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Best Vacation Home Deals in Florida

Condo Sun Beach Club Condo
-21%
Apr. 17 - Apr. 24
Condo ∙ 6 guests ∙ 2 bedrooms
Sun Beach Club Condo, New Smyrna Beach, Florida
from $172 $218
Ocean Properties Vacation Rentals, Inc.
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House Davenport
-32%
Apr. 17 - Apr. 24
House ∙ 6 guests ∙ 3 bedrooms
Davenport, Polk County, Florida
from $123 $180
Southern Select Villas
5.0/5.0
"Excellent"
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Villa Haines City
-26%
May 1 - May 8
Villa ∙ 6 guests ∙ 3 bedrooms
Haines City, Polk County, Florida
from $146 $197
Love Rentals
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Book a dreamlike rental from $72 per night by searching and comparing the 259,824 properties available in Florida. By directly analyzing these vacation rentals, HomeToGo brings you the most economical offers as well as the highest rated vacation homes in Florida.

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Find your perfect vacation rental in Florida: from $72 per night

House Port Saint Joe 5
-73%
Dec. 12 - Dec. 19
House ∙ 5 guests ∙ 2 bedrooms
Port Saint Joe, Gulf County, Florida
from $180 $653
Pristine Properties Vacation Rentals
4.4/5.0
"Very good"
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House Dolphin Isles 6
-46%
Sep. 18 - Sep. 25
House ∙ 6 guests ∙ 3 bedrooms
Dolphin Isles, Fort Lauderdale, Florida
from $433 $802
ValGal Real Estate Investments, Inc.
4.7/5.0
"Outstanding"
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Apartment Fort Myers Beach 4
-80%
Jun. 12 - Jun. 19
Apartment ∙ 4 guests ∙ 2 bedrooms
Fort Myers Beach, Lee County, Florida
from $88 $434
Distinctive Beach Rentals
3.5/5.0
"Good"
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Apartment Destin 6
-62%
Nov. 28 - Dec. 5
Apartment ∙ 6 guests ∙ 2 bedrooms
Destin, Okaloosa County, Florida
from $222 $576
Five Star Properties (Gulf/Bliss)
3.6/5.0
"Good"
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House Fort Myers Beach 6
-71%
May 22 - May 29
House ∙ 6 guests ∙ 2 bedrooms
Fort Myers Beach, Lee County, Florida
from $124 $423
Distinctive Beach Rentals
4.7/5.0
"Outstanding"
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House Fort Myers Beach 2
-80%
Jul. 10 - Jul. 17
House ∙ 2 guests ∙ 1 bedroom
Fort Myers Beach, Lee County, Florida
from $72 $354
Distinctive Beach Rentals
3.7/5.0
"Good"
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Unusual rental Port Saint Joe 4
-43%
Dec. 5 - Dec. 12
Unusual rental ∙ 4 guests ∙ 1 bedroom
Port Saint Joe, Gulf County, Florida
from $120 $210
Pristine Properties Vacation Rentals
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House Pelican 6
-27%
Dec. 5 - Dec. 12
House ∙ 6 guests ∙ 3 bedrooms
Pelican, Cape Coral, Florida
from $254 $348
MHB Property Management, Inc.
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Apartment Coral Ridge 4
-48%
Sep. 11 - Sep. 18
Apartment ∙ 4 guests ∙ 1 bedroom
Coral Ridge, Fort Lauderdale, Florida
from $110 $212
ValGal Real Estate Investments, Inc.
5.0/5.0
"Excellent"
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Vacation rentals with Wi-Fi

Apartment Internet Victoria Park
-59%
Dec. 5 - Dec. 12
Internet
Apartment ∙ 4 guests ∙ 1 bedroom
Victoria Park, Fort Lauderdale, Florida
from $103 $249
Vrbo
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House Internet Old Town
-33%
May 8 - May 15
Internet
House ∙ 3 guests ∙ 1 bedroom
Old Town, St. Augustine, Florida
from $125 $186
Vrbo
5.0/5.0
"Excellent"
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Apartment Internet Aventura
Internet
Apartment ∙ 5 guests ∙ 2 bedrooms
Aventura, Miami-Dade County, Florida
from $247
Vrbo
5.0/5.0
"Excellent"
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Vacation rentals and apartments with air conditioning

