Even in sunny Florida, it rains from time to time. Although it may be depressing to think about preparing for the worst, rainy days can still be fun for the whole family—especially if you decide to visit Fort Lauderdale’s Museum of Discovery and Science. This museum has something for everyone—you’ll be so engrossed that you won’t even begrudge the hours spent away from your jet ski rental.
Everglades National Park is loaded with opportunities for adventure and discovery. With 1.5 million acres of wilderness, this protected habitat has plenty of space for you and your family to set out on your Everglades excursion.
Every summer since 1991, Dr. Stephen P. Leatherman, aka Dr. Beach, has released his list of the best US beaches. He travels the country throughout the year judging beaches based on the water and sand quality, the facilities available, and safety. Last year Florida’s own, Siesta Beach, took first place. Beaches cannot be ranked again after they were named America’s Best Beach, so Siesta Beach is no longer on the list. However, once again a few local Florida beaches have made the top 10 list, making these the perfect places to take a Fort Lauderdale kayak rental.
As you start the exciting task of planning for your upcoming vacation to Florida, keep in mind Dania Beach. Here you will encounter isolated, sandy beaches decorated in palm trees and touched by the Florida sun. This beach town is in a prime location, nestled between the Florida towns of Miami and Fort Lauderdale. The town the beach is in makes this a great place to spend your day even if the weather doesn’t make swimming an option. It is known to be very quaint and full of places to explore including antique shops, art galleries, small parks with nature trails, coffee shops, and a bunch of restaurants.