The views. The energy. Or it may be the warmth or the percolating culture. There may be a million reasons to visit Pembroke Pines. We are confident that one or all of of those reasons would be perfect for you.
Pembroke Pines’ Natural Natives
People have come to regard Pembroke Pines as a natural sanctum for rare flora and fauna. Several protected or rare species from owls, squirrels, sea turtles and endemic vegetation are the main delights for nature lovers and visitors.
Pick a Landscape, Any Landscape
In a surprisingly short interval, you could move from dunes and shoreline to mangroves and wetlands and into scrub forest before finding yourself in open flowered prairie. Such is the range of Pembroke Pines’ surprising topography.
With Open Arms
As we’ve already mentioned in previous posts, Pembroke Pines is the typical example of the American city as melting pot. You can feel the vibrancy of early American, Caribbean, Afro-American, and Central/ South American cultures with each step you take through its sunny streets. And Pembroke Pines is just getting started.
In a rapidly globalizing world, even more peoples and countries are starting to take a serious look at the Florida area. More recently, visitors from Asia are starting to show greater interest. This means we are in for an even more exciting interplay of cultures and evolving identity for Pembroke Pines.
A City of Potential
The upbeat mood of an improving economy can be catching. And that certainly seems to be the case when you look at what’s happening in Pembroke Pines. Streets and neighborhoods have been transformed. There is also a more proactive spirit among the citizenry to uplift communities as only they can do themselves.
More and more visitors are thinking of eventually becoming residents. And understandably, some actually do take that step.
That may be the most crucial advantage for Pembroke Pines. A collective optimism has acquired a momentum that is almost unstoppable.