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Top Activities to Try in Fort Lauderdale

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Top Activities to Try in Fort Lauderdale

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If you are heading off to Florida for your next holiday abroad, then Fort Lauderdale should definitely be on your list of places to stay in.

Located north of Miami, it enjoys good weather virtually all year round. And with a reputation for being the Venice of America – which is also its nickname – you can see that there is plenty to look forward to here.

This is definitely the case if you enjoy being on or around the water. With over eighty miles of waterways to explore, it is one of the best ways to see Fort Lauderdale. Its canals have been there for nearly a hundred years, and thousands of people enjoy them every single day.

These inland waterways can be explored best by booking a seat on one of the many yachts which navigate them on a daily basis. Many of these boat tours take in the most expensive properties in the area. You can see just who has the money in Fort Lauderdale, while relaxing on a peaceful cruise which takes an enjoyable hour or two to complete.

Once you are finished dreaming and you want to step back into reality, there is plenty more to see and do as well. If you travel inland a few miles you will arrive at Weston. This is the home of the Sawgrass Recreation Park, which gives you a wonderful insight into the Everglades and its inhabitants.

But while you can enjoy seeing the animals in their Exotic Wildlife section, the best activity of all is the airboat ride which forms part of your visit. You can never be sure which animals and reptiles you will see on this ride, but there is nothing better than viewing the Everglades from an airboat.

While Fort Lauderdale is associated with water in many ways, it has even more to offer on dry landas well. Take Bonnet House for instance. This is bordered by water on both sides, as it rests on the strip of land which separates the Atlantic from the Intracoastal Waterway.

The house itself will remind you of the kind normally found on a plantation. It is also a welcome change from the mansions you will see on the boat tours. Although it is big, it isn’t as outlandish as many other properties in Fort Lauderdale. It also has no less than five ecosystems active within its grounds.

You may decide to stay somewhere a little more down to earth during your stay in Fort Lauderdale. There are plenty of Fort Lauderdale hotels you can stay in which give you great access to all the best venues and attractions in the area.

All you have to do is decide where you are going to head to first.

Isla Campbell writes for a digital marketing agency. This article has been commissioned by a client of said agency. This article is not designed to promote, but should be considered professional content.