Florida is a hot-spot travel destination. There is a reason why so many people choose the Sunshine State to settle down and retire in. It’s beautiful and it’s filled with top-spot vacation spots that would make anyone want to visit. Some people come for a vacation, others fall in love and call the state home.
1. Walt Disney World
While COVID-19 shut down Disney World and many other family-fun event centers, it’s now selling its annual passes once again. This news comes in just as Walt Disney World starts its 50th celebration. Donned the Most Magical Place on Earth, Disney World has four theme parks, two water parks, and twenty-seven themed resort hotels.
In 2018, Disney World was the most visited resort in the whole world, with an annual attendance of 58 million people. It is a resort that is built for families, friends, co-workers, and even people traveling solo!
2, Everglades National Park
Florida is home to the largest subtropical wilderness in the United States, the Everglades. The beautiful expanse of wetlands spreads across 1.5 million acres and is devoted to wildlife consisting of dolphins, turtles, herons, crocodiles, manatees, snakes, etc.
The Everglades is filled with plenty of fun-filled activities such as biking/hiking trails, paddling the Nine-Mile Pong, or even touring the historic Nike Hercules missile base. Enjoy camping? The 99-mile Wilderness Waterway might be of some interest to you. Just make sure you bring some rain gear with you, the Everglades receives an average of 60 inches annually.
3. Dry Tortugas National Park
In the lands west of Key West, the Dry Tortugas National Park stretches across 100-square miles of a remote area that consists of open water and seven small islands. While the beautiful expanse of land and water can only be reached by boat or seaplane, it is completely worth the experience to see the historic Fort Jefferson. The massive and unfinished fortress is one of the largest brick masonry structures in America. It covers over 16 acres and is composed of more than 16 million bricks.
Dry Tortugas National Park is filled with so much fun. From snorkeling to swimming to fishing to camping, there is fun for everyone! And, did I mention you could even bring your own boat?
4. Kennedy Space Museum
Located on Merritt Island, the Kennedy Space Museum is one of ten field centers and is the primary launch center for sending humans into space. It is only 45 minutes away from Orlando and it’s the only place to see the rocket that won the race to the moon.
The Kennedy Space Museum is filled with inspirational historic tributes from space exploration and also has plenty of ways to gain educational value while also having fun.
5. Destin Beach
Within the beautiful Sunshine state, there lives a beautiful beach called Destin Beach. It’s filled with glimmering white sands, clear blue water and it’s open 365 days a year. Not to mention, the beach has plenty of nature trails, hiking paths, areas for camping and is also home to Henderson Beach State, which is known as the crown jewel of Destin Beach.
Vacationing should be filled with lots of fun and relaxation and that’s why these top 5 Florida destinations are perfect for vacation. Each one is definitely vacation-worthy and will leave you to feel refreshed. Nothing quite brings us back to nature like being in nature and of course, what better way to bring out your inner child than a trip to Disney World!
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