Everglades National park, a submerged park, which occupies 1.5 million-acre marshlands situated in Southern part of Florida State. This park comprises coastal mangroves and sawgrass marshland that is the home of numerous rare species animals. Everglades is the natural habitat for uncommon wild creatures like American crocodile, West Indian manatee, , leatherblack turtle and Florida panther. Visitors can explore this complex swamp ecosystem by an open-air boat journey through waterway. Visitors stop at the alligator firm to see alligators in their natural habitat. Kayaking through the mangrove tunnels, visitors can discover many rare species of birds and alligators.