It's time to break out the holiday lights, bake cookies for Santa, and make sure you get gifts for everyone on your gift list! However, despite all the images and videos your friends might share of new products, you might have some reservations on whether that's the gift you really want to give. Well, actually, research shows that the best thing you can gift this holiday season might not be a gift at all. (A material one, at least.) In this blog, we'll talk about what research says about experience gifts and why you should give the gift of a Florida experience...
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.
With the ticket prices for attractions and things to do in Florida's top theme and water parks rising each year, local and out-of-state families are finding it harder and harder to find affordable things to do while on vacation in Florida. With the average worker's paid time off being two weeks, we don't blame you for looking for the most cost-effective, fun activities and attractions to visit with the limited time you have. To save you some time on planning, we've mapped out four different attractions you should include in your travel plans that will show you the real side of Florida.
Since the beginning, our mission has been to provide an unforgettable Everglades experience that promotes a connection with animals while inspiring education and conservation. To accomplish that mission, for the past year, we’ve been running our #FreeCityDays offer, where residents from a select city can get into our Gator and Wildlife Park for free one day of the month! But, if you're making the trip out to Wild Florida to redeem your admission for #FreeCityDays, you might as well make the most of your trip, right? After you and your family spend a few hours hanging out with our animals in the Gator and Wildlife Park, we recommend taking an airboat ride. Why you ask?