House Aircondition Tampa
Aircondition
House ∙ 4 guests ∙ 2 bedrooms
Tampa, Hillsborough County, Florida
from $165
Vrbo
4.4/5.0
"Very good"
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House Aircondition Bradenton
Aircondition
House ∙ 2 guests ∙ 1 bedroom
Bradenton, Manatee County, Florida
from $122
Vrbo
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House Aircondition Delray Beach
-50%
Dec. 5 - Dec. 12
Aircondition
House ∙ 5 guests ∙ 2 bedrooms
Delray Beach, Palm Beach County, Florida
from $142 $286
Vrbo
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Apartments and vacation rentals with a kitchen

Apartment Kitchen Downtown Miami
-36%
Dec. 5 - Dec. 12
Kitchen
Apartment ∙ 4 guests ∙ 2 bedrooms
Downtown Miami, Miami, Florida
from $433 $680
travelstaytion
5.0/5.0
"Excellent"
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Apartment Kitchen Pensacola Beach
-75%
Nov. 6 - Nov. 13
Kitchen
Apartment ∙ 8 guests ∙ 3 bedrooms
Pensacola Beach, Escambia County, Florida
from $229 $931
Surfside Properties
4.9/5.0
"Excellent"
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House Kitchen Santa Rosa Beach
-64%
Jan. 23 - Jan. 30
Kitchen
House ∙ 8 guests ∙ 3 bedrooms
Santa Rosa Beach, Walton County, Florida
from $193 $531
Best Beach Getaways
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Popular Rental Amenities in Florida

  • Internet (139,145)
  • No smoking (128,133)
  • Parking (126,820)
  • Kitchen (123,658)
  • Pool (102,082)
  • TV (84,099)
  • Air conditioning (80,924)
  • No pets (75,985)
  • Microwave (75,289)
  • Washer (71,950)
  • Grill (60,438)
  • Dishwasher (59,919)

Filters are available to help you tailor your search and find a great property in Florida. Florida is the ideal destination to look for a property if you never miss an episode of your favorite show or you can't imagine a vacation without internet, as the most common amenities are "TVs" and "internet." You could even look for accommodations if you want a rental with a fireplace (7,356 rentals include "fireplaces" in Florida) or if you need a crib for your baby (184 rentals in Florida include "cribs").

Price and Availability Index in Florida

Vacation Rental Price Information in Florida

This graph displays the average prices for the next twelve months in Florida. Prices in a week of March (3/13 - 3/20) go up to $432 per night, which is the highest average price in the next 12 months. In December (12/5 - 12/12), prices will hit an average low of $330 per night.

Rental Availability Information in Florida

Find out the percentage of available rentals in Florida with the graph above. The week with the highest booking rate in the next 12 months is in December (12/26 - 1/2), where 63% of the vacation rentals are booked. August (8/28 - 9/4) has got the highest percentage of available rentals.

The Weather in Florida

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Find the Florida climate diagram. August is the warmest month in Florida with average maximum temperatures of 33°. On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under 13° in February. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is January.

Accommodations for your vacation in Florida

84,233 of the 259,824 listed properties in Florida are house rentals. They account for nearly half of the accommodation options in this destination (41.19%). Interestingly, the average price of house rentals is $550 per night, with an average size of 209 m². Moreover, the majority of house rentals in this destination can accommodate groups of 10, which makes it a perfect vacation spot for large groups. Apartment rentals represent the second most typical accommodation option in Florida. These properties cost $391 a night on average and have an average size of 112 m².

Explore a subtropical paradise from your vacation home in Florida

With sprawling family villas and cozy beach houses, you'll have easy access to the water and so much choice for activities with Florida vacation rentals. Relax at your own private pool, visit thrilling theme parks, tour the Everglades, or party in the big cities - the choice is yours. Florida is a state that mixes sublime weather with a unique, multifaceted culture, all in gorgeous subtropical surroundings.

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How to get to Florida?

