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Florida - The Sunshine State, offers 663 miles of amazing beaches, and more than 11,000 miles of rivers, streams and canals. A boaters’ paradise, Florida has become an international tourist destination due to Orlando and the various theme and water parks located in the area. Other popular destinations are the world famous Keys, Ft. Lauderdale, Miami Beach, Destin and more. The beautiful shorelines of both the east and west coast of Florida showcase amazing white sand beaches and tranquil Caribbean blue waters. The Gulf of Mexico is a haven for beach lovers of all ages, while the east coast is favored by the many snowbirds that spend most of January to April taking in extended vacations during the chilly winters of their native homes. You can explore boating, diving, deep sea fishing and many more activities along the Florida coast. Golf is a widely popular recreation activity with world-class courses and an abundance of municipal and private clubs for all levels of golfing proficiency. The Everglades National Park is a national treasure and a must-see. But hold onto your hat! The air boats whip and turn while hunting down actual alligator activity right before your eyes. Many offer post boat ride alligator antics, in addition to other wildlife performances. The Food Network annual South Beach Food and Wine Festival, The Daytona Speedway, and the offshore speed boating adventures are just some of the events the state has to offer. But for the diva in all of us, it’s really all about the shopping. Florida is known for its high end and couture boutiques, so pack light!