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(Miami-Dade County, Florida)
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"Rent a bike and set out on an exploration!"

We went on a cycling exploration through the Shark Valley and we thoroughly enjoyed it! One travel tip if you are considering Shark Valley in your itinerary is to be prepared with bug repellants. Spot alligators enjoy tram rides, do some bird watching and so much more!

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Shark Valley

Shark Valley is a geological depression at the head of the Shark River Slough in far western Miami-Dade County, Florida, United States. It is currently part of Everglades National Park. Shark Valley empties into Shark River in the Ten Thousand Islands of Monroe County. Shark Valley characteristically includes sawgrass prairie that floods during the rainy season, hence the name "river of grass"—Pa-Hay-Okee, from the Mikasuki language—for such marshes in the Everglades. Shark Valley features a Visitor Center with educational displays, a park video, an underwater camera and informational brochures. The entrance to Shark Valley is located along Tamiami Trail near the Miami-Dade–Collier County line.


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