The main event for any trip to Fort Lauderdale is this beautiful 7-mile white sand beach. Public drinking laws have transformed the former party stop into a family friendly haven.
The best way to explore this wet swampy ecosystem is skimming over the water in a futuristic airboat. Meet the Everglades’ rare birds, and the alligators who love them.
Dodge the palm trees when you walk, bike, or skate along this magnificent beach’s famous boardwalk, with restaurants and hotels just steps from the sand.
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Stroll through the grounds of this stunning historic waterfront estate. The Bonnet House’s ornate rooms, priceless artwork, and fragrant tropical gardens represent a century of fine Florida living.
Feeling sporty? Race over to Brian Piccolo Park’s tennis courts, baseball fields, world-class skate park, and very unique biking velodrome.
Clear water, clean and soft sand, and great looking people. The beach is huge. It is definitely worth a days visit if you are in the area. The art deco buildings are
Since we love watching Swamp People, we cannot pass the opportunity to visit the Everglades and see an alligator or three in their natural habitat. There are a number of
The cruise through the canals of Ft. Lauderdale was great. The tour guide gave a really informative and entertaining presentation. The meal was good and the kids loved
If you're looking for a budget vacation or you just want to enjoy the natural habitat in Fort Lauderdale, the Hugh Taylor Birch State Park is the place to go. Fishing,
Las Olas Beach is less trendy and less liberal in terms of how skimpy the swimsuits are than South Beach, but probably more liberal when it comes to alcohol. You can