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  1. Feb 23, 2022 · The entire tour lasted about 2 hours and we covered several miles of gator-filled swamps with exotic creatures roaming around the outskirts. A few notes regarding the swamp tour: These are completely safe. Gators won’t try to come on board and there are railings to protect you from falling overboard.

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  2. Nov 04, 2020 · Fortunately, there are conservation efforts in the Honey Island Swamp dedicated to ensuring that these Louisiana alligators may live freely and safely. Thanks to a government-regulated permanent and protected wildlife area, which has protected and preserved approximately 34,869 acres of the swamp’s 70,000 acres, the alligator population has ...

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  4. Jan 08, 2015 · drwhoneyislandswamp, Manager at Dr. Wagner's Honey Island Swamp Tours, responded to this review Responded January 8, 2015 Thanks for taking the time to review our operation. As mentioned, we do see some small alligators during winter time, but the scenery of the swamp is what keeps people coming back.

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    • Slidell, Louisiana
  5. The top reasons why I chose Honey Island Swamp Tours: #1. The protection of alligators. I appreciate that Honey Island Swamp Tours don't pass around baby alligators, I think that is humane of them. All the other tours have baby gators being passed around and it's actually quite cruel to the animals as it begets potential animal abuse and ...

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    • 41490 Crawford Landing Rd Slidell, LA 70461
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  6. Nearly 70,000 acres of it is a permanently-protected wildlife area--the Nature Conservancy's First Louisiana Nature Preserve. People from all over the world now explore this wildlife sanctuary with him. Call (985) 641-1769 or (504) 242-5877 for Reservations between 8 am - 8 pm

  7. 5 separate ziplines totaling a half mile through the Maurepas Swamp! View wildlife including: alligators, turtles, snakes, waterfowl, whitetail deer, wild boar, racoons and more from the safety of the treetops! 2 Sky Bridges Elevation gains in style! Our unique suspension bridges are tethered between hundred year old cypress trees.

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