Florida Vacation Rental: How to Get There

If your Florida vacation rental is located in the heart of the state or close to Disney World, Orlando International Airport is the most practical gateway. From here, you can easily rent a car to set off on your Florida vacation or take the free shuttle to Disney World. Miami International Airport is another major hub, while Tampa International Airport is ideal if you're staying at a beach condo on the Gulf Coast.

If you are coming from the Washington D.C. metropolitan area, boarding the Amtrak Auto Train is one option. For New Yorkers, the Amtrak Silver Star and Silver Meteor ending in Miami are convenient, with many more stops in Florida along the way.

If traveling from an adjacent state, you could always take the Interstate or other additional highways to get to your Florida vacation rental. Alternatively, opt for a cruise as part of your trip and arrive in Florida in style, docking at Tampa, Miami, or Port Canaveral.

Where to find the best food in Florida?

What to eat when visiting Florida

With your Florida vacation home rental, you can choose to eat out every night, or source local produce to cook up at home. There's a great deal of variety in Floridian cuisine, taking aspects of Caribbean cultures such as Cuban, Haitian, Jamaican and many more. Miami is a particularly interesting city for food, with Little Havana and Little Haiti offering enclaves with multicultural restaurants and cuisine.

Virtually anywhere in the state, you'll find delicious home-style foods such as yellow rice with black beans, paella, and tostones (pan-fried plantain slices). Diners serving tasty Deep South barbeque foods and all-American pancake breakfasts are further treats to savour when staying in Florida vacation home rentals.

What is the weather like in Florida?

What Weather Can You Expect on Your Florida Vacation?

Florida largely enjoys a subtropical climate, meaning that you will not be short on sun.

Summer in Florida runs from June to September and tends to be very hot and humid throughout the state.

Spring sees warm temperatures but is prone to tropical showers.

Fall, from September to November, is a great time to visit, as the days are still warm and dry but with less intense humidity than the summer months.

Winter in Florida is a great option for visitors looking to escape the cold for the season. For travelers looking to spend the winter in Florida, a vacation rental offers the most comfort and convenience.

Whatever time of year you plan to visit Florida, you are likely to be greeted with pleasant weather - it is the "Sunshine State" after all!

What are the top sights in Florida?

The 6 Best Beaches to Stay Near in Florida

One of the main reasons travellers book a vacation rental in Florida is the state’s incredible beaches, with its warm water, golden sands, and beautiful sunrises and sunsets. With long stretches of coastline, Florida's numerous beaches offer plenty of activities for the whole family. You can enjoy all of this with the convenience of a beach house rental.

1. Clearwater Beach

This beach is a short distance from Clearwater City and has won numerous awards for its quality. On the beach, you can engage in activities such as jet skiing, parasailing, dolphin watching, and exciting nightlife at nearby restaurants and bars. You can enjoy musical arts, plays, and street performances on Pier 60.

2. Destin

Destin is located on the Emerald Coast of Florida, which is named for its clear green water and white sandy beaches. The beaches have lots of pine and oak trees that give the area its own distinctly beautiful look. For added fun, the western side of the beach hosts Big Kahuna’s Water & Adventure Park, which has waterfalls, tall slides, and many pools.

3. Panama City Beach

This is a seaside resort town, and one of the most popular vacation destinations in Florida. The beach has fishing piers and hiking trails to satisfy you as you explore. There's also a wide variety of activities including swimming, jet-skiing, snorkelling, dolphin spotting, and parasailing.

4. Pensacola Beach

Pensacola is the perfect beach to relax on, regardless of your style. Located on a narrow strip of land with stunning white sands, you can have two extremely different beach experiences here. Have fun on the livelier side facing the Gulf of Mexico, or opt for peace and quiet on the inland-facing side. The beaches have sections with shallower waters that are ideal for kids.

5. Siesta Key

Siesta Key is a barrier island located between the Gulf of Mexico and Roberts Bay. It's famous for its sugar-fine white sands. A short distance from the beach is a village area, where you can dine outdoors and shop for souvenirs.

6. Hutchinson Island

A lesser-known location for those seeking the sea, sun, and sand, Hutchinson Island is home to some stunning sands and beautiful nature reserves.

