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The total driving distance from Orlando, FL to Fort Myers, FL is 197 miles or 317 kilometers.
Your trip begins in Orlando, Florida. It ends in Fort Myers, Florida.
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You don’t have to drive far to enjoy the white sandy beaches of Florida. Fort Myers Beaches are filled with ‘sugar-sand’ as described by VisitFlorida.com.
Watersports like parasailing, kayaking, paddle boarding, fishing and jet-skiing are some of the activities you can indulge in besides swimming and sun bathing. Fort Myers’ waters are relatively calm because this 7-mile long beach sits on a barrier island.
Another popular activity is the dolphin tour by WaveRunner (a personal water craft). Join a tour with an experienced guide that will take you to the best spots to see dolphins. Besides dolphins you get to see the birds, rays and a variety of fish in the area.
Besides the Fort Myers beaches, Sanibel and Captiva islands are two of the best places to enjoy west Florida’s beaches.
Sanibel and Captiva islands have 15 miles of beaches, 25 miles of bike paths, 50 kinds of fish, 230 types of birds, 250 different types of shells and 0 traffic lights, according to their official website: Sanibel-captiva.org.
The islands are located west of Fort Myers and visitors can enjoy the advantages of the warm Gulf of Mexico waters almost year round.
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