Explore the Sunshine State's Hidden Gems With Florida Hotels
As holiday destinations go, you can not get more full on and fabulous than Florida. Framed for its array of theme parks and tourist spots, Florida has a lot more to it than mouse ears and rollercoasters! Choose from the vast array of gorgeous Florida hotels on offer to explore from. Make sure you check out these less obvious places …
FISHING: Fishing fans or not, it's a whole new world in Florida especially since you'll be enjoying it from a beautiful yacht! Providing some of the best fishing possible, the Floridian waters are home to fish such as marlin, sailfish and tuna. Serious fishers needs to head to Islamorada, considering the capital of sport-fishing in the world.
NATIONAL PARKS: And it's not just beaches the state has – Florida benefits from one of America's most unusual and different National Parks – the Everglades. Located at the southern tip of the state, the park is made up of approximately 1.5 million acres of swamps and jungles, as well as being the place many endangered animals call home! The best way to see the most of the park is to ride on an airboat and cruise your way through the murky, mysterious waters. See if you can spot an alligator or even the infamous Florida panther. Ask at one of the Florida hotels as to the best way to get there. Just do not forget the insect spray!
BEACHES: Florida beaches have to be seen to be believed. Many Florida hotels have access to a beach, but be sure to visit the big guns such as South Beach, Palm Beach, Daytona Beach or the beach ranked number one in America Fort De Soto.
ORLANDO: Dubbed The City Beautiful due to its lush landscape and spotless natural parks, Orlando boasts more than 300 lakes and rivers, wildlife lodging preserves and parks and many open public places. Along with its natual beauty, Orlando has a vast and well-rounded museum scene. Enjoy the stained-glass works of Louis Comfort Tiffany at Charles Hosmer Morse Museum or see ancient American art from pre-historic times to the present day at the Orlando Museum of Art.