South Florida Travel Clubs

South Florida Travel ClubsTravel clubs gives travel lovers the opportunity to meet and travel with like-minded individuals. In addition to planning a variety of diverse trips throughout the year, travel clubs usually host weekly or monthly meet ups where members can get together, meet new people and talk about past and future travels. While some clubs require a membership fee, others are free. It's important to research a specific club before joining, as some cater to an older crowd, some a younger crowd and some focus on international travel while others focus on local travel.

Miami Ski Club

Miami may be best known for its year-round summer time weather, but Miami area residents who enjoy snow sports will want to sign up for the Miami Ski Club. The ski club goes on about six skiing adventures every year. Although most ski trips are national, there's at least one international destination every year, with previous trips in Europe, Australia, Latin America and Japan. Although the Miami Ski Club officially focuses on ski vacations, members also get together for biking, hiking, kayaking and sailing trips.

Outdoor Afro Miami, Ft. Lauderdale, West Palm Beach (Meetup Group)

The Outdoor Afro is community that connects African-Americans with nature. Activities include camping, hiking, biking, birding, fishing, gardening, skiing and more. Outing include trips to the beach to watch nesting sea turtles, hiking in the Everglades, snorkeling with manatees and beach clean ups.

Florida Trail Association - Big Cypress Chapter (Meetup Group)

The Florida Trail Association - Big Cypress Chapter is an outdoor adventure and eco-volunteering group. It serves Miami-Dade and Monroe counties. Urban hikes, beach hikes and inland hikes ranging from 3 to 8 miles are scheduled a couple of times a month. 

Article Written By Jisel Perilla

Jisel Perilla has been writing for Frommer´s Travel Guides since 2009 and is currently working on her fourth publication. She majored in English and minored in Spanish at the University of Mary Washington in Frederickburg, Virginia. Perilla has traveled extensively throughout Europe, Latin America, Asia and Africa and currently lives between Washington, D.C. and Bogota, Colombia.

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