The history of the plants, the people and the way of life in the mangrove and shell islands keeps folks going back to a place full of watery solitude like no other in the United States.
Centers for the Arts Bonita Springs sponsors three of the area’s largest arts festivals, exhibits of members’/traveling works, concerts of all kinds, film festivals for all ages, and more.
The March/April issue of Bonita & Estero Magazine has a heavy focus on water activities, including waverunners, standup paddleboarding and scuba diving in Southwest Florida.
It’s the closest ever to actually flying—all thanks to a jet pack!
Robert Van Winkle stepped into that mix at NBC2 in 2003, then working with the legendary late Jim Reif.
While state law prohibits motorized water vehicles from driving within 100 feet of these aquatic wildlife, the wet mammals have no problem coming close to the gathered tourists.
Zonta Bonita Springs-Estero group members raised over $900 of gifts and gift cards for the teens at ACT – Abuse Counseling and Treatment in December 2017.
There isn’t a better time than now to start getting fit with health information and products so easily accessible. We share advice, plus bonus tips from a local resource.
Looking for something a little bit artsy to do this month? We've put together a few ideas for you for February 2018.
We hand picked some fun activities and cool places to go in the Bonita Springs area, for those looking to do something new in 2018.