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Fun in the sun is easy to come by in Greater Fort Lauderdale, but there's plenty to do besides the beach. Bring out your inner history buff at the International Swimming Hall of Fame. Head out for a nighttime paddle under the full moon, or take a guided sea turtle walk. You'll catch a glimpse of a loggerhead hatchling if you're lucky.

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Dine out Lauderdale

Now through the end of September, take advantage of Dine Out Lauderdale, featuring three-course meals for $35 and/or $45. Enjoy taste-tempting meals as you explore Greater Fort Lauderdale’s diverse culinary scene at irresistible prices. A refreshing drink and invigorating meal are the perfect way to top off a day of shopping, sightseeing, or beach combing.

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Spa Days

Indulge and rejuvenate at luxurious spas. August and September are great months to snag deals and discounts on massages and other spa services. Many specials start at only $99, book your "me" time today and thank yourself later. Check out the local spas to find your perfect tranquil oasis.

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Welcome Beach-Lovers

Scuba diving, snorkeling, long walks, and more, the beaches here in Greater Fort Lauderdale have something to offer everyone. If low-key relaxation is your vibe, head to Dania Beach. For beachside dining and cocktails, Fort Lauderdale beach is the ultimate destination. Get more information on all the beaches and local amenities in the area.

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Celebrate Labor Day with Us

Your beach playground awaits for an unforgettable Labor Day weekend, offering fun for everyone under the sun. Read on for can’t-miss experiences and start planning your best holiday getaway ever.

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August Fishing Report

The weeks surrounding the full moon in August are the prime time to catch larger wahoo off the Greater Fort Lauderdale coast, a thrilling catch for any sport fisherman. The lobster season starts in August; you can find them on reefs along Deerfield Beach. If the ocean isn't for you, you'll find many opportunities for freshwater fishing in the nearby Everglades.

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