Some destinations are more popular than others. One of the most beloved (and most travelled) has to be Florida. This US state is loaded with things to see, do, and experience. From swamp tours to theme parks and great food. There is truly something for everyone. Whether you love being outdoors, crave entertainment options, or just want something new and exciting…. it is all there. Planning your very own Florida holiday? Here are some tips to help you make the most of every moment.
Plan Ahead As Much As You Possibly Can.
It can be tempting. To take a trip and let things fall as they may. To avoid making a travel itinerary. To see where things take you. Which restaurants you run into. Which attractions cross your path. There is nothing wrong with this type of travel. In fact, it can be an awful lot of fun. During your Florida holiday, however? You are best to have a solid plan of action in place. Since there is so much to do…. a plan ensures that you are maximizing your time. Take some time beforehand to think about what you want. Love movies and rides? Then the whole family will love Universal Studios. Into nature? Then check out an unforgettable Florida swamp tour boat ride. The more you know before you leave the more you will get out of your vacation. Simple as that!
Be Prepared To Start Your Days Early. Very Early.
It is true. There is an awful lot to experience during a trip to Florida. Which makes time management especially important. You don’t want to go home wishing that you had done more. Aim to start your days early. It doesn’t matter if you are heading to a theme park, a zoo, or some other exciting attraction. Getting an early start on the day will help you see more. For starters, you will be up earlier. That means extra hours to see and do. Being an early bird also means that you can beat many of the crowds. (Who typically like to start a little later in the day.) This gives you the chance to cross an extra item or two off of your vacation itinerary.
Always Be Sun Safe During Your Florida Holiday.
This one should be a given. Unfortunately, many travellers do not know how to stay sun safe in the humid temperatures. Don’t let that ruin your vacation. Bring lots of water with you (there are plenty of water fountains to re-fill during the day), wear sunglasses, put on sunscreen with a high SPF (and don’t forget to re-apply it throughout the day. Every couple of hours to be safe), and wear a hat to protect your head from the sun. Another great tip? Duck into shops and buildings for an air conditioning break every now and again. It will make a big difference. And keep you nice and cool!
There is something special about Florida. Which is why men, women, and children from all over the world love to plan a visit. Now it is your turn!