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Tips for Nature Lover Travelers

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Traveling to Florida mostly alway includes the trips to the theme parks of Disney World and Universal Studios and of course visiting Miami Beach. Never do we think that the state mostly Orlando Florida is such a diverse city that it offers a great time for all tastes. For those travelers that want to visit the state but really don’t want to be where all the crowd is, this is the article for you to read. Tips for Nature Lover Travelers.

5 Tips for Nature Lover Travelers

1. Lake Eola Park: Located in middle of downtown Orlando, Lake Eola Park has fountains, a walking path, playgrounds, and paddle boats contained within 43 acres, most of which offer a view of Orlando’s skyline. Swans and other birds are also there to beg for food, while concerts and plays are regularly performed in the Walt Disney Amphitheater. The original Linton E. Allen Memorial Fountain was built in 1957 and comes to life nightly through a choreographed show set to music.

2. Harry P. Leu Gardens: Visitors can spread out across 3 miles and 50 acres of walkways to see rose gardens, a butterfly garden, and old oak trees, among other attractions. According to the website: “Each garden is designed specifically to further our mission: Inspire visitors to appreciate and understand plants.” The museum also showcases the turn-of-the century lifestyle for those who stayed there. Admission is free on Mondays.

3. The Orlando Wetlands Park allows travelers to relax and get back to nature. Bird-watching, nature photography, jogging, and bicycling are among the most popular activities, and nature enthusiasts can enjoy 1,650 acres of hammocks and lakes, including more than 20 miles of roads and woodland trails across the park. For planning purposes, note that the park is closed from Nov. 15 through Jan. 31 of each yea

4. Tibet Butler Preserve: Less than 10 miles from Orlando, this nature and wildlife preserve boasts 4 miles of hiking trails. The terrain isn’t rough, and learning materials are available so patrons can get to know their surroundings. The serene atmosphere provides an outlet for families to let their kids experience the outdoors.
5. Green Mountain Scenic Overlook and Trailhead: In nearby Ferndale, Florida, this area is great for bird watchers, nature lovers, and sightseers. Hikers who visit will experience a gravel trail and a 130-foot raised boardwalk that empties into a 20-foot-by-20-foot overlook.

So if you are a nature lover and don’t like to be with the crowd all the time, these Tips for Nature Lover Travelers will sure come in handy. Let us know if you have enjoyed this locations at all!

Bon Voyage!

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