Planning Your Next Group Trip to Florida

Planning a destination or a group trip to Florida can take a lot of work. Planning the trip involves knowing when to go, where to stay, and what to do on vacation.

It will take time, effort, and a group of hard-working people. Whether you have a group trip to florida going to Miami or Tampa, there are amazing destination trips in any part of Florida. Here are 5 tips for planning destination trips to Florida.

  1. Pick the Atlantic or Gulf side. Florida lies between two very different bodies of water: the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico. The Atlantic Ocean has more waves than the Gulf of Mexico. The Gulf Coast’s beaches are known to attract families. Whether you choose Palm Bay or Siesta Key, your trip will be full of entertainment. You just have to pick based on what you want to do on the trip.

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  2. Disney World. Florida isn’t just known for its beaches. One of the most well known, family-friendly amusement parks is located in Orlando, Florida. You can meet Mickey Mouse and his friends and dine in the Magic Kingdom. There is a wide selection of places to stay and parks to visit including Epcot, Disney’s Animal Kingdom, and Disney’s Hollywood Studios.
  3. Spring Breakers. From Daytona to Miami, college students from all over come to Florida to escape the cold and have a good time with friends. After a stressful semester, Florida is a great place to kick back and relax. The trick to  perfect spring break destination trips is having your school work handled before the trip. Consequently, there is no concern about being backlogged with work when the group returns.
  4. Everglades. If you are looking for more outdoorsy and fewer beach vacations in Florida, The Everglades are the perfect place. You will be able to see amazing wildlife including alligators and Florida Panthers. From boat rides to canoeing, the trip will be unforgettable. December to March is the most popular time to visit because the weather is more comfortable during that time.
  5. History of The Sunshine State. The first natives of Florida began the rich history of the state. From wars to cowboys, the state has many hidden treasures for families to enjoy. The Yulee Sugar Mill Ruins Historic State Park in Homosassa, Lake Kissimmee State Park, Hillsborough River State Park are just a few of the historical treasures to explore with friends or the kids.

Now that you know some tips for destination trips to Florida, you can start planning your trip today!