Dive in and Enjoy The Best of Everything at The Palm Beaches
Activities & Hotel Packages Updated Daily at www.PalmBeachFL.com; Now Featuring Special Section on Greatest Spots for Underground Adventure
at Any Skill Level
THE PALM BEACHES, Fla. (July 7, 2011) -With summer temperatures on the rise above the surface, the Palm Beach County Convention and Visitors
Bureau has pulled together a host of opportunities for visitors who desire an underwater adventure here in The Palm Beaches, where 47 miles of
pristine coastline make this one of the best places to explore beneath the waves of the Atlantic Ocean. Whether you're a novice diver or master of
the deep sea, you can enhance your diving adventure by visiting www.PalmBeachFl.com/stay-play, and selecting among the many limited-time
special hotel offers available this season. Full of activities, events and exclusive offers, the site provides a comprehensive inventory of the best way
to experience Florida with hot-off-the-press hotel packages. Here are just a few items included on the list:
? Experience the sophisticated elegance of the Five-Star, Five Diamond Ritz Carlton, Palm Beach featuring an exclusive beach, two outdoor
swimming pools and oceanfront dining. Guests traveling now through September 15, 2011 can enjoy lavish guest rooms, breakfast daily
for two, and a $75 resort credit per night to for shopping, restaurants, spa services or recreation. Rates start at $309 per night.
? Escape to a getaway of luxury at the Seagate Hotel & Spa surrounded by aquariums, sea-inspired fixtures and a tropical tranquility.
Starting at just $159 per night through September 30, 2011, the Seagate is also home to a nightly fireworks display.
? Guests of the Jupiter Beach Resort will enjoy two complimentary tickets for an escorted turtle walk at the Loggerhead Marinelife Center
on Saturdays now through July 30, 2011. Rates start at $219 per night and include full breakfast and a keepsake toy turtle.
? Glide above the famous Florida Everglades on a Loxahatchee Everglades Tour. By airboat, passengers will encounter native plants and
animals in their undisturbed habitat. There is no better place to see the alligators, turtles, snakes and birds than in the Florida Everglades
? Lion Country Safari- Florida's only drive-through safari and walk-through amusement park- is home to more than 900 animals,
multiple animal feeding experiences, six amusement rides, a water playground, food, shopping and more. With so much to see and do
this attraction is great for the entire family. Tickets are available online at a discounted price.
? Divers staying at the Hilton Singer Island Oceanfront receive free transportation to Riviera Beach and Lake Park, two local dive boat
marinas. Rates start at just $109 per night through December 16, 2011.
? For those wanting to stay close to shore, Phil Foster Park, Peanut Island Park and Red Reef Park welcome snorkelers of all ages and
experience level. In the shallow waters of Florida's east coast, it is not uncommon to see lobsters, crabs, sea turtles and more.
? The oceanfront AAA Four-Diamond Delray Beach Marriott, located just steps from Delray's booming downtown district, is offering
Florida's certified divers a complimentary room upgrade to a suite starting at $127 per night through October 1, 2011.
For more information and a complete listing of special offers and cultural activities, visit the Palm Beach County Convention and Visitors Bureau's
(CVB) 's monthly Stay. Play. newsletter at www.PalmBeachFl.com/stay-play, or call the CVB at 800.554.7256. Blackout dates and special
restrictions may apply. See individual offer for complete details.
Media Contacts:
Carli Smith/Palm Beach County CVB Maria Hayworth/Hayworth Creative PR
csmith@PalmBeachFL.com/561-233-3030 maria@hayworthcreative.com/386-677-7000
About Palm Beach County Convention and Visitors Bureau
The Palm Beach County Convention and Visitors Bureau is the official destination marketing organization for Palm Beach County, Florida. Tourism is
Palm Beach County's leading industry, generating a direct annual economic impact of $2.8 billion in the local economy, producing $23 million in
bed-tax revenue and lodging sales of approximately $623 million. Tourism employs more than 67,000 people in Palm Beach County.
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