Tourist traps abound across the country and around the world, but South Florida’s most-talked-about tourist attractions are actually must-see locations.
About eighty wounded veterans got an up close and personal encounter with some of the animals in Jungle Island Wednesday.
There’s some new additions to the Jungle Island family with a little bit of a funny name.
Nighttime closures of the eastbound and westbound lanes of the MacArthur Causeway start Monday night.
Check out these scare-tastic Halloween events ranging from classical music, restaurant sampling, classic movies and more to bring out your masked mischief.
Whether you’re embarking on a road trip or taking a short drive to a local destination, Miami boasts beautiful drives around every corner. Choose scenic routes to make any drive less stressful and more fun, from impressive skyscrapers to the sparkling waters of the Atlantic. These are Miami’s easiest to access, most breathtaking drives, and they’re all less than 60 miles away.
For the month of October, locals and visitors to Miami can “Buy One Get One Free” on admissions at some of the area’s biggest attractions.
Dive team and fire boat crews responded to a boat accident near Jungle Island Friday morning.
“Bella” is the best! The name, chosen through an online contest, will be given to the newest resident hatched in Jungle Island’s flamingo exhibit.
It’s been a year since Peanut the orangutan at Jungle Island was diagnosed with cancer, and after receiving several courses of chemotherapy, she is now “doing very well.”