Friday, 9 October 2015

Log in to Florida’s parks …

NATIONALGEOGRAPHIC.COM has created an online hub dedicated to Florida's pristine parks.

From winding channels and sandy beaches to wildlife refuges and cypress forests, Florida's scenic parks are often lesser-known destinations in the Sunshine State. The new editorial hub has insider tips, recommendations of what to see and do, and areas to explore.

‘We are extremely proud of the launch of the new editorial hub focusing on Florida's parks, especially as we approach the centennial of the National Park Service in 2016,’ says Kimberly Connaghan, vice president and publisher, National Geographic Travel. ‘This visually rich hub celebrates the natural beauty and wildlife that are unique to the Sunshine State and demonstrates Florida's continued dedication to the conservation of its pristine parks.’

… and win a holiday

National Geographic is launching an Explore #Florida Outdoors Instagram photo contest. Photographers are asked to tag their best shots of Florida's natural attractions and reserves, parks, and indigenous wildlife with #FloridaOutdoorsContest – and provide brief captions – for a chance to win a trip for two to the beaches of Fort Myers and Sanibel. The contest runs from October 14 to November 13. For full details and rules, go to

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