Our swamp buggy eco-tours are the perfect way to catch a glimpse of animals in their natural habitat while also learning about the ever-changing history of a working cattle ranch! Consider exploring real Florida and come visit us! We are sure you will love it, and here is why:
Discover The Natural Heart of Florida
From thrill seekers to birdwatchers to flower-lovers, our swamp buggy eco-tour has a little something for everyone!
Swamps are abundant throughout Florida because of the state’s flat land and substantial rainfall. These are home to many types of animals and plants that you are sure to witness as you explore the Babcock Ranch Preserve.
Your guide will point out lots of different wildlife, so you go home not only with a wealth of knowledge but also with plenty of cool pics to show your friends and family!
Learn About the Unique History
The history buff in your family is going to love all the historical facts our swamp buggy eco-tour guides provide!
Today, the Crescent B Ranch is a working cattle ranch with over 14,000 acres in pastureland, but back in the early 1900s, it was a timber business. Learn about how the pine-based pitch from this area was used in the diamond mines of South Africa to ward off termites and other fun facts from the ranch’s history!
Snap The Best Vacation Photos
Whether you are looking for a candid photo for your Instagram story or unforgettable memories to go home and share with your loved ones, you’re sure to get some great shots of Florida wildlife. You can browse our photo gallery on our website to see some of the amazing photos we have gotten from our tours. Everything from wild turkeys and cows in the fields, to alligators and turtles in the swamps!
Ready To Explore Real Florida?
Hop on our swamp buggy and get your cameras ready for an amazing experience in the heart of Florida. If you feel hungry, stop by the Gator Shack for some delicious southern-style food.
Our tours are open 7 days a week from 9:30 am to 2 pm from May through September. Our schedule slightly changes from October through April with tours 7 days per week from 9 am to 3 pm. Book yours today!