While not exactly the small steam launch in the 1951 Bogart and Hepburn classic film The African Queen, it's still a leisurely drift up SWFL's most significant river, the Caloosahatchee.
There are a few area campgrounds that offer a chance to camp by the beach, an activity that can be enjoyed throughout the year.
Useppa is a place of silence, evoking not only the recent past but also the distant past—eons before Europeans first ventured here in the 16th century.
You don’t have to go far for majestic mountain water views.
The 80-year-old establishment is a Sanibel-Captiva community staple: a source for community events and entertainment, local getaways and more.
The family owned cruise and tour company aims to share the island and its neighboring cities with both those who visit and residents, alike.
Hotels that encourage their guests to unwind and unplug.
St. Simons Island, Sea Island, Little St. Simons Island and Jekyll Island... Although they all have stories to tell about life in the South, St. Simons is the island that charms the most.
The history of Boca Grande has revolved around water. The southern end of the island was a major shipping port from the early 1900s until the 1970s.
The laid-back island life and alluring clear water makes this a perfect destination for a no-hassle weekend getaway.