Its beaches, fascinating wildlife, big cities, its multiculturalism, its cuisine and its climate are just some of the things you can live in Florida.
Spend a day at the beach. Florida has one of the longest coastlines compared to other states, with many things to offer: from a sunbath on the warm white sand to a variety of water sports. Undoubtedly the most famous in South Beach, because it is what we see in many movies and TV shows, full of guys with athletic bodies and statuesque women in bikini. Forced to visit her. But if you are nudist beaches then you should go to Haulover Beach.
Shopping Mall and Spas in Jacksonville, Florida are also frequently visited. If you want to pamper yourself, then you cannot go wrong when you decide to visit Jacksonville because it has many spas around the city where you can relax.
Visit the Kennedy Space Center. It is approximately one hour from Orlando and has a center with many visitors, rocket and presents opportunities to see exotic wildlife that lives there. It belongs to NASA, and it is from there that launches space shuttles are made. It is in Cape Canaveral, roughly halfway between Jacksonville and Miami. Tourists can visit the facilities, meet the launch pads and even use the simulators. It is certainly a must in Florida.
Have fun with the theme parks of Central Florida. With a little information online you will realize that there is much more to experience than just Disney World. Busch Gardens in Tampa, which also has Zoo and attractions like roller coasters; Rapids Water Park, which is in Fort Lauderdale and has long slides and wave pools; Aquatica in Orlando, where you can go through a transparent slide and see fish swimming outside; And those who count are the most popular Typhoon Lagoon and Blizzard Beach, which are within Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando.
Take a little trip airboat through the Everglades. It will be an unforgettable day, be sure to pick a day with a comfortable climate; It is the largest subtropical nature park in the United States of America. It is a World Heritage Site, International Biosphere Reserve, and Wetland of International Importance. It is perfect to spend the day observing and photographing birds, lizards, and crocodiles, hiking or fishing, or cycling (you can rent there). It is the ideal place to have an extraordinary closeness with nature, and you can see if your base is Miami or Fort Lauderdale site.
Visit the Florida Keys. Key West is one of the most famous islands, and you can take a picture with a sign that says this 145 km of Cuba.