There is an old Zen saying that “You should sit in nature for twenty minutes a day, unless you are busy. Then you should sit for an hour.” Thankfully, Fort Myers – Islands, Beaches and Neighborhoods are infused in breathtaking nature because we have been very busy!
More milestones have been reached in the wake of Hurricane Ian. The latest figures indicate that 68% of our guest rooms (over 9,800) are now open with more to come in the weeks and months ahead.
The Sanibel Lighthouse glows again on the five-month anniversary of Hurricane Ian. The relighting of the embodiment of the indomitable spirit of our community. This landmark has been guiding people to our community since 1884 and it is once again helping to welcome visitors to our shores.
Many of our beaches have reopened. Although our area might look a bit different from years past, there’s still a lot for your group to see and do in the greater Fort Myers area.
Looking for a team building activity? Check out the new Chips Sports Pub and Top Golf Swing Suite, a great addition to the Luminary Hotel & Co. and downtown Fort Myers. Or, your group can learn to sail and end with a friendly team competition at the Offshore Sailing School on Captiva Island. There is also a custom candle making experience available at Bell Tower called Sanibel Candle Company. Blend your own frangrance from over 60 unique scents and hand pour your own candle or wax melts. See why their bright fragrances help turn every room into a memory.
Perhaps you want to incorporate a CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) project into your conference. Here are some ways to volunteer and make a difference.Although we still have work to do, things continue to improve, and our neighborhoods are being restored. We value your business, are grateful for your support, and pleased to be able to welcome you to the Fort Myers – Islands, Beaches and Neighborhoods.