This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Visit Gulf County. All opinions are 100% mine.
The sun is shining and everything is new in Spring. It is seriously one of my favorite times of year. We come out of hibernation and the world is our oyster. It’s this time of year that I start dreaming of traveling.
Don’t get me wrong. I live in one of the most beautiful places in the world. I’m surrounded by majestic trees, clean air and all the critters you can handle. But sometimes I dream of the beach. After all, I did grow up in San Diego.
As long as I can remember, all I have wanted is to experience life. Put a fancy handbag and a plane ticket in front of me and tell me I can only choose one – I’ll choose the plane ticket every single time. Well, as long as it’s somewhere I want to go 😉
One place I have only been for work – never for play – is Florida. I have been reading up on all of the fun things to do in Florida in the Gulf County Adventure Guides. There is truly so much to do there! And everything is so close by since all of the adventure revolves around the water.
One guide that really stuck out to me was about Scuba Diving. I took a scuba diving class in high school and loved it. We learned how to scuba dive in the high school’s pool. Then, we went on a trip to Catalina. There was something so peaceful and amazing about being under the water with the sea life. I’d love to give it another whirl in Gulf County, FL. If you haven’t considered Gulf County, FL as a destination for your next vacation, you should check out everything it has to offer. Gulf County encompasses 43 miles of coastline along the Florida panhandle. One of the key focuses of the area is to keep nature undisturbed so the area’s natural and cultural identity can be preserved. The locals are friendly too due to the small town nature of the area.
Due to the beautiful, natural state of Gulf County, there is so much to do! There is truly an adventure around every corner. In addition to scuba diving, you can snorkel, hike, camp, fish, bird watch, paddle board, kayak, walk along the beach, dine and so much more.
To make your decisions about what to do easier, Gulf County publishes Adventure Guides so you can read first-hand stories and insider tips about visiting the area. They highlight new guides every month, so there is plenty to peruse. You’ll want to read the GCFL Adventure Guide if you’re planning a trip to Gulf County.