If you’re looking for a warm, sunny oasis this winter, Fort Lauderdale is the answer. A typical winter day in Ft. Lauderdale is in the mid-60s or mid-70s with a crystal-blue sky. Visit the sunny state, and experience beach life at its best. Florida winters are often so warm that visitors can still enjoy scenic beach walks, tanning, or even riding a jet ski rental. Doesn’t that beat scraping snow and ice off the car windshield?
Things To Do
Are you feeling the urge to shop till you drop? Located in the heart of downtown Fort Lauderdale, Las Olas is a vibrant, upper-class shopping district. This area is also renowned for its incredible eateries, art galleries, and other exciting entertainment. After spending the day basking in the sun, playing on the surf, or riding a jet ski rental, Las Olas is the perfect place to spend the evening.
A big part of any vacation is figuring out unique opportunities you will have that you don’t normally back at home. Today we’d like to tell you about one of these opportunities – sea turtle walks!
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.
If you’ve already visited Gator Park in the Florida Everglades, we’d recommend your next stop be Shark Valley. Shark Valley is located in Everglades National Park, near Fort Lauderdale, in the middle of the “True Everglades”, or the area that stretches 100 miles from Lake Okeechobee to the Gulf of Mexico.