What are the best places to discover the arts and culture of Florida?

Floridian culture

For a look at the historical and contemporary culture of the state, head to the big cities. Orlando is mostly associated with theme parks, but if you're there be sure to also check out the Historic Bok Sanctuary. These botanical gardens are home to a variety of exotic plants and animals. The Cornell Fine Arts Museum is also located here.

In Tampa, be sure to visit the Museum of Science and Industry, or go shopping and then see the Ybor City State Museum. Jacksonville is one of Florida's most artistic cities, with institutions such as the Museum of Contemporary Art Jacksonville. Collectors will love browsing the Riverside Arts Market on Saturday afternoons. Each of these cities has its own creative character and historic neighbourhoods to discover, with a range of cultural attractions to suit everyone in your group.

What are the best activities for families in Florida?

10 Ideas for family fun in Florida

1. Walt Disney World

Comprised of four theme parks and two water parks, along with hotels and other entertainment spots, this is undoubtedly Orlando's main attraction. Magical themed rides, costume characters, and nightly fireworks displays make for an unforgettable experience.

2. Universal Islands of Adventure

Based around all your favorite television shows and films, this sprawling theme park has rides and shows suitable for all ages from toddler to adult. Vast roller coasters and water rides tower above the crowds below, delighting thrill seekers on a year-round basis.

3. Universal Studios Florida

This theme park and real-life production studio is one of the most-popular worldwide. It's well worth coinciding your visit with one of its annual event series, such as the Halloween Horror Nights or Mardi Gras celebrations.

4. The Wizarding World of Harry Potter

Dedicated to the books about the young wizard, this themed area that is located between Universal Islands of Adventure and Universal Studios Florida is a must for Harry Potter fans. Exhilarating rides, a recreation of Diagon Alley and much more await.

5. Discovery Cove

This water-based park is the ideal attraction for nature lovers with an interest in marine life. Visitors have a unique opportunity to meet and play with friendly dolphins, snorkel above a stunning coral reef, float along a tropical lazy river, and even view exotic birds.

6. Kennedy Space Center

Spread across a staggering 144,000 acres and 700 buildings, this iconic attraction on Florida's east coast is steeped in history. Daily tours and informative exhibitions inform visitors about the Apollo, Skylab, and Space Shuttle programs that were launched from here.

7. SeaWorld Orlando

Part theme park and part wildlife sanctuary, SeaWorld is one of Florida's most-popular attractions. Home to killer whales, sharks, and dolphins, you'll be amazed at the marine diversity on display. Regular shows and spectacular roller coasters guarantee a fun-packed day.

8. Busch Gardens Tampa Bay

This enormous African-themed animal park is also home to an abundance of white-knuckle rides. Roller coaster enthusiasts flock to enjoy the vertical drop of SheiKra, the exhilarating launch of Cheetah Hunt, and the twisting inversions of Montu.

9. LEGOLAND® Florida Resort Orlando

This popular theme park and water park is perfect for kids between the ages of 2 and 12. Roller coasters and water rides await, as do creative areas where kids can watch Lego bricks being made from scratch, and even make it themselves.

10. Gatorland

This compact wildlife sanctuary and theme park is perfect for nature enthusiasts of all ages. Thousands of alligators and crocodiles call the park home, in addition to an impressive array of reptiles, birds, and other exotic creatures.

What are the best nightlife spots in Florida?

Heading out for a night on the town in Florida

It will come as no surprise to most visitors that Florida is synonymous with spring break. During this time, destinations such as Miami and Daytona Beach light up with music and parties for the ultimate celebrations. The nightclubs in Miami often get particularly busy, but arriving early and dressing to impress is a good tactic for getting in. Otherwise, sports and independent bars are good, relaxed alternatives.

Of course, Daytona Beach is also famous as the home of NASCAR. The Daytona International Speedway has a huge capacity and hosts a number of other events throughout the year. It's well worth checking out what's on when you're here. An alternative is to head to one of the other big cities, such as Jacksonville, which can sometimes be overlooked as a nightlife destination and yet offers an impressive array of places to dance the night away.

