Gatorland – a strange place you would like to avoid in a real life. Why? Well, maybe because it is crowded with alligators and crocodiles that are watching you from below. Screamin’ Gator Zip Line is a well known area where you not only get closer to the nature but also take a great package of adrenaline afterwards. You clip yourself to a special rope and slide forward flying high above the ground and watching alligators smiling and licking their jaws. Your journey will last about 1,200 feet of high flying and during your “excursion” you will see theme park’s changing one after another complete with one hundred and thirty giant alligators! Before your “trip,” Gatorland staff will help you to make your journey to the wild safe and interesting as well as you will share a great portion of spooky myths about this place. For more information you can visit their official site at www.gatorland.com
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Wild nature, sunny weather, challenging road curves and powerful 4X4 vehicles… what else do you need to spend your weekends right? Of course – the righteous place to go! So, let me introduce you Revolution: The Off Road Experience. This is the place where adrenaline is born. 220 acres of some of Florida’s finest countryside, 65 acre Trophy Bass fishing lake and beautiful nature – this is the place where your adventure is about to start. Though, there is something that you have to keep in mind: you have to be at least 16 years of age to drive the ATV’s or 10 years of age to be a passenger. But the good news is that the 4X4 Jeep Wranglers have no age restrictions for passengers and children under 10 ride free. Also, reliable and carrying staff at Revolution: The Off Road Experience is always ready to help you and answer any questions.
It is not a secret that some people call Florida “Wild”. And not because people here are not civilized and economy here has as many holes as Swiss cheese. Just on the contrary! Florida is known for its humane attitude to the wild nature. One of those places where you can see Mother Nature in all its beauty is known as “Wild Florida”. This is a picturesque place situated on 4,200 acres of untouched grounds, free of any disastrous human impacts, development or signs of human life. If you want to get closer to the nature and see this world in all its beauty, come to Wild Florida. You can organize your trip the way you want it: incredible airboat rides, on-foot excursions and else. Also, you can visit other attractions and hold a live alligator in your arms or get acquainted with tropical bird in a special aviary. And the best part – cost is only $6 roundtrip per guest!
There is nothing better than to run away from loud and dirty city streets into a quite place called nature. Fresh air, green trees and diamond waters – what can be better than that! If you are into safari travels and want to get the freshest breath of air – Florida EcoSafaris at Forever Florida are waiting for you. Whether you are looking for extreme adventures or relaxations – Florida EcoSafaris is the righteous place to go. This place is as big as 4700 acres with its own ecosystem and pristine conservation lands. Rear plants, rear animals and wilderness of nature will make you feel like you are miles away from civilization. The whole safari adventure is a half-day activity but it will be more than enough to get your body filled with great and unforgettable impressions. For more information and contacts you can visit the official Florida EcoSafaris site and get acquainted with pictures, offers and different kinds of safari tours.
There are lots of places to go to in Orlando, FL, but you shouldn’t miss the Wekiwa Springs State Park.It’s located in the headwaters of the Wekiva River, near the town of longwood about 25 miles north of the theme park area on I-4. It’s a place for eco-lovers for it’s clean and green, perfect for nature tripping. There are lots of things to do here like to relax, enjoy a picnic, or take a swim in the cool spring. By the way, to ensure entrance into the park, we recommend arriving early, for the parking area will be full and you may not be able to enter. For more info, call (407) 884-2008.