Submerge Yourself in Florida Fun this Summer

Posted by on May 31, 2017 in India Releases | Comments Off on Submerge Yourself in Florida Fun this Summer

Mumbai, May 31, 2017: Get off of the highway and dive into one of the crystal clear waterways found only in Florida. With its pristine beaches along the coast, natural springs and beautiful lakes, the sunshine state draws in water lovers from around the world. What are you waiting for? Splash in and start exploring:

 

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Billie Swamp Safari, Florida Everglades, Hendry County:

Bringing the family to Florida? The Billie Swamp Safari will allow your family to explore the untamed beauty of the Florida Everglades, perched safely atop a gliding Airboat or Swamp Buggy. Come face-to-face with exotic animals like alligators, bison, water buffaloes and birds. After the excursion, stick around for the Alligator, Venomous Snakes and Swamp Critter shows to learn the history of these crazy creatures. Located in the Big Cypress Seminole Indian Reservation in the Florida Everglades, Billie Swamp Safari is an escapade every tourist must experience.

 

Tradewinds Island Grand Resort, St Pete/ Clearwater, Pinellas County:

Don’t want to get your hair wet? The “Jetlev Flyer” is a water jet pack that allows you to hover over the water. With a system powered by 450lbs of thrust from a 255HP super charged engine, the Jetlev Flyer propels you to heights of 30 feet and speeds of 30mph. It’s located at the Tradewinds Island Grand Resort; a short drive from St. Pete Beach. Tradewinds is one of the first resorts on Florida’s West Coast to offer this experience. Feel the rush of adrenaline as you hover above the sparkling waters, with the wind in your hair and a smile on your face.

 

Fishing, Merritt’s Mill Pond, Jackson County:

Looking to slow down and enjoy the scenery? At Merritt’s Mill Pond, one can enjoy a number of laidback and relaxed water activities, fishing for Redear sunfish being the top rated activity here. This massive reservoir is home to a number of springs; Jackson Blue and ShangriLa Cave are among the most popular. Cave divers can’t help but surrender to the charm of Marianna – a tiny town but a hot-spot for divers from around the world. These waters are the perfect spot for vacationers to fish, paddle, snorkel and swim.

 

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Devil’s Den, Williston, Levy County:

Want to take the road less traveled? One of Florida’s many hidden gems is the prehistoric Devil’s Den. This sunken cavern has a 60-plus foot ceiling and is perfect for scuba divers and snorkelers. It is a host to numerous fossils, including an early hominid dated 75,000 BCE, and a menagerie of now long-extinct animals. Here visitors can also access SCUBA instruction through the Dive Shop, camping and picnic facilities. The spring maintains a reliable 22 degrees Celsius, and is accessible all year. Devil’s Den Springs is a private facility, located just outside of Williston, in Levy County; a forty minute drive from Gainesville regional airport.