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We just took a fantastic air boat ride with Randy! He was extremely informative and went out of his way to find us gators, show us native birds and tell us the history of the Indian tribe and the area. We highly recommend this tour...More
As travellers to the US this is a really good opportunity to learn about native Americans, their treatment and survival in the Everglades.
The campus is quite small but our tour guide was very helpful and the alligator wrestling is not to be missed!
We arrived at 1545 hrs and spent approx15 mins looking at the exhibitors before watching the alligator show. Apart from one very engaging lady who was making baskets from sweet grass, the others were completely disinterested in sharing their skill or explaining anything about their...More
Spent $60 each on a "tour" which was mostly a silent drive in a mini-van for an hour each way, with driver on the phone for most of it. The airboat was very disappointing, being only 20 minutes and due to the heat we saw...More
Great educational Gator show at the village, but everything else was quite dated and not much going on. We wanted an Airboat Ride but was told we had to wait 45 mins and then they would have to review weather conditions which was fair enough....More
We went over after our visit to Gator Park. We enjoyed the visit especially the museum and the short film on how the indians used to live. The gator show was fantastic and very educational. The lady did a fantastic job. You can hold a...More
We decided to pop into the Miccosukee Indian Village for lunch on a trip on US 41 back to Naples. Found this casual restaurant be be clean and pleasant with an excellent selection on the menu. I tried the Cuban Sandwich and it was much...More
My group took an airboat ride through the wetland area and learned about how the Miccosukee natives once lived. It was a positive and humbling experience. It is good to know that there are still areas governed by Native Americans. Their history must be acknowledged...More
Small Indian village walk thru. Several of the booths had no one there just maybe some items lying there. I was expecting more. Like demonstrations of a real Indian village. Sadly that’s not what was there. The best most interactive booth was the lady cooking...More
I really liked visiting the Miccosukee Indian village to see how people lived in the Everglades, and still do today. A centrepiece of the village are the captive Alligators or Gators with regular shows. There are various other captive animals, and also wild animals that...More