Boca Raton: A Leisure Time Tour Travel Guide

A resort vacation on the Atlantic coast of Florida can be a welcome break from winter’s clutches, and if it coincides with a holiday celebration it can be even more special. Traveling for Passover can be problematic, but booking a stay at the best kosher hotel in the area will relieve all your concerns. Even if you never leave the grounds of this stunning 356-acre resort, you will find plenty to do: Luxuriate poolside or play an active round of tennis or golf, exercise with state-of-the art fitness machines or relax with spa treatments. Participate in daily religious services and know that every bite of food from the resort kitchens is produced under rabbinical supervision.

Stay Active

Children and adults alike will be enchanted by the sheer number and the variety of activities available in Boca. From sandy beaches to upscale shopping, from performances at Sugar Sand Park’s Willow Theater to an afternoon spent at the Children’s Museum, you can pack as much — or as little — into your vacation as you wish. Some of the best activities are free of charge.

Plan a visit to the 20-acre Gumbo Limbo Nature Preserve, and then take your pick of spectacular beaches. Snorkel or just enjoy the relative peace and quiet at Red Reef Park. Build sand castles and enjoy the waves at Spanish River Park; if you’re lucky and patient, you might even catch a glimpse of a sea turtle here. South Inlet Beach is the place for a family picnic and amazing views to the north, south and due east. Watch the luxurious private yachts as they head out to fish!

Explore Boca Culture

Boca is a treasure chest of art, music and culture, much of it occurring naturally and spontaneously. But if you must plan, plan not to miss shows and concerts scheduled at the Mizner Park Ampitheater that accommodates more than 4,000 people in a spectacular outdoor setting. Witness perfection in dance at the Boca Ballet, or see any number of local theater productions at the Black Box, Jazziz Nightlife or FAU University Theatre. Chances are you’ll also be delighted if you catch a show at a local community venue or even a street performance.

Glitz and Glamour

There’s plenty of upscale shopping in Boca as well, from the shops at Town Center to stunning art galleries and boutiques. The children will delight in finding shells or trinkets at local souvenir shops. Or, just walk around to enjoy the architecture, the palm trees and the sun! A Passover vacation in Boca Raton honors tradition and provides lasting family memories at the same time.

It’s a family-oriented celebration in every way.

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