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Handpicked by a Miami Local Expert, we bring you our guide to 'Beautiful nature in Miami'.

Beautiful nature in Miami

The isolated Dry Tortugas National Park sits almost 70 miles west of Key West. The 100-square-mile park is mainly open water with seven small islands. It is recognized all over the world as the home of the majestic Fort Jefferson, the picturesque blue seas, the superlative coral reefs and marine life, and the vast array of birdlife in the region. The most popular way to get to Dry Tortugas is b...More info

Beautiful nature in Miami

Fort Lauderdale, abbreviated Ft. Lauderdale, and known as the 'Venice of America', due to its extensive and intricate canal system, is a city located in Broward County, in the state of Florida, of which it is the seat of the county, and is located between Miami-Dade and Palm Beach counties. Your airport could be Miami International Airport or Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport if y...More info

Beautiful nature in Miami

Jensen Beach, tucked into Florida's East Coast between Fort Pierce and West Palm Beach, once was known as the 'Pineapple Capital of the World'. The nearest airport to Jensen Beach is Vero Beach (VRB). However, there are better options for getting to Jensen Beach. You can take a bus from Orlando (MCO) to Jensen Beach via Orlando Super Tours Terminal and Port St Lucie, FL - Travel Plaza in around...More info

Beautiful nature in Miami

One of the natural parks best known for its diversity of habitats and for housing endangered species, such as the American crocodile, the Florida panther, or the West Indian manatee, is the Everglades National Park. In 1934, Everglades Park was declared a World Heritage Site, an International Biosphere Reserve, and a Wetland of International Significance. The national park is situated in southe...More info

Beautiful nature in Miami

Its location in the Gulf of Mexico and its mild climate lend itself to year-round outdoor sports, nature-inspired art, and plenty of places to discover. Many residents have access to 16 South Walton beaches, each with its own exclusive communities. Located along a 26-mile strip of white sandy beaches and turquoise waters on Northwest Florida's Gulf Coast, South Walton is about 25 miles south of...More info

Beautiful nature in Miami

Few may know that there is a rural enclave on the southern outskirts of the city where you can collect strawberries, see exotic tropical fruit trees, taste guava wine, and enjoy beautiful orchid greenhouses and gardens.  The rural region is called Redland, named for its red soil. It is full of tradition and home to long-standing locals who are trying to maintain its rustic beauty. For t...More info

Beautiful nature in Miami

Nestled between Fort Lauderdale and Miami is Hollywood, a classic Florida beach town that has been enchanting tourists since the 1920s. Hollywood Beach boasts a one-of-a-kind seafront promenade named the Hollywood Beach Broadwalk.  Walking, the closest bus station is A1a/Jefferson S, a 4-minute walk away. You can also take line 04, stop by Griffin-Anglers. If you're in Miami Beach, the dis...More info

Beautiful nature in Miami

Manasota Key is a gorgeous beach and eco-destination south of Sarasota and Venice, where you can visit seldom beautiful and nestled areas of the beach and eco-habitat without the inconvenience of a well-built beach; no overcrowding, rough parking, and not even some of the rarely long waits, typical of busier beach diners/bars, for your po'boy sandwiches and margaritas. To get there you have to ...More info

Beautiful nature in Miami

Sugary white sandy beach, crystal blue water, a wide variety of outdoor activities, and plenty of natural beauty are what you'll discover when you arrive at Saint Andrews State Park in Panama City Beach, Florida. With over 1,200 acres and many diverse activities to try, it's easy to fill a multi-day tour with fun and excitement. St. Andrews State Park is the perfect destination for someone who ...More info

Beautiful nature in Miami

Located at the southern tip of Miami Beach, South Pointe is a 17-acre park with walking trails, grassy knolls, and sweeping ocean views. The zone has a playground with elements of water and a dog park. There are lots of seats across the park, and there's a variety of art and light sculptures all over the place.  The park is located at the southernmost point of Miami Beach. The entrance to ...More info

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