I finally got to visit a place in Florida I've been wanting to visit for some time. It's away from the crowds of Disney World, where you can enjoy Florida the way it used to be in a simpler, older, slower, more natural setting. I visited Weeki Wachee, the home of the world famous mermaids in Spring Hill, Florida about an hour North of Tampa. The mermaids were so amazing and graceful swimming underwater. It was all I thought it to be. Just thinking about the year of mermaid training in order to be beautiful Weeki Wachee mermaids to breathe and swim like a graceful mermaid in a cool natural spring setting surrounded by turtles or fish or manatee in the spring. During the show, held the mermaid theatre, the mermaids open their mouths to sing, and even eat and drink a coke underwater. I don't know about you, when I'm underwater, I gotta keep my mouth shut or I'm gonna get waterlogged and sink. But not mermaids. I'm still wondering how can anyone eat and drink while underwater? To me, see that was an absolutely amazing feat on top of the unique water show.
If you want to see something different in a natural spring water setting, visit the mermaids yourself. Here are a few photos I took. Here is the website to Florida State Parks. - click on the Weeki Wachee Springs Park. Personally, it was well worth the trip and quite unique to see. Enjoy.
Let me tell you while watching this underwater show in person the colors underwater were very bright and vivid. My camera photos didn't do justice to the underwater colors of the mermaid's costumes nor their flowing hair. They were lovely tail-finned underwater ballerinas and the water was absolutely crystal clear.
View this video, Part 1 of 6 one of the mermaid shows at Weeki Wachee.
My next adventure is to lazily float down the Suwannee River in Florida along the Suwannee Wilderness River Trail in a houseboat.