1. Juno Beach Seaturtles.

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About Juno Beach:

Juno Beach is a white sand beach along the southern Florida coast. The beach is beautiful, and as an added bonus it’s home to rare loggerhead turtles.

Loggerhead Marinelife Center of Juno Beach promotes conservation of Florida’s coastal ecosystems with a special focus on threatened and endangered sea turtles. They rehabilitate stranded turtles and offer guests the chance to interact with these amazing turtles up close and personal. Admission is free, but a donation of $5 per person is suggested.

Hours: Monday – Saturday: 10am – 5pm; Sunday: 11am – 6pm

Click here for their website and Yelp page.

2. Tequesta Brewery.

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About Tequesta Brewery:

Tequesta brewing company is South Florida’s first microbrewery. This certified organic brewery pumps out more than 40 different beers each year. Visit their tap room and try a flight of six beers or buy a pint!

While you’re drinking, make sure to check out the bar! The bar at Tequesta Brewing was built in 1915 and is nothing like the tiki or modern style bars seen in many South Florida drinking establishments. The bar was originally built in a Pennsylvania bar run by a coal miner after his shift in the coal mines.

Hours: Tuesday – Sunday 12pm- 11pm

Tequesta Brewing’s Website and Yelp page.

3. Busch Wildlife Sanctuary.

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Busch Wildlife Sanctuary

The Busch Wildlife Sanctuary offers visitors a one-of-a-kind opportunity to learn about Florida’s wildlife and natural environments. This unique refuge combines a nature center with a wildlife hospital. So it’s a zoo that teaches while entertaining!

Nature trails lead visitors through pine flatwoods, oak hammocks, and cypress wetlands. Along the trails are wildlife habitats exhibiting a variety of native animals from eagles to panthers, crocodiles, foxes, snakes, bears, and more. Its free to visit, though donations are encouraged.

Here are some of the animals you can see.

Cover photo via Captain Kimo.

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