Head to Orlando, the theme park capital of the world where you’ll find Walt Disney World Resort and Universal Orlando Resort™ to name a few. Venture south where you’ll find Miami and its beautiful white sandy beaches, or take a trip to The Everglades national park and enjoy wildlife watching for you nature lovers.
Plenty of thrills
Where to start is the question? Orlando is, without doubt, the cream of the crop when it comes to theme parks; there are so many to choose from. It’s a thrill-seekers idea of heaven. Feel the adrenaline rushing through your body as you ride the Incredible Hulk Coaster® at Universal Orlando Resort™, launching you up to speeds of 60mph. Head for Pandora – The World of Avatar at Walt Disney World Resort and soar through the sky on the back of a mountain banshee during the exhilarating Avatar Flight of Passage.
Florida’s attractions are a treat for all ages. Take a trip to Walt Disney World Resort to see Mickey and the gang at Walt Disney World Resort, or uncover the magic of The Wizarding World of Harry Potter™ at Universal Orlando Resort™.
Miami needs no introduction; it’s a city that offers glitz and glamour amongst beautiful sunny weather and picturesque scenery, perfect for those #Miami Insta shots!
If you want to catch some rays then head to the famous Miami Beach, it comes highly recommended. The white sandy beach is a must with its year-round sun and stunning shallow turquoise waters. Lounging around on the beach is thirsty work, and you’ll be spoilt for choice when it comes to enjoying a beverage when the sun sets. Ocean Drive has proven to be very popular for many years, not only for its delightful choice of bars and restaurants but its Art Deco buildings and bright lights of its hotels.
Travelling in Florida isn’t complete without a trip to the Everglades. Located in the southern region of Florida, The Everglades is a haven for explorers and lovers of the outdoors and nature. This is one place where you won’t want to be forgetting your hiking gear as there’s plenty of trails and tracks to be discovered, whether that be on foot or a bike. The park is also hugely popular with boating and canoeing enthusiasts.
The Everglades, a UNESCO World Heritage Centre, has some wildlife living within the park, providing an important habitat for a number of animals including the American alligator, manatee and the endangered Florida panthers. How cool would it be to tell people you’ve seen these rare animals, and maybe even caught them on camera!