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Florida is one of the most visited tourist sites in the world. Looking for fun, Sun and excitement, people are happy to refer to “the country of the Sun”. Disneyland, “Magic Kingdom Park” and “Busch Gardens” are just some of the attractions that made this country famous. Orlando is the known city in Florida, with a large number of theme parks, movie studios, water parks and entertainment places in general.

However, Florida has more content in addition to Mickey Mouse. Water, lakes, hills, forests and exciting coastline, countless bays, islands and the legendary climate make it a very attractive country to visit. In the northeastern part are Miami and Miami Beach, “hunting ground” for the rich and famous. Palm Beach follows it closely by the glamorous guests. Fort Lauderdale is a popular place for family holidays and offers a wide range of sports and recreational activities. In northern, Florida Keys offers a tropical climate, beautiful beaches and clear blue sea.

The best places to stay in Florida are:

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  • Delnor – Wiggins Pass State Park, Naples, Florida

The new member on this year’s list is located in the prestigious Naples, on the shores of the Gulf Coast of Florida. This park of 166 acres offers a perfect white sand dunes covered with sea oats, observation tower, picnic area hidden from the Sun in the trees, and as befits every beach pretending to be a real beach: millions of shells scattered on all sides as far as the eye can see. All in all, if you want to spend the holidays without having to worry, this is one of the ideal locations in the United States.

  • Cape Florida State Park, Key Biscayne, Florida

While the waves writhing over a large underwater sand folds in the distance, losing on strength, on the edge of the water, how experienced swimmers and beginners can enjoy almost perfectly calm water. This beautiful beach with white-coral sand is perfect for swimming! If you prefer to experience all the benefits of the summer destination, then this is the beach that will provide you with just that: crystal water perfect for snorkeling, peaceful streams for swimming effortlessly, endless trails for walking and jogging, a beacon that can be explored, and more a lot of it.

  • George Island State Park, Florida

This part of Florida that “intersects” the North American continent is sometimes called the “Forgotten Coast”, and it is home to a national park which is the destination of a large number of migratory birds from the north. Here in the south of “finger”, near Apalachicola River, southwest of Tallahassee is a paradise for bird lovers, sand dunes shellfish hunters, or fans of powdery, fine white sand that goes on forever. If there is a paradise on the Earth, this is a certainly one of the best candidates. This is definitively the perfect place to escape from the urban jungle and boring everyday life.

These are the most beautiful places to stay in Florida. These places deserve someone who is tired of urban life and needs a perfect vacation! Enjoy the stay in the best places in Florida!

How to Organize a Family Camping Trip

In the US there are several campsites organized, that is, public or private spaces with proper security, electricity, water and bathrooms with hot showers. Some sites even offer recreation areas with swimming pools, playgrounds, courts and restaurants. So, no need to worry about family entertainment.

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It is important to make a personal list of what the family will need, so you do not forget anything. Another cool tip is schedule the activities to be done outdoors in advance.

You might want to choose a place that isn’t too far from home, so that you can take everything you need with you. Not only do you have to load your own stuff but also take your children’s possessions, a process that requires planning, initial extra spending on specific equipment and a bit of physical strength.

We’ve put together a list of things that you’ll need as a family for a successful and stress-free camping experience.

  • Tent (s): with ceiling dome-shaped and fiber rods, the igloo type tents are easy to assemble and have a fair price.
  • Sleeping bags: Nylon sarcophagus type bags filled with cotton are great to warm the body. But the envelope model is the most suitable for beach areas. There are also sleeping bags specially designed for kids. You can also opt for inflatable mattresses and duvets.
  • Canvas: a light-colored canvas to be placed on the stalls and protect the sun campground and rain. And another canvas to be extended under the tent and protect the floor.
  • Gas stove: the model with two burners is safer and more convenient.
  • Pots, pans, plastic plates and other utensils of the day to day will also be needed in the camp meals if your chosen camping site does not provide restaurant service.
  • Can and bottle openers.
  • Sharp knife (needless to say that this should be kept way from your children).
  • Bottles and plenty of water.
  • Gas refrigerators: in case you have opted for a trailer or motor home.
  • Gas lantern or candles and matches
  • Flashlights: with extra batteries. Make sure there’s at least 1 flashlight per person.
  • Toilet paper and wet wipes.
  • First aid kit, sunscreen, insect repellent and medicine.
  • Compass and map of the area (crucial for wild places backpackers).
  • Many plastic bags to put all the garbage way and not leave anything behind.

Hopefully, you’ll find this list valuable. You might need additional items depending on the type of camping that you’ll be doing. The biggest variable here is whether you’re sleeping at a camping site or if you’re going all out and sleeping in the middle of nowhere.