Tired of being cooped up in your house and want a safe but wonderful daytrip? Here are 10 amazing destinations you can go to that can renew your energy, spirit, and life!
4235 Rambler Avenue, St. Cloud 34772
Home to over 100 exotic animals this animal preserve gives private tours…just you and your group! There are many photo opportunities and hands-on encounters during this tour.
24050 SW 8th Street, Miami 33194
Take an airboat through the Everglades and adventure with the alligators, birds, and turtles. This trip includes a wildlife show where guests see alligator wrestling techniques that were used by Native Americans. It even gives visitors a chance to hold a baby alligator!
100 Savannah Blvd., Micanopy 32667
Florida’s first State Preserve, this wonderful park features herds of wild horses and bison. Nearly 300 species of birds can also be found along with the alligators, deer, and many other animals.
907 Whitehead Street, Key West 33040
Go for a walk through the peaceful studio, home, and gardens where the late Nobel Prize victor, Ernest Hemingway, was inspired to compose books during his most prolific years. You’ll likewise observe living relatives of the incredible unique six-toed felines!
18730 W. Newberry Road, Newberry 32669
Spend a day with farm life as it was more than a century ago: guests participate! There’s birding, geo-seeking, hiking, wildlife viewing, and much more!
Come to the Sponge Capital of the World and see the Sponge Docks! Learn how living sponges are harvested from the ocean. Restaurants are expanded into parking lots and shops have outdoor displays. The Greek Food is out of this world!
1920 N. Forest Ave., Orlando 32803
Investigate an astounding 50-acre botanical garden minutes from Downtown Orlando. Each garden is planned to inspire our guests. These gardens include over 40 collections, including a tropical rain forest, Florida’s largest formal rose garden, a butterfly garden, and much more!
5401 Bay Shore Road, Sarasota 34243
The Ringling consists of more than one museum: Circus, Art, Ca’D’Zan, the Historic Asolo Theatre, Bayfront Gardens, and an Education Center. While some parts of the Museum are currently closed, there is still plenty to do and see!
4150 South Suncoast Blvd., Homosassa, FL 34446
Enjoy the wild side of Florida while you visit an endangered Florida panther, red wolves, manatees, and much more. Homosassa Springs takes care of these animals who each have a unique life story.
4200 Johnston Rd., Fort Pierce 34951
Come experience a winery like no other anywhere! Decades of growing experience mixed with years of vineyard planning and development make this a destination spot for wine lovers everywhere!