Where are the unique attractions in Florida?

The Best Natural Areas and Attractions

1. The Everglades National Park

The Everglades National Park was created in 1947 and is home to 1.5 million acres of marshy land. This national park is also home to various animals like American crocodiles, manatees, alligators, and Florida panthers.

2. Dry Tortugas National Park

Located approximately 68 miles west of Key West, this park is famous for its beautiful coral reefs, abundant sea life, and a variety of tropical birds. It is also home to the legendary Fort Jefferson, which was built in the 1800s and is the topic of local folklore.

3. Lake Okeechobee

The ninth-largest largest freshwater lakes in the United States, Lake Okeechobee is one of Florida's natural wonders. Fishing and boating are popular activities on the water, while a 110-mile hiking trail awaits those who prefer to stay on dry land.

4. Kissimmee Prairie Preserve State Park

If you're interested in wildlife, this vast nature preserve is an absolute no-brainer. By day, admire the vast open grasslands, teeming with rare and endangered species. By night, this serene spot is one of the best places for stargazing in Florida.

5. Timucuan Ecological and Historic Preserve

Covering 46,000 acres, the Timucuan Ecological and Historic Preserve is made up of vast salt marshes, forested uplands, and wetlands. A great way to explore this fascinating park, which is steeped in history, is by kayak or canoe.

What are the must-see attractions in Florida?

The 5 Best Cities for a Vacation in Florida

Every year, millions of guests visit Florida’s cities for its mix of great weather, history, and culture. Offering stunning beaches, top-level nightlife and diverse cultural scenes, the Sunshine State's best cities give you everything you're looking for when you book a vacation rental here.

1. Miami

Nicknamed the capital of Latin America, this iconic city is known for its beaches lined with palm trees, and stunning Art Deco buildings. It's also home to various world-class restaurants serving a wealth of different cuisines, and countless nightclubs and music venues for plenty of fun after the sun goes down. You can go from enjoying the sands of Miami Beach to sampling the rich art scene in this colourful city.

2. Fort Lauderdale

This city north of Miami is known for its great jazz concerts and amazing cocktail bars. It's a lively haven for partygoers, with stunning beaches and waterways, and great restaurants. Fort Lauderdale is also a busy port city that serves cruises to the Caribbean.

3. Orlando

The most popular destination for visitors to Florida, Orlando is home to several magical theme parks. This means lots of activities all year round. Besides the parks, guests can also enjoy airboat tours around the local swamps, exciting shows, lots of golfing opportunities, and other family-friendly activities.

4. Jacksonville

Located on Florida’s Atlantic Coast, Jacksonville is Florida's largest city. It crosses three rivers, with several bridges linking different areas of the city. The city has several beaches that are popular for surfing and swimming, such as Neptune Beach and Jacksonville Beach.

5. Tampa

Sometimes overlooked by visitors to Florida, Tampa has a picturesque setting, situated on the bay of the same name. Tampa is a great family destination with plenty of activities that you and your family can choose from. It is home to several zoos, museums, and theme parks, including The Florida Aquarium, ZooTampa at Lowry Park, and Busch Gardens.

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Get inspired for your vacation in Florida

Florida #StayHomeToGo

Just because we can’t travel right now doesn’t mean we can’t surround ourselves with incredible travel experiences. Every week, we’ll be bringing a new destination into your home complete with music, local recipes, and virtual experiences.

This week, we’ll #StayHomeToGo in Florida.

A Florida Vacation from Home

Thousands of Americans have had to cancel their spring vacation to Florida, but HomeToGo wants to bring some Florida sunshine into your home. Treat yourself to a three-day weekend full of Florida fun complete with delicious recipes, romantic music, virtual experiences, and plenty more.

Prepare

Florida is a melting pot of cultures, sights, and sounds. It would be impossible to see everything this state has to offer in three months, let alone three days. That’s why we’ve compiled a list of the best movies, films, and podcasts to help you get a glimpse of the Florida vibe.

Read

A Land Remembered - paints a scene of a Florida in the late 1800’s and a family who battles the hardships of the frontier, eventually building an empire of wealth and real estate.

