National Caribbean Isles Villa

376 NE 26 Terrace, Homestead, Florida, 33033, United States | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Homestead

Everglades National Park

A travel blog entry by dsandow


... habitat.

On Monday, we headed first to the northern side of Everglades National Park. We took about a three mile stroll at a place called Shark Valley. We are not sure of the name since it is far inland, but whatever.

During our walk we saw many birds, a turtle, and a cute little gator. We were not sure if mama was around and we didn't dawdle, but it was fun to see the little guy swimming around. The walk was very ...

Day 3: Treasure Coast

A travel blog entry by splencner

... routes like the Turnpike. A1A is a scenic route along the barrier islamds with dunes on the east and endless variations of animal-themed whimsical mailboxes. The houses are mostly huge. The beach clubs are huge and extravagant. Vero Beach was particularly impressive in the real estate department. The beach itself, though, is completely public in Florida. Some counties are better than others at maintaining publuc access points. At the end of A1A near Stuart I ...

The Sunshine State, Part 1: Everglades and Beaches

A travel blog entry by chadhanson


... Board Walk RV Park, it turns out, is the winter home for about 200 "Canadian Snowbirds". There was a large group from Montreal that apparently comes down every winter and meets up. After they all landed, we started to feel like a minority, between them and the Hispanic full-time residents of the park. I'll say this about the Canucks: they like to sun themselves with very little clothing (old men wearing speedos with bellies sticking out!), they love to play volleyball ...

Miami, so awesome!

A travel blog entry by mlcangel


Today we had an early start at 7-00. We had breakfast at the Hilton Bentley then caught a cab to the Miami Metro Zoo. We saw lots of animals and plants but the one that stood out to me was the Meerkat Exhibit. It was so cute how the meerkats would just jump up and follow each other! It was as if they were a cult! After the zoo, we went to ...

Finally anhingas

A travel blog entry by visionrider


... the shallow 3-5 ft depths.
Saw high flying spoonbills, flamingoes, great white and blue herons, ospreys, purple gallinules, brown and white pelicans, other herons, crocodiles and alligators.
The red, white and black mangroves revealed themselves, along with the highly poisonous Manchineel tree which native Calusas would tie enemies to, cut the bark and let the sap kill them.


This hotel, located on 376 NE 26 Terrace, Homestead, is near Shark Valley, Coral Castle, Homestead Miami Speedway, and Tropical Fun Center and Planet Paintball.
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