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This Opinion article is part of a Narcity Media series. The views expressed are the author's own and do not necessarily reflect the views of Narcity Media.

There's a huge population of people moving to Florida across the country. Whether you're coming from California or New York, it can be an overwhelming move, especially with so much to do in the Sunshine State.

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The "Top Bucket List Experiences" in the world were just ranked by TripAdvisor, and on that list is an excursion located in Florida! There are so many things to do in the Sunshine State, but swimming with manatees is one of the most unique.

At Crystal River, just north of Tampa, you can see gorgeous clear water springs and spend the day kayaking or taking a dip with these gentle giants.

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This Opinion article is part of a Narcity Media series. The views expressed are the author's own and do not necessarily reflect the views of Narcity Media.

The southernmost state on the East Coast of the United States is one of the most attractive vacation spots in America — mainly for its beaches, partially for its outrageous news headlines, and whole-heartedly because of the year-round summer weather.

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With so many amazing bucket list-worthy places in Florida, it's hard to pick which spots you want to hit first! We've got another one to add now with one of the most amazing camping experiences in an incredible Amazon rainforest-like getaway.

King's Landing is a popular ''nature theme park'' located on the Wekiva River and Rocks Springs Run in Central Florida. The most popular attraction is the kayak experience (details here!), but there are other ways to enjoy the water, like on a canoe or paddleboard.

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If you're looking for a tour that will take you through a diverse ecosystem with crystal clear waters, this river in Central Florida is a must-add to your bucket list. This Florida clear kayak tour down Rock Springs takes you through a lush Amazon-like river. The clear-bottom kayak gives you amazing views of the river and makes the experience even more magical.

For just $59 a person, Get Up and Go Kayaking near Orlando offers you your own glass-bottom kayak and guides you through the gorgeous Rock Springs run.

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