Historic Walking Tour of Fort Myers
Learn about the history of Fort Myers on a walking tour led by a local guide. Hear about the town since its inception as a frontier fort through to the present day as you take in historic buildings and picturesque spots downtown.
Unwind after a long day aboard a relaxing sunset cruise along Fort Myers Beach. Watch as the sun starts to dip below the horizon and changes the sky from blue to several hues of oranges, reds, and pinks.
Dolphin and Manatee Adventure Tour
Get up close and personal to Floridas wildlife on a paddleboard tour through Fort Myers. Get ready to encounter West Indian manatees, dolphins, sea turtles, pelicans, and many more species
Take a fun trip out to Big Hickory Island for a shelling excursion from
Fort Myers Beach. Join your dedicated captain and sail out to the island that
is known for its exceptional selection of seashells.
Fort Myers Beach
Fort Myers Beach is an excellent spot for swimming and sunbathing, as well as water sports like kayaking and parasailing. Travelers who head to the shoreline can expect wide swaths of clean, white sand as fine as powdered sugar, which is well worth the journey for many.
Six Mile Cypress Slough Preserve
Set on 3,500 acres of wetlands, Six Mile Cypress Slough Preserve is home to an array of plant and animal life. Before or after hiking, pop into the Interpretive Center to view interactive exhibits and learn more about the slough or peruse souvenirs in the on-site gift shop.
Although the nearest major league
baseball teams are in Tampa and Miami, those visiting Fort Myers still see big
league action in the form of spring training. Every March, the Boston Red Sox,
and the Minnesota Twins escape the cold for the warm spring temperatures the
city has to offer.