Five Good Reasons to Visit Panama City Beach for National Go Green Week
1. Camping in St. Andrews State Park
Camp out by the sugary sands and emerald waters whilst keeping your carbon footprint to a minimum, even when swimming, snorkeling, fishing, boating and exploring the wildlife trails.
2. St. Andrews Waterfront Market
Support the local market that is host to St. Andrews Community Garden, together they work to promote the local agriculture, inspire healthy living and improve the regional economy.
3. Panama City Beach Conservation Park
Panama City Beach Conservation Park is a twitchers paradise; recycling 18 million gallons of water daily it improves the ecosystem and animal habitats, attracting birds to the rehydrated wetlands.
4. Paddle Boarding in Ecofina Creek
Stand up and paddle board in Ecofina Creek. The 41,000-acre Ecofina Creek Water Management Recreation Area is popular with paddlers, campers, hikers, and nature lovers alike.
5. Leave No Trace!
Leave it and lose it! To protect its wildlife and maintain its beaches, Panama City Beach issued a ‘Leave No Trace’ ordinance in 2012 which states that all personal items will be removed and disposed of if left on the beach after hours.
7 Nights in Panama City Beach, Florida from £999 per person
Fly from London with Virgin Atlantic on 4th March 2013 and spend 7 nights at the Wyndham Bay Point Resort. This package costs £999 per person based on two people sharing and includes return flights from London, accommodation on a room only basis and car hire with a free Sat Nav. For more information or to book visit www.travelplanners.co.uk or call 0800 350 359.
*Camping at St. Andrews State Park costs from $ 28 per night.
For further information on Panama City Beach: www.visitpanamacitybeach.com
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