swamp buggy gives you access to terrain that would other wise be inaccessible. I am a native Floridian and an active duty combat soldier and this is one of the coolest things I've done. Plus the kids will remember this experience their entire life. If you want to experience true Florida, skip Disney and go for the twilight expedition. It was well worth it and we will be returning

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  • Great place ! Everyone was very friendly especially Tanya , the buggy tour guide she was cheerful and funny. another great person was patty the ex sheriff she was funny and her partner was very nice as well. Overall great people ,great place .well worth your bucks! the tours last a while it's not a quick ride through the Everglades and the shows are also great.

  • This is a tough review because the staff are very dedicated to providing the best experience but the unmaintained areas surround the maintained area. It is easy to see that at one point this establishment was an attraction level destination on par with any to be found inside of the Orlando area but for whatever reason is reducing in size without maintenance or updating. That being said, the areas that are being maintained are well groomed and the staff are top-notch. I would highly recommend visiting once but no one I spoke with would ever return for a second encounter within the year.

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  • Prices very reasonable. Air boat ride is strictly for the opportunity to ride an air boat... not for sight seeing. Buggy ride was very interesting but the animals in the area have been brought in... so not animals that are indigenous to the area. Instead animals from Africa. The best part was the nature walk which, when I was there, no one seemed to be aware of. It is a boardwalk that goes through dense growth of the Everglades. There I was able to spot alligators in the wild, snakes and interesting flora. A bit scary since the growth is so think and it is all around and over the walkway.

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  • A Glimpse of the Everglades. I am Floridian and yet never visited before now. My Harley-loving husband felt like a Harley ride on Snake Road so we decided to check this out. Snake road goes through the reservation (Seminole Tribe) so the ride itself is pretty interesting to see all the infrastructure of the reservation such as the senior care and the community center. We both had very low expectations thinking that the park would just be a couple of air boats and maybe some alligator wrestling or something. Turns out this park was much bigger than we realized (not huge, just bigger than our expectations). They had animals from all around the world (which did seem odd so this is not necessarily a true Florida experience but it does add some more interest). We took the short air boat ride (I believe it was about 20 minutes) which is where you see a more natural Florida (plus some exotic animals the park felt they needed to add and the channel may be man-made however the Indians did make channels through the mangroves even before the white men arrived). I included a photo from the ride because it was just so beautiful, so serene. We plan to return to check out the swamp buggies. This park did not necessarily make any references to the Indians and their connection to the land, especially of being the true Florida natives however there is a museum one passes to get to this park which does make the connection and so I would recommend that also for a more complete picture.

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