You’ll find no shortage of sustainable lodging choices in Key West. For example, Islander Resort pulls 45% of its electricity from its solar panels. Grassy Flats provides all recycled materials in guest rooms and grows the fruit and herbs for it’s bar on-site.
In Fort Myers, interact with history by witnessing the Mound House, an archeological site upon a 2,000-year-old Calusa Indian shell mound.
A trip to Tanzania is a must for any family bucket list. A visit to Serengeti National Park lets them witness zebras, giraffes, lions, and elephants in their natural environment.