Shingle Creek which
is located right here in Central Florida is
the Headwaters for the Florida Everglades?
Right where we take you on our exciting
airboat adventures is where the Everglades
start. Come take an exciting airboat ride
and see where the largest living estuary in
the World starts from a little creek.
Orlando Airboat Tours is a Real Florida Experience
Orlando Airboat Tours is owned and operated by Marsh Landing Adventures and we offer the closest Airboat Tour and Eco Tour to all of the Central Florida Attractions. Orlando Airboats Rides fleet of boats are state of the art, premier 6, 10 and 14 passenger, stadium seating boats, which gives all passengers an unobstructed, fantastic, view of the diversity of wildlife and plant life that call the swamp their home.
Our fleet of airboats and airboat captains are US Coast Guard trained, approved, and properly insured. Enjoy nature at its finest on our 1 Hour, 90 Minute, 2 Hour or 4 Hour Wilderness Excursion Airboat Safari's now available. Our tours give you the opportunity to experience the real WILD side of Florida. You will see Florida alligators, wildlife of all kinds, many species of birds, and beautiful flora.
4 years in a row we have been voted, in Orlando Airboat Reviews, as the best 90 minute and 2 hour alligator tour in Central Florida. Because of our customer reviews and demand for our longer tours we have added a 4 hour tour into the Headwaters of the Florida Everglades. We are the only airboat company in Florida that provides a unique half day venture into the marsh and paradise of Central Florida.
Be sure to check out the rest of our website to find out more information about the best airboat rides in Florida, purchasing airboat tour tickets online, and making reservations by phone.
Welcome to the great outdoors of Kissimmee and Osceola County where nature and adventure work together to bring you a glimpse into the true wild side of Florida.
"Sit back and enjoy an Old Fashion airboat tour
in to the Everglades of Central Florida."
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Tours run daily Monday - Saturday 8:00 AM with our last tour departing at 5:00 PM. Sunday's tours run 12:00 PM with our last tour departing at 5:00 PM. We operate 6 passenger private airboats. If your party or group has more than 6 we have additional boats as needed to accommodate you. The boats will depart at the same time with opportunities to see each other and take photographs of each other while you are out in the swamp. Our tours do not run on a set schedule. Our schedule changes daily as we have many tours to choose from.
Reservations are required in advance to hold your seats for the day and time you would like to go. You may call our corporate office from 8:00 AM - 10:00 PM at 407-572-3561 or ticket office 407-624-0973 and you will be assisted by someone from our sales staff. Reservations are held with a major credit card until the day of your tour. Your payment will then be collected at the time of check-in where you will then pick up your boarding pass. You may purchase your tickets ahead of time through our website or day of the tour at our ticket offices. You may use Visa, Mastercard, Discover and cash. There is a $4.69 convenience fee for credit card purchases. Check-in times to our ticket offices are 30 minutes prior to boat departure time. Our corporate ticket office address is 2830 Neptune Rd., Kissimmee, FL 34744. Daily tickets, reservations and departure site is located at Neptune Rd., Kissimmee, FL 34744 as per our contract with Osceola County in Eco-Tourism. Please allow for 1-hour of travel time if you are staying anywhere near the theme parks to reach us.
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Be sure to check out the rest of our website to find more information about the best airboat ride in Florida. There are many fun things to see and do in Kissimmee / St. Cloud. Ask us about other great places to visit while in our area.
We welcome you to the jewel of Osceola County the true old Florida where nature, conservation and adventure work together.