Why Choose Wide Angle Tours
Simply because we are an Accessible and professional Team, Wide Angle Tours is a Tour Operator where knowledge of the destination is paramount. With our help, traveling will be easy and exciting. From our offices in Miami, Florida, specialty tour operator Wide Angle Tours provides expert advice, customized itineraries, and on-the-ground support. We also offer our Guided Tours in English, Spanish, Italian and French.
The following itineraries featured on this site are intended simply as a guide to highlight the endless possibilities of traveling in South Florida. Although we specialize in personalized tourist services for groups and individuals, we have a large number of experiences and a wide portfolio of destinations that can be adapted to the individual or group traveler. Contact us to start your adventure.
Wide Angle Tours was established in 1997 with a single tour service agency in Miami, Florida. As a fundamental part of our work philosophy is the quality, knowledge and importance of Tourism in our lives. We are delighted to announce that Wide Angle Tours is expanding day by day to offer the best and most exclusive tourist destinations in South Florida, thus creating a bridge between Florida and the world.
Wide Angle Tours' primary goal is also to assist and create interest for tourists in iconic locations that have historically come to emphasize wildlife tourism in the State of Florida. That's why we offer our Everglades National Park Wildlife Destination on a very timely basis. We are committed to servicing all of your Tourism needs with the help of highly trained, experienced, reliable, dedicated and service oriented professionals, who work with our specially experienced management under the new Rules and Regulations of the State of Florida.
Miccosukkee Indian Village
For Wide Angle Tours, the history of this country is essential when offering tourism. Originally part of the Creek Nation, the Miccosukee tribe migrated southeast from the Oklahoma area before Christopher Columbus and before Florida became part of the United States. In 1962, the Tribe was recognized by the US government and the US Secretary of the Interior approved the Miccosukee Constitution, giving the Tribe legal rights within the US government to a sovereign and dependent nation of the country. What does this all mean? It means that Miccosukee Village has its own law enforcement and its own way of doing things, separate from the US government. The Miccosukee Tribe of Florida Indians is proud of its home and welcomes visitors to his people with open arms to share a part of their culture with the outside world. Take advantage and plan a day trip to the Village, but remember to always treat it with respect and kindness, just as you would your own village.
There are actually four distinct Miccosukee tribes on the Indian reservation areas. There are two at the intersection of Krome Avenue and Tamiami Trail.
State of Florida
A Land of Diversity
The Florida peninsula is a land of great diversity and extremes, from the lush tropics of the south of the state and epic colonial cities like New Smyrna and St. Augustine, to the Florida Keys; without leaving aside the industrial and commercial city of Miami. Let our experienced Wide Angle Tours consultants help you decide which point of the compass best suits you and your group. The peninsula as a whole is truly a wonder of Nature, formed where an innumerable mixture of races and cultures are related, each contributing the most beautiful and historical of its origins. All of that makes it simply fascinating and is the main reason why so many people return year after year.
There is no other land that can boast such a diverse and wild natural expanse. Morphologically it is an extensive plain, covered by calcareous sedimentary soils, located a few meters above sea level and characterized by poor drainage that favors the development of swampy areas. It is dotted with karst lakes, including Lake Okeechobee, the second largest lake in the United States, located at 4 m asl. No. meter. and that it is 4−5 m deep.
The Everglades, protected by a national park, occupy the southern tip of the peninsula. It is a wild area of swamps and marshes with a unique ecosystem. Crocodiles, alligators, bottlenose dolphins, manatees and sea hawks live in the salt marshes, as well as many species of birds such as ringworm.
Feel free to experience the thrill of discovering the wild part of Florida.
Feedback from our satisfied customers
I highly recommend this Everglades tour. Antonio from France was wonderful and picked us up directly from our hotel and was on time. It was fun, entertaining and informative. He also cared a lot about all of us and we had fun. Blake, our airboat tour guide, was also wonderful and showed us many things about the Everglades that we never knew. We did see alligators but we did see iguanas and lots of other birds and wildlife. We also got a little alligator show which was cheesy but ok. Finally, we got a picture with a baby alligator included in our ticket price. It was a wonderful afternoon.
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