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Snake Bight, Everglades National Park
(1/5 based on 30 reviews on the web)
Snake Bight is located in Everglades National Park. Add Snake Bight to your Everglades National Park travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Everglades National Park vacation route planner.
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  • Very good product with the bulk of the meeting, very friendly guide and very good breakfast. This star circuit to alternate excursions and free days, while staying in the same hotel. On the other hand, avoid dinner at the hotel (not including lunch): 35 Euro, excluding drinks, for a simple buffet.
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  • The trail itself would be great. Unfortunately, it has extremely lots of mosquitoes on this trail. Our there bought sprays (others are useless anyway, but rather attract them) have not much used. We were verstochen in the shortest time and everywhere it buzzed around us. This, even though the visitor center showed the mosquito level medium. Animal Kingdom is but sure this trail. We have discovered several Gecko species, colourful birds and snakes.
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  • The trail leads through a swamp. Left and right it is pretty humid. This raises two questions: first, you have insect repellent? Secondly, how behave you if an alligator is on the way (or way back!)? Conclusion: we have turned back.
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