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A stroll in Nancy Forrester’s Secret Garden, once home to rare plants but now a sanctuary for parrots and other birds, on Key West.


The Miami Design District near Midtown Miami, which is rich in unusual art and galleries as well as being a classy shopping area.


Joining a Sugarland Express tour of Clewiston, known as America’s sweetest town because of its sugar cane industry.


Squeezing into a clown car and learning circus skills at the Ringling Circus Museum in Sarasota.


A live alligator show by the Gator Boys Alligator Rescue team at Everglades Holiday Park.


Hopping on and off a narrated trolley tour in Fort Lauderdale, past the cruise ship port, luxury yachts, beaches and historic sights.


visiting just for its opulent splendour.





Food lovers should make a note of the Palm Beach Food and Wine Festival in the winter and the Palm Beach Summer Beer Fest in August.


Palm Beach County envelops several stunning coastal resorts including West Palm Beach, Lake Worth, Boynton Beach, Delray Beach and Boca Raton.


Magic of the Everglades One of many attractions of West Palm Beach is to ride an airboat over the Everglades and see nature’s wonders at their fi nest. Don’t imagine for one minute that the Everglades is a massive inaccessible swamp. It is a magical network of forests and wetlands spread across southern Florida where many wonderful creatures and species of birds and reptiles make their home in the tropical environment. There are several ways to explore this extraordinary wilderness, including by the famous airboats and other boat tours, or canoeing and kayaking,


The Florida Keys on the southern tip of the state and Siesta Key with (facing page) a classic car complementing the Art Deco hotels of Miami's South Beach


cycling or walking. There are even airplane tours. The National Park, set up


to protect the ecosystem of the Everglades, is a breeding ground for wading birds that live alongside the Florida panther, alligators, manatee, fi sh, and other mammals and reptiles. A good place to start is the Gulf Coast Visitor Center in Everglades City where fi lms, brochures and educational displays set the scene for an Everglades adventure. Two hiking trails are open to visitors on the Florida Panther National Wildlife Refuge where


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