South Florida & the Keys

Everglades National Park

Sight seeing from Shark Valley Observation Tower A “River of Grass” was the description given to the landscape in the 1940s by pioneering conservationist Marjory Stoneman Douglas. Within the park, this river still flows slowly toward the sea and gulf. Take the Shark Valley Tram tour to explore the beauty of the Everglades. See wildlife […]

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Key West

Travel with Sonshine Educational Tours to the southernmost point in the United States over the breathtaking seven-mile bridge. While at Key West, visit the home of the Keys most famous writer, Ernest Hemingway, and many other unique locations. Take the Conch Tour Train through the streets of Key West, and stop by Mel Fisher’s Museum […]

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Theater of the Sea

Dolphin Show Theater of the Sea, established in 1946, is the second oldest marine mammal facility in the world. Its natural salt water lagoon was originally a quarry that supplied rock for Henry Flagler’s famous railroad which opened the Keys to the rest of the country in the early 1900’s. Today the lagoon is home […]

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John Pennekamp

Lobster John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park is a Florida State Park, located on Key Largo. It was the first underwater park in the US. The primary attractions are the coral reefs and their associated marine life. Enjoy a unique glimpse into the serene undersea world in style and comfort, on a 65 foot high-speed […]

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Jungle Island

Macaw Parrot Sonshine Educational Tours can arrange for your students to experience Jungle Island, which features exciting shows and exhibits, including a parrot show, playful baby apes, flamingos, and so much more amidst a lush tropical jungle. It is the home of over 1,100 tropical birds and numerous varieties of plants and flowers. Packages include […]

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