The Yearling - tells the story of a young boy who adopts and befriends an orphaned fawn while living in the Florida everglades. There has also been a film and even a musical based on this story.

Because of Winn-Dixie - a New York Times bestseller, this book tells the story of a lonely girl who moves in with her preacher father and adopts an orphaned dog she names Winn-Dixie.

Watch

The Truman Show –– Seaside in the Florida panhandle sets the idyllic, manufactured stage for this eerie look at reality television––before reality television was as ubiquitous as it is today.

Caddyshack –– A comedy cult classic about an ambitious caddy who tries to climb the social ladder at a snobby country club. Many of the scenes were filmed at the Grande Oaks Golf Club in Broward County

Bad Boys –– Michael Bay starts his directorial debut with an interesting mix of comedy, action, and police drama set in the streets of Miami Florida.

Listen

Finding Florida Podcast –– takes you on a journey across Florida, exploring the favorite towns, attractions, and other spots, accompanied by your local tour guides, Jaime and Glenn.

Friday Night in South Florida

To feel like you’ve fully arrived, listen to the big names that played at the Okeechobee 2020 Festival, one of South Florida’s largest arts and music festivals, and let the sounds carry you off to a virtual night of dancing and festival fun.

Dinner and a Movie

Cuban-American Fusion Foods

For dinner, you can dig into a Florida classic: “The Cubano”, otherwise known as the Cuban sandwich. This sandwich gets a lot of screen time in the film Chef (2014), a must-see for any film foodies, which tells the story of an established head chef who quits his job and opens up a food truck, serving Cuban cuisine. Watch the film and then try to recreate your own Cubanos with Bingeing with Babbish - Eva Marie also has an awesome Cubano recipe for vegetarians.

Saturday Morning in Flavortown

Wake up to the sounds of relaxing ocean waves and cook up a classic breakfast that would rival even the best hometown diners. And of course, don't forget the orange juice!

Diners, drive-ins, and dives, Central Florida is a hotspot for affordable and delicious food. It’s the perfect fuel for a big day of doing what Florida is perhaps most famous for, it's rollercoasters. For those with an early morning sweet tooth, you can take a twist on the theme park funnel cake by cooking your own stuffed french toast with strawberries and cream cheese

Saturday at the Park

To enjoy some of the Disney magic at home, the YouTube channel "Virtual Disney World" offers virtual reality rides through 360-degree videos. They’re compatible with a virtual reality headset or a smartphone with a headset.

After a long day on the roller coasters, it’s time for a happy hour cocktail. Anyone missing a trip to Universal Studios Wizarding World of Harry Potter can try this amazing recipe for a Harry Potter Butterbeer, which can be made with or without rum. If a hasty return to the “muggle” world seems unappealing, you can prepare for an Ultimate Harry Potter Marathon, thanks to the help of the team and Wizarding World.

Sunday Morning Walks

Although the virtual vacation is coming to an end, travelers can soak up a virtual view one last time. You can take a 4K virtual walking tour on the soft sands and sunbeds on Hollywood Beach, located between Miami Beach and Fort Lauderdale.You can also use this experience to relax and check-in on some of the adorable Meerkats at the Miami Zoo

Sunday Afternoon Snorkel

For nature and history lovers, you can leave on a high note and take a virtual tour of Dry Tortugas National Park, just off the coast of the Florida keys. The park is one of the top snorkelling destinations in America and is typically accessible only by boat or seaplane. The park is home to an abundance of marine life, especially turtles, so you can feel good about your virtual travel experience and your efforts to help to preserve this crucial habitat.

Latest Travel Updates

No doubt you’re eager to visit the real Florida after your virtual weekend away. We’re just as impatient as you are to start travelling again. For the latest on how COVID-19 is impacting travel to Florida, we recommend getting the latest travel advice from Health Canada.

Wish List

Just because you’re stuck in isolation doesn’t mean you can’t start dreaming up your Florida getaway. Have a look at some vacation rentals in your favorite Florida destination and save them to your wish list so you’re ready to book as soon as it’s safe to travel again.

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What are the popular vacation destinations in Florida?

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