Besides the sunny weather and beautiful beaches, there's something else that makes South Florida special: The fact that you can live here all your life, and still not experience everything there is to see. With that being said, what are the best SoFlo spots for locals? Where can you go that's underrated in Palm Beach, Broward, and Dade Counties that even South Fla. residents don't know about? What could be new to you that makes you say, "Wow, I didn't even know that existed so close to home?" Here's a list of 10 spots that fit that description:
Thinking of a trip to South Florida? While you'll certainly enjoy your time and have plenty of fun in the sun, you will need to put some work into planning your trip. What's the weather like? What type of clothes should you bring? What are musts to bring to the beach? All of these are questions that we'll answer in this quick guide so you can make the most of your SoFlo experience.
Whether you live near Key West, hope to visit by car, or have it as part of your upcoming cruise itinerary, one thing's for sure: You'll want to bring the kids along. Why? Because Key West has a ton of kid-friendly activities that offer an enjoyable experience for the entire family. There are too many kid-friendly attractions in Key West to include in just one article, but we'll do our best to give you the best bets while you're down there with the following list:
There's certainly plenty of fun to be had while on a cruise ship to Jamaica and other exotic ports of call. Whether it's fine-tuning your tan, lounging in the pool, or entertaining your kids, it's quite easy to pass the time. What's the main point of a cruise though? To see new places and get off that big boat. Jamaica is one of the most sought-after cruise destinations in the world.
Are you planning a family cruise in the near future? If so, you've probably started reading online reviews. And in your reading, you've probably noticed a trend: Tons of complaints about kids on cruise ships. Many adults are complaining that kids running wild are making cruising uncomfortable. But does this mean that you can't sail with the kiddos? Of course not. Several cruise lines are kid-friendly, and Carnival and Royal Caribbean are two of those. Which is the best for your babies?
There are various enchanting destinations in the Redlands that can offer families and children with an intriguing experience. Covered by the silhouetting, puffy and scattered cumulous clouds, the vast agricultural fields of the Redlands presents a serene scenery where your family can quench their thirst for an antiquated Sunday drive.
Are you getting ready to cruise from Fort Lauderdale to work on your tan and visit a ton of exotic locales? Well, before you get on that ship, know that Fort Lauderdale itself is packed with attractions to keep you and your family entertained. Here are five of the best attractions Fort Lauderdale has to offer that will surely spice up your pre or post-cruise itinerary in our list of five things to do before you cruise from FTL.
Camping in Bahia Honda State Park is a nice alternative to all the glitzy hustle and bustle that certain SoFlo locales like South Beach have to offer. While you certainly don't need much to have fun at this beautiful state park at mile marker 37 in the Florida Keys' Big Pine Key, you should come prepared to make the most out of your trip.
When you plan for a family cruise sailing out of Miami you get the bonus of a world class city to explore. If you can afford to add a day or two to your itinerary, there are plenty of unique attractions and activities that your family will love!
Before embarking on the cruise, consider a visit to these 6 must do activities with the kids.
Whether you live in South Florida and just want to take a quick, affordable weekend away or you are visiting South Florida from out of state and want to see more of Florida, South Florida Finds has some suggestions for short car trips (3 to 4 hours) you can take with even the littlest or oldest family members! For each location, we have included a variety of choices to pick from to occupy your time.
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