Deals for humans


15% off one-hour airboat tours
$8 Gator Park admission for adults
$6 Gator Park admission for children

$24 Drive-thru Safari Park admission for adults
$19 Drive-thru Safari Park admission for children


15% off all airboat tours and experiences
50% off Gator Park admission

(Four-person max, discount can be redeemed by booking over the phone or being refunded with proof of membership upon check-in. Combos and Half-Day Adventures are excluded.)

FHIA (Florida Hospitality industry association) DEALS

Free 30 minute airboat tour for members
50% off Gator Park admission

(Three person max)


10% off Gator Park admission and one-hour airboat tours

(Discount can be redeemed by booking over the phone or being refunded with proof of membership upon check-in.)

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OUr baby albino gator

About Yeti

After years of failed attempts to produce offspring by albino alligator parents Blizzard and Snowflake, Wild Florida was blessed with a snowstorm of albino baby gators in 2020. From a clutch of 26 eggs, Yeti has become a superstar along with his three siblings. They are the World’s Only albino gators hatched at a facility open to the public. Wild Florida’s mission is to help people make a connection with animals. We hope Yeti makes you say WOW and encourages a new level of interest in these beautiful animals. Yeti shines a different light on alligators and other crocodilians by inspiring people to see them as more than monstrous eating machines to be feared by all.

By sharing Yeti with the world, Wild Florida aims to convert our fear of alligators into awe, respect, and adoration for one of nature’s most incredible animals. When people become more familiar with alligators, it increases their awareness and desire to help their conservation. We agree with naturalist Baba Dioum who said, “In the end, we will conserve only what we love; we will love only what we understand, and we will understand only what we have been taught.”

Age: 2 years old
Favorite snack:
Mice and chicks

Albino Alligator “Fast Facts”

Habitat: Located exclusively in freshwater rivers, lakes, swamps and marshes in the southeastern United States*
*There are currently only 12 recorded albino alligators living in human care. However, that isn’t to say that there aren’t albino alligators born in the wild.

Length: From nose to tip of tail, males average around 10 to 15 feet and females average around 8 to 10 feet in length

Weight: Males weigh around 500 pounds, females average around 200 pounds

Lifespan: 35 to 50 years in the wild, 65 to 75 years in human care*
*As of right now, the oldest albino alligator on record is Claude, a 22-year-old alligator at the California Academy of Sciences in San Francisco. The average lifespan represented above is reflective of the average lifespan for a non-albino American alligator.

Gestation: 65 days

Diet: Feed mainly on fish, turtles, snakes and small mammals

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