Cross the Everglades by airboat through mangrove tunnels and open wilderness. Enjoy an educational alligator show and time to explore the exhibits.
Experience the history of the U.S. Space Program on your visit to the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex.
Experience the fun and thrills at a family-owned theme park in Orlando or Kissimmee. Enjoy an unlimited number of rides on the roller coasters and…
See why Miami is called the Magic City. Take a seat on an informative bus tour of Miami, then board a yacht for a sightseeing tour on Biscayne Bay.…
Spend the day in Key West and explore at your own pace with a round-trip shuttle bus service from downtown Miami. Get 6 hours of free time to…
Universal Orlando Resort is an entire universe of action and thrills, with two jaw-dropping theme parks, exceptional shopping and incredible…
Enjoy this 1-day, 3-part tour of Miami. First discover the rich wildlife in the Everglades. Then visit the hotspots in Miami City like Coconut Grove…
Enjoy a 1.5-hour cruise in Fort Lauderdale, known as America's Venice. Admire the city skyline and celebrity homes and cross through gator country.
Experience South Florida's premier Everglades and alligator adventure. Take an educational and exciting airboat tour of the National Park. See a…
Florida isn't called the sunshine state for nothing. With golden rays all year-round, and being the second-largest state east of the Mississippi, a lifetime isn't enough to see everything in Florida! However, here are some pretty good places to start.
The happiest place in the world, Walt Disney World welcomes millions of national and international visitors each year, adults and children alike!
Discover this Atlantic beach and how its delights go past sand and sea: check out the Botanical Gardens!
An out-of-this-world experience devoted to all things NASA. Stroll the US Astronaut Hall of Fame, take a simulated shuttle flight, and visit the Rocket Garden.
The Keys are ideal for a vacation, whether you're looking for action-packed or relaxed. Key West, the biggest island, also holds the Ernest Hemingway museum!
This isn't just any old theater - it's on the US National Register of Historic Places. Built in 1926, it's a lovely place to visit today - and not just to catch a movie!
At Tampa's Busch Gardens, you can get white-knuckle thrills on rollercoasters and see animals like giraffes all within a few acres of each other.
Dedicated to the eccentric Spanish painter, the Salvador Dali Museum in St. Petersburg will enthrall art fans. Check out the permanent exhibition of his works.
Are you still waiting on your Hogwarts acceptance letter? In the meantime you can still go shopping on Diagon Alley, ride through Gringotts, and watch the Tri-Wizard Tournament.
As the largest subtropical national park in the country, the Everglades is a must-visit for all outdoorsy types. Spot animals like crocodiles in protected wilderness!
Lesser known than the Keys, this chain of islands in the north of the state is a little more laid-back. Relax in the company of idyllic beach houses and white sands.
Florida is one of the southernmost American states, so it will be warm throughout the year. If you are not a fan of hot and humid weather, it is best to avoid the peak summer months.
Generally, most attractions open around 9:00AM, but there will definitely be lines at the most popular ones. It may be worth your while to have an early start when going to Walt Disney World, for example.
The most important thing is to keep yourself protected from the blazing sun - that means reapplying sunscreen, staying in the shade around midday, and drinking plenty of water to prevent dehydration.
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- Best time to visitSpring and early fall tend to be the best times to visit if you like the sunshine, but don't want intense heat and humidity.
What people are saying about Florida
We had a 3.5 hour boat/walk tour starting in Chokoloskee. The boat took us among the myriad islands on Gulf coast and stopped on one to examine the local shellfish and traces of original indian inhabitants. The captain was knowledgeable in local flora and fauna and even found us a spot to watch dolphins swim around the boat. A few islands had large colonies of white pelicans. The area visited is one of few remaining US areas which is totally wild and only visited by fishermen, kayakers and a few tourists in guide boats. The water is relatively shallow allowing only smaller boats with outboard motors or airboats to navigate. Chokoloskee is literally at the end of the road and has a small population and limited facilities but a clients that loves the remoteness. Its an hours drive from Naples so it is relatively easy to get to. If you want to experience the Gulf islands this is the way to do it.
Tom is an excellent guide and it was a huge pleasure walking with him through Wynwood. We learned a lot and enjoyed the tour! Can only recommend this tour to everyone!
Don did a great job, he is super nice and knows everything about the Everglades. Very nice and very interesting and funny stories he told us !
I really got educated on art skills and styles. I enjoyed the tour guide giving me the point of view of artists. I lt really opened my mind to art. It’s amazing that artists do it for love of art and not for greed and monetary gain. A lot of love and passion for their talent!
It was a unique experience, especially the breezy airboat ride through the grassy glades which could had been given more time rather than the waiting for the wildlife to appear. We also wasted 45 minutes at the Port of Miami for reasons that have nothing to do with the tour. The staff are all niçe, though. Thank you.