Your journey begins in Florida, where the magic of Walt Disney World awaits. Experience the thrill of Orlando's world-famous theme parks before heading for the laid-back vibes of Key West or the bustling nightlife of Miami.
Then, hop on a short flight to the heart of Mexico, where you can immerse yourself in the rich history of Mexico City, explore the ancient ruins of Chichen Itza, or simply relax on the soft sands of Cancun's tranquil beaches.
Our specialised Florida and Mexico twin-centre holidays packages are crafted for seamless transition between Florida and Mexico. With our experienced team at your service, and 24/7 support, your multi-centre dream is within reach.
So, will it be the vivacious fiestas of Mexico or Florida's sunny shores that'll catch your fancy first?
Florida is famed for having a little of everything, from thrilling theme parks to breathtaking vistas and incredible wildlife. Visit coastal hotspots and vibrant cities or head down to the Florida Keys for some peace and tranquillity during your holiday. All while savouring delicious, fresh Florida cuisine, of course. Are you ready to discover Florida’s best side?
Orlando’s known as the Theme Park Capital of the World and for good reason: with Walt Disney World Resort, Universal Orlando Resort, LEGOLAND, and more all to discover, it’s the perfect destination for thrill-seekers. Ride roller coasters, make a splash at water parks, and meet Mickey, Minnie and co. during your adventure.
From the golden sands of Florida’s Gulf Coast to the Atlantic east-coast beaches, you’ll be spoilt for choice. Experience the lively Daytona Beach, peaceful Naples, or head up to the Panhandle and discover Panama City Beach. Wherever you head, pack your sunscreen and swimming costumes and dive into either relaxation or adventure.
It’s no coincidence that Florida is known as the ‘Sunshine State’, thanks to its subtropical climate and near year-round mild temperatures. It’s the main reason visitors flock to the state each year dreaming of long lazy beach days under the sun. It can experience daily rain though, especially during the hurricane season that runs from June to November - but it’s brief!
With incredible attractions and many beaches with calm waters, Florida is the ultimate family-friendly holiday destination. Of course, there’s Walt Disney World Resort, but beyond that there’s plenty to see and do, whether you’re travelling with tiny tots or older teens. Swim with dolphins, visit museums, or take a road trip to the Florida Keys on an epic road trip.
There is no place like Mexico. Known around the world for its unique blend of picture-perfect beaches, eclectic culture, historical curiosities and of course its fiery food, this is a destination on everyone’s bucket list. And once you’ve been, you’ll want to return again and again!
The true definition of paradise. Mexico’s beaches are among some of the best in the world, with an abundance of diving opportunities and various watersports in its turquoise waters, or simply sunbathing and building sandcastles on its endless stretches of pristine shoreline.
Replicated the world over but never as good as the real thing. Visiting Mexico gives you the chance to try some of its most iconic and spiciest cuisines using the freshest local ingredients, traditionally cooked and served up in the most inspirational settings. Think tacos, enchiladas, huevos rancheros, burritos and so much more!
Culture & History
Mexico has a rich and vibrant culture dating back to its fascinating ancient Mayan and Aztec civilisations, and more recently its Spanish influences. From the food, arts, music and dance of its traditional customs to its archaeological marvels and diverse towns and cities, Mexico is a wonder for exploration and discovery.
Big City Life
Mexico boasts big, sprawling cities like Mexico City, Guadalajara and the border town of Tijuana, which are profuse with cultural festivals, historical sites and excellent dining scenes. While its beachside resort cities like Cancún, Tulum and Playa del Carmen along the Riviera Maya are tourist hubs for dynamic nightlife and relaxing daytime vibes.
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Florida & Mexico Holiday FAQs
Florida & Mexico Holiday FAQs
Florida & Mexico Holiday FAQs
The optimal time for multi-centre holidays to Florida and Mexico largely hinges on personal preferences. Florida is a year-round destination, but the mild weather during the spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November) makes for a stunning escape. However, if you're a fan of sunny scenes, summer welcomes numerous tourists despite its humidity.
On the flip side, Mexico's peak tourist season runs during the dry period from November to April, when the weather is nice and warm. For fewer crowds and lower prices, the shoulder seasons of May and October are worthy considerations, albeit with a higher chance of rain.
