- Eat hearty soul food on Sistrunk Boulevard
- Stroll the white wave wall at the Beachfront Promenade
- Sip a latte at Las Olas Boulevard
- Cruise the Intracoastal Waterway and Millionaire's Row
Located on the Atlantic coast 23 miles north of Miami, Fort Lauderdale is a laid-back beach resort with Venice-like series of canals and waterways. A favourite among beach-goers, Fort Lauderdale has year-round warm temperature and a seemingly endless restaurants, shops and laid back sandy beaches.
A city for beam bums and nature lovers, stroll along the white wave wall or the bick-paved path at the Beachfront Promenade or go alligator spotting at the Sawgrass Recreation Park. Sip a latte or join a food tour along Las Olas Boulevard, a sophisticated mile of fashion, art and sidewalk cafes.
Nestled between the beach and the Intracoastal Waterway, learn about Fort Lauderdale history, art and nature at the Bonnet House Museum & Gardens a 35-acre estate. Explore the botanical gardens and Everglades wildlife sanctuary at the Flamingo Gardens, with it’s exotic birds, alligators, flamingos, bobcats, black bears and Florida panthers.
Best Time to Visit:
The best time to travel to Fort Lauderdale is during December to April, making it the perfect getaway for anyone looking to escape the bitter winter temperatures.