Offering full one-hour tours every day of the week, Wild Willy’s Airboat Tours let guests see 23,000 beautiful acres of Lake Toho while taking a narrated airboat tour on a more intimate six-passenger airboat. Guests can take photos with live gators at the Wild Willy’s aquarium, dine on gator bites at the on-site Headwater’s Take-Out, and get an up-close view of Florida’s incredible wildlife.
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Port Moody, Canada
We reserved about a week ahead to ensure the early morning spot we wanted, as we heard the chances of spotting gators are highest in the morning. We actually got a phone call from them while we were driving, about 30 min before arriving, to verify we know the way. Arrived a bit earlier than the requested 15 min ahead of time, and they were ready for us. Captain Eddie was skilful, knowledgeable and kind. He actually watched the kids’ reaction to the speed he travelled at to make sure they enjoy it. It was a combination of slow leisurely ride and a fun spinning joy ride. The lake is stunning, travelling among lilipads and purple flowers. I could have stayed there for hours... but 1h was enough for the rest of us. Captain Eddie’s keen eyes found us multiple wild gators including two big ones (12 foot long!), as well as bald eagles and other birds. We got to hold their pet baby gator which was surprisingly fun.
West Islip, New York
Tyler our airboat, captain was very good. he showed us some gators,turtles and some bald eagles.it was a great tour and very informative..our whole family enjoyed the adventure..
I would definitely visit this location again. The highlight of the tour for my children was holding Cricket (the baby gator) at the end. I wish we could have seen more gator action, but it was a warm day and I am sure they were all someplace cool. No fault of the airboat captain, just nature. We saw many bald eagles and lots of other birds. A beautiful location.
An awesome way to spend a morning. Matt was very whitty, and knoweldgeable about the Everglades. We took our 2 girls, aged 3 & 4 and they loved it!!! Thanks Wild Willy's!
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Can you feed the wildlife you see aboard the airboat tours?
No, there is Absolutely no feeding the wildlife and with that, no food allowed on board.