Our beautiful Sunshine State is located at the southernmost tip of North America and is well known for its peninsula shape, natural wonders, worlds of imagination, amazing beaches, and warm relaxing subtropical weather. Even knowing these fascinating appeasements offer much excitement and adventure, but there’s a heap more to shell out of this year-round destination. Swim with Manatees at the largest inhabited spring on the globe and explore the underwater extravaganza of Florida’s crystal-clear freshwater springs, living coral reefs and pristine shipwrecks that are recognized as the best diving sites in the world. The historical towns showcase the “Old Florida” history, style and nature with the southern living, good manners, and some of the most beautiful landscapes; While big city highlights speed up the action with world-renown theme parks and lively attractions and nightlife.
If you want nature at its finest, Florida has the world’s best. From the heart and soul of the Everglades with its one of only three places on the planet to have all 3 Global Award Recognitions, The Key Deer Preserve, tropical islands of the Florida Keys, treasures of the fascinating world-class reefs and wrecks, over 1,300 miles of coastline mostly of white sugary sand, the nation’s most unparalleled sunset views off Florida’s Gulf Coast, the Panhandle’s largest protected wilderness in the United States, Indian River Lagoon’s most diverse estuary in the world, and endless runs of freshwater springs, rivers and lakes all meeting two oceans; and we’re just getting started here. Florida’s diverse atmosphere is also buried in its roots with a bountiful of historical monuments and sightings both above and below water. Aboard a glass-bottom boat sighting old artifact through the freshwater springs and rivers of Silver Springs and Weeki Wachee Springs or find your sunken treasure diving the “Wreck Capital of the World” off Florida’s Treasure Coast. Walk a life of the past touring through one of the many Spanish Fort, through an unspoiled wilderness with fascinating wildlife, and explore our sacred Native American Indian Reserves. This subtropical paradise truly has a world of hidden gems and majestic wonders.
Aside from the main theme parks of Walt Disney World, Universal Studios, Busch Gardens, Epcot, Sea World, and the many others, Florida is teeming with indoor and outdoor adventures to keep the thrill alive during stormy conditions. You can zipline the lush wilderness of 100+ years old canyons with sparkling lakes or hit the Andretti Racing for and indoor zipline adventure, both laced with ziplines, hanging bridges, repelling ropes, and challenging obstacles. Surf the amazing beaches on either coastline with phenomenal surf breaks or try your skills on one of Florida’s FlowRider locations and rip up the wave pool. Skydive over the amazing landscapes and beaches or try the I-Fly in Orlando with stimulation of the real thing flying in a tunnel. We have award-winning zoos and gardens offering incredible sights of local vegetation and wildlife like monkeys, or you can explore two nestled central Florida rivers and see astonishing views of wild monkeys playing in Florida’s natural habitat. Dream big with your eyes wide open because Florida has a lot to see!
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