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hi there I am going on holiday with wife and kids in southern Florida this august and of course a visit of the everglades is on the list. Our itinerary goes like this: land in Fort Lauderdale, drive straight to Bonita Springs where we spend 4-5 days drive from Bonita to Big Pine Key where we spend 4-5 days then drive from Big Pine to Miami where we will spend 5-6 days I have already looked at guides and learned that you don't just visit one place in the everglades but rather visit several spots which can be quite far apart. what is your advice ? what are the best spots ? can we do a day trip from Miami or Bonita ? or should we stop on the way and spend the night ? Oh, and we also want a ride on one of these boats with the big propeller on the back, any tips to try and avoid the major touristy airboat agencies ?