Spot Manatees, Alligators, And Other Wildlife When You Take A Tour Of The St. Johns, Florida’s Longest River
Here in Florida, we cherish the natural landscapes that make our state so unique. Not only do these places inspire awe, but they also play an important ecological role for countless animal species and plant life. Fortunately, there are plenty of places where we can observe Florida’s natural beauty and learn about its treasured flora and fauna.
One such place is Blue Spring State Park, a serene landscape marked by spring runs, rivers, and cypress forests. It’s also an important habitat of the beloved manatee. Plan a visit to the park and, thanks to Blue Spring Adventures, your visit will be filled with all kinds of recreational activities and wildlife viewings. Plus, you can take a guided tour of the iconic St. John’s River for an up-close-and-personal encounter with the landscape. Whether you prefer kayaking or cruising on a boat, you’ll be delighted by all that these guided tours have to offer.
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