Tuesday, June 2, 2020

Landmarks of Florida

Most interesting landmarks of Florida Below are listed the most amazing natural and man made landmarks of Florida. Natural landmarks of Florida Caves, sinkholes Beacon Woods – Waynes...

Silver Springs, Ocala

Florida has some of the most powerful springs in the world and one of the most powerful springs with a single main mouth are...

Wakulla – Leon Sinks cave system

The longest known underwater cave in United States is Wakulla – Leon Sinks cave system. The total length of explored cave passages here is...

Cherokee Sink

The beautiful Cherokee sinkhole has been a silent witness of neglect by people, who have used it for swimming and... littered it with garbage....

Wakulla Spring

Wakulla Spring is one of the largest springs worldwide and it is also a part of one of the largest underwater cave systems in...

Chassahowitzka Springs

An unusual natural monument is the group of the mighty Chassahowitzka Springs in Florida. Some of these springs have created natural limestone bridges and...

Weeki Wachee Springs

There are many giant springs in Florida. Weeki Wachee Springs though are special - more than 70 years here operates unique underwater show of...

Homosassa Springs Group

The beautiful Homosassa Springs draw a wealth of visitors - and there is a lot to see here! But the story of these springs...

Volusia Blue Spring

The giant Volusia Blue Spring is an unusual natural landmark. The deep blue-green basin over this spring seems to be cut with a knife...

Tarpon Hole (King’s Spring)

One of the best places to observe manatees is around the King's Spring (Tarpon Hole). This is a very powerful, subaquatic spring which can...