As kids get older and their interests change, it can be hard as a parent to find things to do in Florida. And when you have kids that are different ages, it may seem impossible to find things to do that all your kids will enjoy. Lucky for you, adventure is the great equalizer for keeping kids entertained. On this blog, we’ll go over the different types of adventures your kids will love when you visit Wild Florida.
People often think Florida and Hawaii are exempt from the seasons due to their location. And, if you ask any local, they'll probably agree. However, despite what people may think, Florida does eventually go through the seasons (in its own unique way...). But don't let this deter you from going on a Florida airboat tour! On the blog, we go over what the four seasons look like in Florida along with what to wear during Everglades airboat tours.
Florida is primarily known for three things: its beaches, Disney World, and alligators. From people keeping them as pets to Godzilla's distant cousins teeing off with locals on the golf course, you can find an alligator pretty much anywhere in Florida. But many people who visit Florida are surprised to discover that they aren't the only crocodilian species living in the Sunshine State. For example, southern Florida – in and around the Everglades – is one of the few places on Earth where saltwater crocodiles and alligators can coexisit because of the freshwater streams flowing out into the ocean. In this blog, we'll go over three key differences between the two creatures and distinguishing features to help you spot them when you go on an airboat tour in Florida.