Learn about the unique environments of Naples, Marco Island & the Everglades – Florida’s Paradise Coast – WWF

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Located at the southern tip of Florida, the Everglades – part of Florida’s Paradise Coast – is a UNESCO World Heritage site with educational visitor experiences. As the only subtropical mangrove wilderness in the US, and home to many endangered and rare wildlife, the site works to educate visitors while allowing them to experience the ecosystem safely. Everglades Area Tours is one of the only operators certified by the Florida Society for Ethical EcoTourism, with tours focused on being ethical, educational and non-invasive. The tours are led by experienced naturalists and use unobtrusive kayaks to explore safe areas. Florida’s Paradise Coast

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