Boggy Creek Airboat Rides Tickets in Kissimmee, FL
2001 East Southport Road • Kissimmee, FL 34746
Experience Florida’s natural wilderness with Boggy Creek airboat ride in Kissimmee, Florida. Glide through pristine wetlands—home to an array of birds, turtles, alligators, and other wildlife, at speeds of up to 45mph. Expert captains ensure a safe and unforgettable journey, making it a must-visit for nature lovers of all ages in the heart of Central Florida!
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Boggy Creek Airboat Adventures is located just south of Orlando at 2001 E. Southport Rd. Kissimmee, FL 34746. Tours depart every 30 minutes and are on a continuous schedule.
Each airboat holds a maximum of 17 people. They generally limit the tours to 15 passengers or less, however.
Boggy Creek Airboat Adventures will take you into the headwaters of the Everglades, which has one of the largest populations of bald eagles in the world. There are also turtles, raccoons, wild hogs, armadillos, deer, and an array of birds. The animals are in the wild, so, they cannot guarantee sightings of gators, birds, etc. The captains are familiar with the area and each tour is unique and may lead to many different discoveries.
The longer you are out on the airboat the better chance you have seeing more wildlife. The one-hour ride takes you further into the swamps then the half-hour tour and is more personalized. The night tour is the only one they guarantee to see alligators.
For each tour that you must select a start time for, you will need to arrive at least 30 minutes prior to your tour's departure time. If you are scheduled to arrive around high traffic times in the late afternoon, please leave in plenty of time before your scheduled time. They cannot hold the ride for you but will try to get you on another later one.
Wheelchairs can get all the way to the boat, however, they are not able to have a wheelchair on the boat. Also, there are 3 steps into the boat.
Yes, service animals are permitted as long as they are on a leash and in control. However, if the captain deems the animal is not in control and could cause a risk for other passengers, then he may refuse boarding on the boat.
Wear comfortable clothing and sunscreen as you will be in the sun for 30 minutes to an hour. Bug repellent is also recommended. Temperatures are cooler on the water, so you may also want to bring along a sweater or jacket. Jackets or sweaters are highly recommended for the night tour.