Biscayne National Park

Biscayne National Park is a beautiful and diverse protected area that is particularly special during the spring season.

Location: Southeast Florida

Resources: Official Website

The warm tropical climate offers visitors an idyllic setting with plenty to do and explore. The park’s crystal-clear waters are teeming with life, making Biscayne National Park a haven for outdoor enthusiasts. There are over 500 species of fish, 250 types of birds, and 40 varieties of coral and other aquatic plants in this region alone. Visitors can take part in a range of activities such as snorkeling, diving, kayaking, canoeing, and fishing; hitting the trails to hike, bike, and explore the park; or simply take in the stunning views from a boat. National Park Ranger-led programs include educational talks and guided tours of the area’s history, geology, wildlife, and marine life. Biscayne National Park is a perfect spot for anyone looking to get away from it all and experience nature at its finest.

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