Meditate with wolves in Florida’s Paradise Coast

Wednesday, 09 Feb, 2022 0

New outdoor adventures, nature experiences, cultural and culinary events top the list of what’s new in Florida’s Paradise Coast this year.

Located in Southwest Florida, Paradise Coast offers visitors 30 miles of sandy beaches, miles of outdoor adventure – on and in the water and access to acres of natural wilderness.

Comprising three distinct areas, including Naples, Marco Island and the Everglades, visitors will enjoy several new openings and experiences this year.

New wellness experience

Meditate with Wolves at Shy Wolf Sanctuary: Shy Wolf Sanctuary is a refuge for animals that were not accepted by government animal services, wildlife rehabilitators, or zoos. Far more than a rescue, Shy Wolf educational and therapeutic programs focus on animal encounters to create a healing connection with humans. This year, the Sanctuary offers Meditate with Wolves; a unique opportunity to meet and connect with the animals under guidance of trained experts to offer different approaches to meditation, energy healing, yoga, and relaxation techniques.

Outdoor Adventures

Night Walks at Audubon’s Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary: The sanctuary, located in Naples, has added a new guided walk to the line-up of experiences. The Blair Audubon Center’s 2.25-mile boardwalk meanders through pine flatwood, wet prairie, freshwater marsh, and the largest old-growth bald cypress forest in North America. Several days a week, skilled Boardwalk Naturalists will be available to answer questions and point out sights and sounds of the swamp for curious visitors.

Cultural and Culinary Events

BRICKLIVE Supersized Creatures Exhibit at Naples Zoo: Showcasing larger-than-life toy brick sculptures, a new traveling exhibit, BRICKLIVE Supersized Creatures, features more than 30 brick-built sculptures of nature’s ‘small and mighty’ species magnified into towering works of art. Guests will see a 12-feet-tall tarantula, a five-feet-tall praying mantis, and a four-feet-tall honey badger. The sculptures will be featured throughout the Zoo for guests to enjoy now until 17 April.

Everglades Seafood Festival: The famous Everglades Seafood Festival, held every February in the historic Everglades City, is set for 11-13 February. For over 50 years, people come from all over to hear great live music, eat seafood, and browse among the craft booths while the kids enjoy the carnival rides. Free to attend for all ages.

Accomodation

Four Seasons Beach Club to Break Ground In 2022: Construction for the newest luxury hotel along Florida’s Southwest coast is scheduled to begin in early 2022. The 216-room resort will complement luxury residences as the first Four Seasons property on Florida’s Gulf Coast. Resort amenities will include indoor and outdoor lounges and restaurants; a beachside garden with outdoor pools, cabanas and an event lawn; upscale retail stores; an event ballroom; and multiple dining experiences with views of the Gulf of Mexico.

Florida’s Paradise Coast is accessible to holiday-makers from various ports across the UK and Ireland with several services recently reinstated and new routes launched for 2022.

A non-stop service from Dublin (DUB) to Orlando International (MCO) with Aer Lingus operates three times weekly and from Manchester (MAN) to Orlando International (MCO) operating four times weekly.

Visit www.paradisecoast.com for more information.



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