When you pay your admission, you will be given a folded Gatorland map with a list of permanent attractions, and a schedule of the day’s shows printed on a paper slip and tucked inside. Check to see the starting time of the next show. If you have more than half an hour before show time, spend it gawking at the huge gators in the main pool. This should whet your appetite for what’s to come.
Your first order of business should be the live shows. It doesn’t much matter in which order you see them. You may want to consider seeing the wrestling show twice. In between shows, you can check out the smaller exhibits dotted along the spine of the park.
Give yourself at least 20 uninterrupted minutes or more to take in the Alligator Breeding Marsh and Bird Sanctuary, more if it’s nesting season. You’ll probably want to spend some time at the highest level of the Observation Tower for a great bird’s-eye view and then take a leisurely stroll along the water level walkway for a closer look. The Swamp Walk is restful but not a must-see unless you’re a bird watcher. Remember to bring along your binoculars for a closer look at the wildlife.
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