9 Things To Add To Your Florida Nature Bucket List


Florida’s nature has so much to offer, from pristine beaches, waterfalls and barrier reefs.

You could spend weeks exploring the state and never run out of ways to immerse yourself in the stunning natural beauty.

Swim at a Turquoise Spring

Perfect for a day spent swimming in shimmering emerald greens and aqua blues, checking out Florida’s natural springs is the ultimate way to cool off in the middle of nature.

Chase a Waterfall

An absolute must-see waterfall in Florida is a 73-foot fall cascading down into an impressive sinkhole at Falling Waters State Parks in Chipley.

Explore a Remote National Park in the Middle of the Ocean

Dry Tortugas National Park is a prime example of this, and visiting is a must on any traveler’s bucket list, especially if you’re into off-the-beaten-path experiences and epic underwater adventures.

See the Third Largest Barrier Reef in the World

In order to see this underwater wonder with your own eyes, head to either Biscayne National Park or John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park.

Explore the 3rd Largest National Park

The Everglades is a subtropical environment that provides a habitat for many endangered and/or elusive species, such as the manatee, American crocodile, and Florida panther.

Relax on Unspoilt Beaches

Florida is known for its beaches, from party beaches to  family-friendly beaches to quiet places to hang out. But among the most stunning in the state are Perdido Key and Santa Rosa Beach.

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