For many people Florida holidays are about Walt Disney World and that is simply fantastic, but Florida has so much more to offer, whether you are heading out for a romantic holiday, or one filled with extreme sports.
With so many attractions based around adventure sports, there’s no wonder why people are flocking to Florida to experience the wild side of the United States’ sunniest state.
In collaboration with Florida holiday provider Florida4less, here are the best water based adventures to enjoy in Florida:
Best Places to Do Watersports in Florida
Cave Diving in Live Oak
Cave diving can be one of the most thrilling experiences that you can have under Florida’s deep blue waves, and with just a two or four day course, you can learn all there is to know about cave diving.
If you happen to be enjoying a road trip around the great state, then remember to stop off at Live Oak’s Dive Outpost for some expert cave diving lessons.
Kiteboarding in Key West
Kiteboarding (or Kitesurfing in Europe) is a sport that has taken the world by storm over the last few years and there simply is no better place to do it than in Key West with The Kitehouse.
Originally established in Puerto Rico, The Kitehouse invites people to escape six miles away from civilisation to the warm seas of the Caribbean for a day full of white knuckle adventure.
Scuba Diving in Tampa Bay
If viewing the ocean from below the surface is your kind of thing, then Tampa Bay provides some of the most picturesque waters in the Gulf of Mexico.
Sunshine Scuba provides the Bay’s premier dive centre, making it the best place to start out for beginners. From pool instruction to full days out in the water, you can enjoy a full day learning how to scuba dive like a professional.
Jet Ski Tours in Miami
If you’ve ever fancied a ride on a Jetski but have never quite mustered up the courage, then you’ll be glad to know that Jet-Ski tours of Miami Inc. actually takes you on a tour around the beautiful city islands of Miami.
With both dolphins and manatees seen around the waters, there’s a chance that you’ll get to see your fair share of nature, and if you’re looking to save a few bucks, book online and save up to $50!