Animals are instant serotonin-boosters, especially baby ones. Big eyes, button noses, floppy ears, and cuddly fur are just downright irresistible. And, like most things, it’s even better when it’s cheap! So, if you’re looking to cuddle some cuties without breaking the bank, check out the Florida Airbnb experience where you can hand-feed goats for only $25.
You will find the goats at ECHO Global Farm, located in North Fort Myers.
With a focus on sustainable agriculture and community development, the farm works with developmental practitioners around the world to solve hunger problems and promote sustainability.
Their tour is considered a "social impact experience," so every dollar you spend on playing with goats goes towards their nonprofit organization.
The tour itself is about two hours long and consists of a walk around the property through the rainforest and urban gardens, tasting the tropical bounties along the way. You’ll take in the views, and then go greet the kids you’ll be feeding.
The Airbnb experience has nothing but five-star reviews, with customers super pleased with how interactive and educational the tour is.
Water bottles, sunscreen, and bug spray will be provided, along with small food and refreshments.
You’ll probably want to wear hats and closed-toe shoes as well.
For just $25, you can learn about the farm’s environmental practices and ways to help develop your community, all while giving to a good cause.
Unsurprisingly, the tour is super popular, so you’ll want to book your own experience as soon as possible.
For more unique Florida experiences, check out these places where you can see free-roaming monkeys in Florida, and this Orlando hotel that gives you the chance to wake up with exotic animals outside your window.
Goat Tours At ECHO Global Farm
When: Available through reservation
Address: 17391 Durrance Rd., North Fort Myers, FL
Why You Need To Go: Play with goats, learn about the environment, and put your money to a good cause!
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