We are now offer Photo Swamp Safari’s YEAR ROUND! Photo Swamp Safari – Arrive at the Big Cypress Gallery at 7:30am or 2:30pm to catch the morning light or the late afternoon light, for a 3-4 hour swamp walk for photographers behind Big Cypress Gallery. This is not an instructional workshop; this is a guided walk that will stop at several of Clyde’s favorite photographic locations.. tour is a very leisurely paced tour and tailored to your needs. We ask that you allow up to 4 hours for preparation as well as exploration! What to Bring & Wear long pants, long sleeved shirt, hat and shoes that tie. (such as sneakers). Bring your camera, tripod (suggested for long exposures), lenses, water, bug spray, a plastic bag to cover your camera in case of rain, and a backpack to carry these supplies. Pack a lunch in a cooler for after your walk. Bring a change of dry clothes and shoes for after your walk. You will be able to store lunch & belongings in our air-conditioned changing rooms. RATES: Two people – $212.50 ea • Three people – $167 ea • Four or more people – $150 ea October – March The weather always seems to be perfect this time of the year to go on our tours. Fall you still have the green lushness of summer foliage, winter the Cypress Needles fall and the winter birds arrive, spring the waters levels lower and you may even see animal tracks. April – September reservations must be made by phone 239-695-2428. With the right preparation and the mind-set for adventure, a summer walk is IDEAL! Walking in the pristine and crystal clear waters offers a unique experience that we look forward to sharing with you! Group Rates: over 10 people call for pricing 239-695-2428 • 10% cancellation or rescheduling fee • No refunds less than 7 days from tour • For reservations within 48 hours please call us 239-695-2428 Big Cypress Gallery, located along the scenic Tamiami Trail (U.S. 41), 47 miles east of Naples and 36 miles west of Miami at Mile Marker 54.5, about half mile east of the Big Cypress National Preserve Oasis Visitor Center.”To know the swamp you have to get into the swamp.