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  • Top Key Largo Beaches

    When it comes to Key Largo, like the rest of the Florida Keys, there aren't a lot of natural beaches. The main reason is the water here is extremely shallow (caused by the coral reefs) and because of this, there is not a lot of wave action that brings in s…

  • Miami Broward Carnival

    There are some celebrations that are worth traveling for including Mardi Gras, New Year's in New York City, and Halloween in Las Vegas. While Carnival might be best known for its celebrations abroad, the festivities right here in the U.S. are getting bette…

  • What Makes South Walton Special

    Located on the beautiful Emerald Coast of the Florida Panhandle, South Walton's beach neighborhoods make this stretch of coastline a favorite beach vacation spot.

  • Top 10 Things to Do in Pensacola

    Like many cities along Florida’s Emerald Coast, Pensacola and Pensacola Beach have some of the world’s whitest beaches. This claim is no idle boast—white crystals from the Appalachian Mountains wash down into the Gulf of Mexico and onto the beaches, making…

  • Magic Kingdom

    See your favorite Disney characters come to life on a family vacation to Walt Disney's Magic Kingdom.

  • Big Pine Key

    If you're shopping for an enjoyable vacation for you and the family, consider spending some time on beautiful Big Pine Key just off the southern tip of Florida.

  • Best Disney World Tips for First Timers

    If you're planning a first trip to Disney World, you might be a little overwhelmed. Don't worry; with a little advance research and planning you will be able to navigate Disney World like an old pro.

  • Family-Friendly Island Adventures on Cudjoe Key

    Cudjoe Key is residential and laid-back for a family vacation that's all about playing in the water and exploring the sunny Florida Keys.

  • Islamorada

    You'll love the family-friendly atmosphere at Islamorada in the Florida Keys. The whole family can play on the beach, dolphin encounters at Theater of the Sea and water sports at one of the village's several parks.

  • Captiva Island

    Florida is home to dozens of celebrated beaches and Captiva Island ranks high on that list. Located just north of Sanibel Island, these sister islands feature white sand beaches, clear blue water and year-round sunshine.