Before you head off to a Latin theme party or Latin dance show, try to sample the delights of this tropical Florida city.
With a Caribbean climate, you know that salsa dancing will be on the menu, but there's also plenty to see during the day. Naples has preserved a lot of the land in the region, with several land reserves for you to visit.
Take the two mile walk through the Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary, which preserves the bald cypress, and you may spot cottonmouths, alligators, owls, kites and storks. Naples is also home to the Everglades National Park, the largest sub-tropical wilderness in the US.
You can also hike through part of the Florida Panther National Wildlife Range. If you still want to see more wildlife, then check out the exotic animals at Naples Zoo.
A visit to Naples just wouldn't be the same without enjoying an adventure at sea. The tropical, Caribbean ambience is perfect for some daytime fun on the ocean, with plenty of time left over to enjoy some salsa in the evening. Try a Marco Island cruise or enjoy swimming, sailing and shelling on a Kahuna catamaran. Check out Naples FL Samba band and carnival dance show.
There's even a family friendly fishing trip with Dawn Patrol Charters. For those who prefer something with a bit more gusto, Babcock Wilderness Adventures offers the chance to do eco friendly tours in a swamp buggy while you try to spot the wildlife. Alligators, bison, panthers and more abound in this beautiful setting.
Don't forget to try out the many beautiful golf courses in Naples. Naples claims to be the golf capital of the world, with the highest number of holes per head. There are plenty of private clubs you can join to get the best from your time in Naples. Public courses include Arrowhead Golf Course, Links Of Naples, Riviera Golf Club and the Naples Beach Hotel and Golf Club.
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