As in my previous article I have listed some interesting places of Florida through which you can reconnect yourself with nature.
Dry Tortugas National Park :- The Dry Tortugas National Park is in the Gulf of Mexico, west of Key West, Florida. It comprises 7 islands, plus protected coral reefs. Garden Key is home to beaches and the 19th-century Fort Jefferson. Loggerhead Key has a lighthouse and sea turtles.
Fort Lauderdale :- Fort Lauderdale is a city on Florida’s southeastern coast, known for its beaches and boating canals. The Strip is a promenade running along oceanside highway A1A. It’s lined with upscale outdoor restaurants, bars, boutiques and luxury hotels.There is many other attractions include the International Swimming Hall of Fame, with pools and a museum of memorabilia, and Hugh Taylor Birch State Park, featuring trails and a lagoon.
Gainesville :- Gainesville is a city in northern Florida. It’s known for the University of Florida. Set on the sprawling campus, the Florida Museum of Natural History houses fossils and ethnographic exhibits. It includes the Butterfly Rainforest, home to hundreds of free-flying butterflies and birds. Harn Museum of Art has a huge collection of Asian and African works. The Matheson History Museum has a vintage postcard collection.
Pensacola :- Pensacola is a waterfront city in the north of the U.S. state of Florida. It’s separated from the Gulf of Mexico by Santa Rosa Island, and its protected beaches make it a popular holiday destination.
Sarasota :- Sarasota is a city south of Tampa on Florida’s Gulf Coast that was once the winter home of the Ringling Brothers Circus. Today, it hosts a number of cultural institutes, notably the Ringling Museum of Art, which showcases old masters and modern art. It’s also the gateway to miles of beaches with fine sand and shallow waters, such as Lido Beach and Siesta Key Beach.
Walt Disney World :-Walt Disney World is arguably the world’s best theme park for kids that sparks imagination and innovation. Parents will also love paying tribute to nostalgic Disney films. The park is over 27,000 acres and has four inside theme parks, two water parks, a camping resort, and many entertainment venues.
Biscayne National Park :- This national park protects emerald colored bushland and vibrant coral reefs – and is just a stone’s throw away from downtown Miami. Children can explore and be active in an environment that gets them one with their natural surroundings. No matter what type of outdoor adventure you’re into, you’ll likely have the perfect day out at Biscayne National Park.
If you are going to spend your vacation with family and friend in Florida then you should visit these places. Have fun with your family and friends in these places.