Visitors are inspired to dream bigger here, whether that’s from viewing a launch or encountering our unique ecosystems, beaches, and wildlife.
COCOA BEACH, Fla. (PRWEB) November 23, 2020
National Geographic has released their top 25 destinations on the rise for 2021, and Florida’s Space Coast is listed as one of the amazing family journeys alongside locations in Canada, England, Hungary, and Romania. The section highlights Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex and the incredible opportunities to view launches, and also mentions the natural wonders of the surrounding Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge (including the manatees and bioluminescence in the Indian River Lagoon.)
“We’re honored to be included in the Best of the World for 2021 and are in great company with the other members on this list,” says Peter Cranis, Executive Director Space Coast Office of Tourism. “Visitors are inspired to dream bigger here, whether that’s from viewing a launch or encountering our unique ecosystems, beaches, and wildlife.”
National Geographic’s Best of the World 2021 is available online at https://www.nationalgeographic.com/travel/features/best-of-the-world-2021/#space
About Florida’s Space Coast
Florida’s Space Coast is a family-friendly destination located 45 minutes east of Orlando and encompasses Cocoa Beach, Melbourne and the Beaches, Port Canaveral, Titusville, Palm Bay and Viera. It’s home to the world’s second-busiest cruise port and 72 miles of beaches (the longest stretch in the state), as well as 190,000 acres of wetlands and waterways full of habitat found nowhere else. Florida’s Space Coast is home to NASA’s Kennedy Space Center, where rockets still soar into orbit. For more information, contact Florida’s Space Coast Office of Tourism at (877) 572-3224 or visit http https://www.visitspacecoast.com.