Did you know that just off the coast of Miami lie gorgeous coral reefs, pristine tropical waters and over ten thousand years of pirates, shipwrecks and Native Americans? A single trip to Biscayne National Park will change your views very quickly! This treasure is one of Miami's national parks.
Biscayne National Park is just south of the cultural and social hub of Miami, yet the atmosphere couldn’t be more different. At Biscayne National Park, you can snorkel and explore an ocean of colorful coral reefs and the dense population of marine life that inhabit it, or you can opt to explore the mysterious mangrove forests that line the shoreline. No matter which activity you choose, you’re sure to enjoy the unique beauty of Biscayne National Park.
- Snorkeling and Diving: If you want to have an up-close and personal experience with the beautiful coral reefs of Biscayne National Park, then it’s time to take up snorkeling and diving. The park offers private tours for both snorkeling and diving, so make sure you call ahead to book a guided tour. You can also rent equipment at the park, or you can bring your own.
- Canoeing, Kayaking and Boating: Explore the surfaces of the waters of Biscayne National Park with a wealth of canoeing and kayaking tours. Additionally, book a tour on one of the park’s many famous glass-bottom boats, where you can see the beautiful coral reefs without getting in the water. Don’t be surprised to see dolphins, as they’re known to play in the wake of these boats!
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. Visiting Biscayne National Park is a must-do for anyone who finds themselves down in South Florida. Be sure to take the day to visit this national treasure, as you’ll find plenty of amenities, activities and funQ