Everglades Bicycle Tour

Available seasonal ONLY November - May
All Cycling Levels for this moderate tour.
2 1/2 to 3-hour scenic nature route on
level hard-packed roads/trails.

All equipment included: high-quality geared bicycles, water, snacks, binoculars, helmets, and a Certified FL Master Naturalist Guide.

$99.00 per person plus tax.

Minimum Age: 14-years old

Minimum Height: 58"

Family, group, and private tour rates are available contact us directly.

Please call or text 239-580-7960.


                                   The Everglades Guided Bicycle Tour

Naples Bicycle Tours provides a unique opportunity for people to observe and enjoy the Everglades in its natural state.  
Our Certified Naturalist Guides will show you the hidden secrets of this amazing landscape. The Everglades offers scenic beauty that may escape visitors at first glance.  It requires close inspection and rewards those who take the time to observe and explore its natural treasures. Traveling by bicycle allows the freedom to explore this subtropical paradise of cypress swamps, freshwater marshes, wet and dry prairies, and rare tropical hardwood hammocks.  Few places in the world can rival the variety and diversity of more than 440 species of birds, mammals, and reptiles. Visitors will experience several different ecological areas in one tour. Wildlife viewing is excellent and we have been privileged to observe the Florida panther, Black bear, deer, otters, bobcat, alligators, turkey, boar, mink, unusual birds, and beautiful butterflies.  We ride among rare and endangered plants such as native orchids, tropical flowering trees, giant ferns, fruit trees, towering palms, rare hardwood trees, herbs, and bromeliads. 
Our small group tours allow the visitor a unique and fun way of experiencing the Everglades.


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​​Naples Bicycle Tours    est. 1997

"There are no other Everglades in the world. They are, they have always been, one of the unique regions of the earth, remote, never wholly known. Nothing anywhere else is like them..." 

  Pioneer conservationist - Marjory Stoneman Douglas