Boca Raton Airboat Rides Rates
It is always best to book your Boca Raton airboat rides with us in advance. We will need your email to send confirmation and directions, so please fill out the contact form with all information requested on our contact page. Also, please see our frequently asked questions section to answer any questions you may have about our airboat rides at the time of booking. Come and Enjoy our airboat rides in the Florida Everglades in Boca Raton.
If you only have time for a one hour everglades tour. Enjoy a glance of the Everglades and all it has to offer on a smaller private boat, not a barge that is no fun. This tour is more of a ride than an echo tour limited wildlife due to time. Email us today to make a reservation for this tour.
Our 1-hour Private Airboat Ride in Boca Raton: Note one-hour thrill ride offered in summer only.
$275.00 Includes up to 2 riders. After that, additional passengers 13 and older: $75.00 each, kids 12 and under: $35.00 each 5 and under free.
Our 2-hour Private Airboat Ride in Boca Raton
$375.00 Includes up to 2 riders. After that, additional passengers 13 and older: $75.00 each, kids 12 and under: $35.00 each 5 and under: free.
- Includes hearing protection for all riders.
- Private Airboat Ride
- Children 5 and under ride free after the initial 2 passengers
- Our $375.00 Gold 2-hour tour includes 2 passengers. Additional passengers 13 and older cost $ 75.00 each. Kids 12 and under cost $35.00 each; 5 and under are free. Come explore the largest subtropical wilderness in the southern portion of the United States. Classified as one of the widest rivers in the world, a river system 60 miles wide by 100 miles long flows from the Kissimmee River south to Florida Bay at the tip of the south end of Florida. Writer Marjory Stoneman Douglas popularized one of the terms or nicknames for the Florida Everglades. She called it the River Of Grass because of the water flow and all of the sawgrass found in the Florida Everglades. On your airboat ride, we often encounter wildlife such as the American Alligator, who makes his home in the Florida Everglades, and several species of snakes and birds such as the great blue heron, the egret, the White Ibis, and the roseate spoonbill. You may encounter native turtles that live in the shallows as well.