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The largest subtropical wilderness in the United States, the Everglades National Park is an ecological niche so vast and diverse that scientists are still exploring it and discovering new and unusual ...
If the name Orlando, Florida is synonymous with 'theme parks' for you, and if the knowledge that it's a reputation well-earned daunts you, don't worry; we've got you covered. Though Orlando's theme ...
Rarely in life do we get a chance to remember what it’s like to be a kid again. We run about our daily lives, frantically ticking things off our ‘To Do’ list, checking emails and answering our ...
The self-styled Conch Republic has always danced to its own drumbeat, on the southernmost, and perhaps most eccentric point of continental USA. A party island, artists’ haunt, cruise-ship ...
The Everglades, covering much of the southeastern tip of Florida, is more than a big swamp full of alligators. True, you will see alligators - lots of them - but this unique subtropical wilderness ...
Skipping over floating brush and water, the iconic image of the airboat with its enormous fan is quintessentially American Southern. If you visit the Everglades or any of Florida’s many subtropical ...
For magnificent subtropical wilderness and lots of it, take time out to explore the Florida Everglades. The 100-mile, 60-mile-wide (160 by 96 km) “river of grass” is protected by the third-largest ...
At 1.5 million acres, the Everglades National Park is one of the richest subtropical ecosystems in the world, and it’s the largest subtropical wilderness in the United States. An astounding ...
Key West: a small island with big potential. The one-time home of Hemingway, the southernmost point in the United States - not to mention world-renown snorkeling, scuba-diving, offshore fishing, ...
Written by Natalie Grant, USA, October 2012
Famous for beaches and clear waters, Miami
naturally has prime fishing spots for you to take a breather between
all the trekking between Art Deco buildings and fusion restaurants. If
you need ...
Written by Natalie Grant, USA, January 2012
Afraid of alligators? The only mouth that’s going to eat you here is the
giant one you have to walk through at the front entrance. It may not be
as loud as Universal Studios, but Gatorland in ...
Written by Natalie Grant, USA, July 2011
Ambassadors have played a priceless role in the communication and upkeep of good sentiments between nations and parties for centuries. You may be picturing a serious bespectacled man or a ...
Written by AlyseInWonderland, USA, May 2011
Everyone loves zoos. But children and adults alike can have a totally unique experience at Monkey Jungle ! Located in southern Miami-Dade county (about a half hour drive from downtown Miami), this ...
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