The Florida airboat ride – a must-do for anyone visiting the Sunshine State’s vast wetlands – is actually less “boat” than “air.” When that massive propellor gets revved up, you practically lift off the surface of the water. If the wind is blowing, expect a wild ride.
Since the 1920s, airboats have been a popular way to exploring Florida, and there’s probably no better way to see Seminole County‘s aquatic gem, Lake Jesup. This 100,000-year-old body of water in the heart of Central Florida is largely undeveloped and at this time of year teeming with life – including Eagles, Osprey, Heron and, of course, the ever-present alligator.
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