Everyone is aware of Florida's "Top Ten Things To Do" — theme parks, ubiquitous golf courses, and beautiful beaches. You also know about the outlet malls, museums, odd-ball roadside attractions, SoBe clubs, and the Kennedy Space Center. But what if you're looking for something different?
For example, Florida has a ridiculous number of inland waterways that are not only great for fishing, kayaking, and canoeing. Did you know there are places where you can go fossil hunting?
Florida’s State Parks are packed with hikers, campers, and tour-takers trying to escape the crowded beaches. But there’s a secret world of lesser-known subtropical forests, nature preserves, and wildlife reserves that are waiting for your discovery. All you need is the right guide and a spirit of adventure.
We have nothing against Florida's theme parks and attractions. Certainly Walt Disney World, Universal Studios, and Busch Gardens are "Must Do" experiences.
We also encourage you to experience Florida botanical gardens, zoos, and aquariums. But with a little guidance (from us) you can experience up-close and behind-the-scenes encounters with an array of fascinating wildlife and interacting with some of our most interesting and colorful locals.