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The thrill of discovery is everywhere in our paradise. In, over, under and on our water are new experiences by the eyeful.

Before, during, and after it became Florida our paradise captured the imagination and hearts of adventurers, visionaries, and lovers of beauty, sport and nature's exotica.

It continues to call those of us who thirst for new and wonder filled experiences.

See Manatees - Take the whole family on this exciting 1Ĺ hour private boat trip into a remote Everglades manatee hideout. Trips are by appointment only ~ Call Captains Barry and Carol at 239-642-8818. Captains Barry and Carol Berger offer guaranteed private manatee sightseeing trips (for a maximum of 6 passengers), giving you the unique opportunity to get up close and personal with these amazing gentle creatures . . . and if you donít see a manatee you donít pay for the trip!

Speedy Johnson's Airboat Rides - A Florida Everglades Airboat Adventure Like No Other!

Naples Zoo at Caribbean Gardens - Rediscover natural fun in the heart of Naples. Explore this nationally accredited zoo with animals from alligators to zebras blended into a historic botanical garden - two attractions in one! See Tiger Forest, Panther Glade, and African Oasis. Enjoy exciting wildlife presentations all day and a cruise past islands of monkeys.

Little Palm Island
Imagine your own tropical island. A hideaway where you forget your cares beneath the thatched roof of your own private bungalow. You spend your days lazing about in a hammock or strolling beneath towering palms. A special treat is the sighting of a Key deer, small, wild deer that swim across from neighboring islands and freely roam across the resort more »

The Florida Keys are an especially treasured portion of the peninsula that is one big playground for men, women and children of all age and temperament. Everyone can find something pleasant to do here, particularly in Islamorada; this 'Village of Islands' is primarily known as the Sport Fishing Capital of the World but it has so much more going for it than rods and reels. Leave all preconceived notions on the mainland, because anything could happen in this exotic and action-packed more »

Bal Harbour
The Gold Coast, as the southeast coast of Florida is called, hugs the Atlantic coastline for more than 60 miles.

Within this endless shoreline are several well-known beach communities-Jupiter, Palm Beach, Fort Lauderdale and Miami, to name a few.

However, none is as elegant and sophisticated as the one square mile enclave of Bal Harbour Village with its lush greenery, fabulous views and romantic more »

The Florida Keys
The Florida Keys are the string of islands just south of the Florida mainland and runs 120 miles from end to end. Fort Lauderdale and Miami are fun but for a relaxing change of pace, the Florida Keys is the place to be. For snorkellers and scuba divers going to south Florida, I would consider Florida Keys a must. The waters around Key Largo are a protected marine park with a very healthy fish life and offer the best diving in the US. Key Largo is the first town as you enter the Keys after crossing the bridge from the mainland. It can be reached from Miami in an hour and from Fort Lauderdale in an hour and 45 minutes. Once the bridge from the mainland is crossed, the change in pace is noticed immediately. There is much less traffic and people just seem more relaxed in the Florida Keys compared to the more »

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