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It Came From the Swamp: Summer Fun Investigating the Sabine River Scenery

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If you’re looking to plan a summer trip where both you and the kids take some away from it, why not check out Cajun country in Texas at Orange and Port Arthur? The Sabine River may separate the Lone Star State from Louisiana, but that doesn’t mean the wildlife nor the ecosystem agree with that boundary.

It Came From the Swamp…Summer Fun Investigating the Sabine River Scenery

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The picturesque Sabine River is thick with lush vegetation along its banks and alligators within its waters. What better way to learn more about their habitat than to visit the Sabine wetlands up close. Book yourself a boat tour and prepare to be amazed.

It Came From the Swamp…Summer Fun Investigating the Sabine River Scenery

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The Swamp and River Tours provided by Adventures 2000+ in Orange are both exciting and educational (although that may be a bad word to your fresh-out-of-school-for-summer-vacationer…) Exploring the swamplands of Texas with kids ranging in ages might seem like a daunting task, but in actuality, this company’s covered boats feature sides which are 30-inches in height, giving parents and grandparents that added measure of security.

It Came From the Swamp…Summer Fun Investigating the Sabine River Scenery

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Without the use of airboats, which are noisy and can scare away a number of species in advance, your swampland tour with Adventures 2000+ won’t require the use of earplugs and will give your family the benefit of seeing those creatures that aren’t frightened away in the watery recesses of southeast Texas. Captain Eli Tate offers your family one of the most entertaining and unobtrusive experiences in the Sabine wetlands as possible. The children will witness the biodiversity of the area together with the species that thrive there, and the natural flora and fauna the region can and does boast about. The rich natural history of Southeast Texas is waiting for you and your summer vacation time – get out and investigate the Sabine River scenery!