Comet ISON, nicknamed the Christmas Comet, should be making an appearance around early November to early January and would definitely be a sight to see. Plan a trip around seeing this stellar spectacle by heading to one of the best places for viewing – The Beaches of Fort Myers and Sanibel. With fantastic hotel packages and night tours you are sure to learn all there is to know about the Christmas Comet, while getting a glimpse of the sky unlike any other.
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Westin Cape Coral Resort 2 of 6
Get the "Christmas Comet" package to get a clear view of the comet from the enclosed balconies.
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"Ding" Darling National Wildlife Refuge 3 of 6
The strict light regulations mean a dark sky for great viewing here. Learn more and check out the comet through a telescope with the astronomy club, or head out for a cruise to get a good look.
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Calusa Nature Center & Planetarium 4 of 6
Learn all about the night sky in the comfort of the Calusa Nature Center & Planetarium.
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Gulf Coast Kayak in Matlacha 5 of 6
Get a great deal on kayaking and star gazing eco-tours through the Matlacha Pass Aquatic Preserve.
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The Beaches of Fort Myers and Sanibel are sure to stun with a beautiful night sky.
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