Florida Flights GuideFlorida is the "Sunshine State" of the United States of America - its location on the very southeast coast gives it a close proximity to the tropical warm waters of the Gulf of Mexico. Florida is home to Disney World and the cities of Miami, Orlando, Tampa, and Tallahassee. Its many beaches invite many summer parties and shindigs, and Daytona Beach even allows cars onto the sand. The Florida Keys are a popular destination for snorkeling, and the Everglades National Park offers wetlands with alligators.
The Kennedy Space Center is open to public exploration and is where rockets launch, and Vero Beach has a more small town feel, with dynamic wildlife and a beautiful coastline. Fly into Tampa International, Miami International, Orlando International, or Fort Lauderdale International - and expect humidity year round! It is sweltering hot in June through August, and while you'll experience relief in November through February, it's never too cold. Venture to Florida in March through May or September through October for cooler temperatures, and to avoid the summer crowd.