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Popular Attractions in Sarasota

Sarasota Jungle Gardens
5/5
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Botanical Garden
3701 Bay Shore Road, Sarasota, FL 34234
Siesta Key Beach
5/5
3 Reviews
Beach
948 Beach Rd, Siesta Key, FL 34242
Anna Maria Island
4.8/5
5 Reviews
Beach
Island/Peninsula
Anna Maria, FL, USA
Manatee Village Historical Park
4/5
1 Reviews
1404 Manatee Ave E, Bradenton, FL 34208

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Sarasota Transportation

Flights : Sarasota Airport caters largely to the domestic flights within the US. International flights must first transit through New Orleans International Airport and then to Sarasota.

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Best Experience in Sarasota

Although Sarasota has a small harbor, it is a popular retreat place for many US politicians, affluent businessmen and Hollywood celebrities. The many high end colonial and beach houses by the sea and miles of white sand beaches makes it a much sought after place by the beach. Go to a local coffeehouse and experience the Southern Florida’s laid-back way of life. Sarasota is also a place of the arts where there are frequent plays, ballet, orchestra and other artistic performances. Every year, concerts of classical, contemporary, family and other genres of music will be organized here.

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Sarasota Weather

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Sarasota Weather
The climate in Sarasota is warm and humid and is separated into the wet and dry spells. From June to October is the rainy season where the temperature is hot and humid with frequent windstorms and torrential rains and it is not suitable for outdoor activities. November to May is the dry spell and the air is cool and relaxing and is conducive to go travelling.

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Guide to Siesta Key Beach: World’s Whitest Finest Sand
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Siesta Key Beach, Crescent Beach and Turtle Beach, these 8 mile stretch of Gulf of Mexico are often described as the “World’s whitest finest sand.” Each one of these beaches offers a slightly different beach experience, but they all share the same vernal blue skies, ocean breezes, and serene sandy beaches in the Gulf of Mexico. These beaches will surely melt your troubles away. At Siesta Key, you are free to explore the beaches as you wish
TripBlog   Feb 24, 2020
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Hand-feeding Flamingo: A Guide to Sarasota Jungle Gardens
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Sarasota Jungle Gardens are essentially a family attraction, but anyone who enjoys interacting with animals would appreciate the place. Sarasota has been a favorite of the natives of Florida since 1939 and homes more than 200 exotic native animals. Sarasota is spread over 10 acres of jungle trails and tropical vegetation. It serves as the perfect habitat with large spaces for the animals and birds to coexist. At the Sarasota Jungle Gardens, they strive to create the perfect ecosystem for the animals to thrive in.
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Visit Marie Selby Botanical Gardens: Meeting The Nature
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With over an area of 15 acres, the Marie Selby Botanical Gardens s is a very huge botanical garden located at 900 South Palm Avenue in the Sarasota City of Florida, United States of America. At present, the gardens are present on the grounds which were home to William and Marie Selby. This large botanical garden is home to over 20000 plants which include about 3500 bromeliads and 5500 orchids. Along with the collection of living plants, there is a herbarium that has preserved specimens of mostly tropical flora. To expand this collection, about 150 expeditions have been contributed to the subtropics and tropics.
TripBlog   Dec 25, 2019
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