Florida's Guide to Adventure

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Day One: You are going to be staying at the Sirata Beach Resort and Conference Center.

At the Sirata you can parachute, go on fast boat rides, play volleyball with your friends and family, jump in pools, and enjoy fun watersides. After you have done all of those fun things you are going to eat lunch at the Sirata. There are three restaurants there,pick the one you think is the best. When you have finish eating go to your hotel room and get ready for the fun day we are going to have tomorrow!

Sirata Beach Resort

Wednesday, May 22nd, 10am

5300 Gulf Boulevard

St. Petersburg, Florida

Day Two: Pirate Day

Get ready to be amazed. Day two is filled with lots of pirate adventure, but first let me tell you about Florida pirate history. Piracy means the practice of attacking and robbing ships at sea. Pirating was one of the hardest and most dangerous of the early colonial occupations, but it often paid extremely well. To this day, pirates and hidden treasures may be found in many places around Florida. The first place your going is The Pirate Ship Royal Conquest. There you are going to do a water battle on a pirate boat, listen to stories, and go on treasure hunts. After that, you are going to a pirate show. The pirate show is at the Black Raven Pirate Ship. When the show ends, you will go to dinner. At Pirate's Dinner Adventure you will see another short show and enjoy great food! Go back to the resort after to get sleep and get ready for tomorrow.

Black Raven Pirate Ship Location

Thursday, May 30th, 9pm

111 Avenida Menendez

St. Augustine, FL

30 second ad for pirate ship Black Raven in Saint Augustine

Day 3: History Day-St. Augustine

St. Augustine is a very important part of Florida's history. For Instance, the city of St. Augustine is the nation's oldest permanently occupied European settlement founded by the Spanish in 1565. The first thing you'll do is go to the Fountain of Youth Archaeological National Park. At the park, you can explore the actual sites of 1565 St. Augustine, witness 4,000 years of Timucua History, hear the stories, taste the water, step into the past, and so much more. After a nice lunch of your choice, you will continue your journey to the Lightner Museum where you will see beautiful examples of cut glass, Victorian art glass and the stained glass work of Louis Comfort Tiffany. You will also get a glimpse of 19th century daily life.

Ponce de Leon Fountain of Youth. St. Augustine, FL

The Fountain of Youth Archaeological National Park Location

Thursday, May 30th, 9pm

11 Magnolia Avenue

St. Augustine, FL

Day 4: Loxahatchee Florida Everglades

You are going to Loxahatchee Florida Everglades. The everglades is a network of wetlands and forests fed by a river flowing 0.40 km per day out of Lake Okeechobee. Everglades National Park is 1,508,538 acres. Plans in 1882 were made to drain the wetlands and develop the land for residential and agricultural use. Everglades National Park was established in 1934 to protect the vanishing Everglades. There you will take an airboat ride, go slogging, eat edible plants, and do fun science experiments. You can also see wild animals such as alligators and snakes. Enjoy your visit.
Loxahatchee Everglades Air Bout Tour - Boca Raton, Palm Beach County, Florida

Day 5: Fun Day- Rapids Water park.

You will be going to the thrilling, exciting Rapids Water park. There are long slides, big pools, and obstacles which are very fun. It's 30 acres of fun with 35 of the biggest, wettest, and exciting rides. I hope you enjoy FUN DAY!!!!! This will be your last and most fun day of this florida adventure. I was your guide, Josh. It was a pleasure having you. Thank You and I hope you come back to enjoy more of Florida!


Rapids Waterpark Location

Thursday, May 30th, 9pm

6566 North Military Trail

West Palm Beach, FL

Rapids water park POV tour (Part 1)