Making the move to South Florida is a dream for many around the country. Everyone hears about how great it is, but to experience it firsthand is a different story. Experience unbelievable weather all year long as you enjoy the cool breeze flowing by. Over the years we’ve had the pleasure of working with a number of clients from out of state making the move to sunny South Florida in the Polo Club of Boca Raton, however we’ve noticed many of them ask the same question: what is there to do in South Florida? The answer: A LOT. South Florida is home (and within reach) of a number of things to do any given week—you’re guaranteed to never be bored.
The Orlando Parks
Just three hours away from Boca Raton, Orlando is home to a number of incredible attractions and theme parks for you to discover. Enjoy the thrill of speed on Universal Studios towering Rip Ride Rockit, or enjoy Disney World just like you did when you were a kid. There’s also Orlando Wheel at ICON Park, offering incredible vistas of all the Orlando parks and attractions.
Big Cities Right Around The Corner
Looking to head into the city for some dining, shopping, or fun? Then you’re in luck! Boca Raton is only 20 miles from Fort Lauderdale and 45 from Miami. Both offer an unbelievable wealth of cultures coming together to create a one of a kind experience. From fine dining to local eateries that you can’t find elsewhere, you’ll never be far from a dining experience that will blow you away. Fort Lauderdale and Miami are also home to a number of concert halls, breweries, and much more for you to experience on your own.
Explore The Everglades
Interested in seeing the natural beauty of Florida? You won’t have to go far for that, either! The Everglades is a short drive away from Florida’s Everglades, the largest wetlands on the planet. Home to several rare animal and plant species, you’ll be able to see it all up close and personal with your own private airboat tour. Glide across the top of the water as you traverse the riverways with sawgrass lining both sides. If you’re lucky, you’ll spot your fair share of giant American Alligators, or even a Florida Panther! Interested in bird spotting? More than 360 bird species call the Everglades “home”.