Out of all the parks, Biscayne National Park turns out to be the most complete thanks to its marine environment. The park, which has been in existence since 1968, stretches over a surface of 180,000 acres. A stroll in the mangrove allows you to discover the beautiful landscapes and spectacles of nature. Tropical trees, sea mammals and shellfish have found their home in the park. With a little luck, you could even approach some manatees or sea turtles.
The park stretches over 2356 mi² and is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.© Steve Byland / 123RF
The southernmost park in the United States, Ingraham Lake is located at the park's southern boundary.© Charlie Borland / age fotostock
The lush vegetation includes many different types of trees: evergreen oaks, wild lemon, orange, and rubber trees, and custard-apple are some of the indigenous species.© Daniel Korzeniewski / 123RF
The park has observation trails that allow visitors to admire the nature from above© Goodluz / 123RF
An ibis and a crocodile, two of the animals that symbolise the park and the territory as a whole.© Jiggo Warin / 123RF