Travel & Outdoors
With water surrounding three quarters of the peninsula, South Florida offers some of the most exciting and diverse Jet Ski riding experiences in the Western Hemisphere. Here are the top places to rent Jet Skis in South Florida.
Enjoy the nation’s 239th birthday in one of these special locations along South Florida’s miles of coastline.
Looking to escape the daily grind of the big city lifestyle for one day? If so, pack light and enjoy the ride, because the following spots are the top day trip options from South Florida.
If you thought that South Florida had a monopoly on honeymoon destinations, then you were wrong! Visit one of these nearby Floridian and Bahamian locales and find out where to stay to have a heavenly honeymoon that is miles away from ordinary.
Change things up this Memorial Day with a fun weekend out of town.
Whether you’re an avid angler, a wildlife and nature lover, or just grateful for a little sunshine and blue water, south Florida’s abundance of lakes provides a great place to look to for a relaxing lakeside getaway. While many think initially of Florida’s miles of saltwater drenched coastline, its pristine lakes also draw visitors from around the world. From the largest of south Florida’s lakes Lake Okeechobee to the aptly named Lake Alligator, there are an abundance of natural fresh-water lakes to visit. In true Floridian fashion, the hospitality-driven area has a variety of beautiful lakeside venues to go along with these natural attractions. Below, you’ll find the top five of the many lakeside getaways in south Florida.
Ready to see something amazing? At these hotels, the amazing is everyday with spectacular views in every direction, you’re never going to want to go home.
The history, architecture and the fans are what make going to a baseball game an exciting adventure. All of these factor into what helps some of these stadiums make the must-see lists for all baseball fans.
Explore America’s natural wonders right in your backyard. Visit one of four South Florida national parks and travel north to central Florida to see how Florida does the wildlife, the everglades, history and water sports.
Beaches, bars and parties are the hallmark of a great spring break. Plan your trip to South Florida this year and experience two cities that have all three, plus much more.