December 29, 2017

The Perfect Trip To Florida

Florida is the third most populated state in the United States and it’s easy to see why. The southernmost state in the country has been a popular destination for wealthy tourists in search for a sunnier climate for decades. This destination is the perfect spot for a relaxing holiday as you will be able to find your inner peace by relaxing at the beach and indulge in some delicious tropical fruits, native to the county. If you fancy spending the remaining cold months in tropical climate, this could be the holiday of your dreams.

This is what Florida is most famous for and if you fancy doing nothing whilst laying on a sandy beach, then this is your chance, go & grab it! The options are also luckily endless, with the state having around 663 miles of beach soil. Watch out for the best! Panama City Beach, Daytona Beach, South Beach and West Palm Beach tend to be the best. Winter holidays have never looked more appealing!

The Florida experience needs to be one in which a luxury hotel is included, surely. A day of relaxation at the beach has to be followed by a foamy bath in one of the county’s most fancy hotels. Close to Florida Atlantic University and Mizner Park is where the Boca Raton Marriott at Boca Centre is located. Close to Boca Raton Beach, the hotel provides an experience for its visitors like no other. Facilities include room service, a modern fitness center and a sparkling outdoor pool for you to wash the sand off your body and bring this up to standards after an active day at the beach.

The Everglades National Park coves more than 1.5 million acres and is one of the largest national parks in the United States of America. Make sure you visit the park during the dry season, when you are guaranteed facilities will be open. The park has four visitor centers and is home to over 1,000 species of flora and endangered fauna like the American Crocodile, the Florida Panther and the West Indian Manatee.

The Florida National Scenic Trail or the Florida Trail consists of 1,300 miles of walking terrain that is surrounded by some of the most beautiful scenery in the entire United States. It runs between the Big Cypress National Preserve in the south and the Gulf Islands National Seashore to the west of the peninsula. It is one of the 11 National Scenic Trails in the country and it attained the status of National Scenic Trail in 1983. Some trail sections allow for visitors to bike, camp and swim, making this an unforgettable experience for many. Take this interactive tour in order to submerge yourself in this beautiful Scenic Trail ahead of your trip to the county of Florida.
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