The time difference between Florida and Mexico depends on the specific locations within these regions, as they span multiple time zones. Generally, Florida is in the Eastern Time Zone (ET), while Mexico covers four time zones from Pacific Standard Time (PST) to Eastern Standard Time (EST).
Mexico City, which is in Central Standard Time (CST), is usually 1 hour behind Florida. Cancun, which operates on Eastern Standard Time (EST), is on the same time as Florida. However, Daylight Saving Time adjustments may affect these time differences. So, it's advisable to check the exact time difference between your specific locations in Florida and Mexico as and when you plan your trip.
For a twin-centre holiday encompassing Florida and Mexico, selecting well-connected airports is crucial for a smooth travel experience. In Florida, Orlando International Airport (MCO) is ideal if you plan to visit Walt Disney World, Universal Studios, or other top attractions in Orlando. Miami International Airport (MIA) is a great choice for exploring Miami's beaches, nightlife, and the nearby Florida Keys.
Upon heading to Mexico, Cancun International Airport (CUN) Provides easy access to the beach resorts of Cancun and the Riviera Maya, as well as historical sites like Chichen Itza.
While Mexico City International Airport (MEX) is perfect for diving into Mexico's rich cultural and historical scene in the capital.
These airports are well-serviced and offer numerous flight options, making them convenient choices for your twin-centre holiday.
During your Florida multi-centre trip you can tuck into the many diverse culinary options - so we hope you’ve got a big appetite! The Cuban Sandwich is a Florida staple, especially in Tampa and Miami. This sandwich is packed with ham, roasted pork, Swiss cheese, pickles, mustard, and sometimes salami on Cuban bread.
Stone crab claws are another delicacy, harvested mostly in the Keys and a sustainable choice, these crab claws are sweet, tender, and usually served chilled with mustard sauce. Gator bites are geared towards the adventurous eater; a unique Floridian experience, these tasty bites are often compared to chicken! Conch Fritters are a popular appetiser in the Keys, consisting of deep-fried balls made from conch meat, peppers, onions, and a blend of spices. Or, if you’re a sweet tooth, the state pie of Florida, Key Lime Pie, is undoubtedly a go-to, with its refreshing, tangy, and creamy filling and a crumbly crust!
These dishes offer a taste of Florida’s diverse and unique culinary tradition, blending indigenous ingredients with cultural influences from Cuba, the Caribbean, and beyond.
Mexico's culinary heritage is a treasure trove of flavours and traditions, with some firm-favourites you simply have to try while in its place of birth. Tacos, a timeless Mexican classic, offer a wide array of fillings, from succulent carnitas to flavourful carne asada. You’ll find guacamole galore, too - a delicious dip crafted from mashed avocados, onion, tomatoes, lime juice, and chili peppers, tantalises the taste buds. Delve into the patriotic Chiles en Nogada, a dish adorned with green, white, and red ingredients symbolising the Mexican flag. Classic enchiladas feature corn tortillas brimming with meat, cheese, or beans, and smothered in chili pepper sauce. And don't forget about quesadillas, where tortillas embrace a filling of cheese, sometimes complemented by meats, beans, and spices, all sizzled to perfection on a griddle.
These dishes provide a glimpse into Mexico's amazing culinary landscape, embodying a tradition of flavours that has been passed down through generations.
Building your Florida and Mexico multi-centre holiday itinerary is essential. Let’s start with Florida. Often dubbed the "Sunshine State", it hosts plenty of natural, historical, and modern attractions to explore. The main ones being Walt Disney World and Universal Studios in Orlando, perfect for families and theme park lovers.
For beach days, the pristine shores of Miami Beach and the laid-back vibe of Key West are your go-to spots. While nature aficionados can take in the scenic beauty of the Everglades National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage site, and the crystal-clear springs of Silver Springs State Park. Florida has something for everyone.
Mexico is a treasure trove of historical, natural, and cultural attractions. The ancient ruins of Chichen Itza and Teotihuacan transport visitors back to the times of the Mayans and Aztecs. The pristine beaches of Cancun and Playa del Carmen offer a slice of paradise with their turquoise waters. Mexico City, the capital, is a hub of rich cultural experiences with its numerous museums like the National Museum of Anthropology and historical landmarks such as the Zocalo and Palacio de Bellas Artes. The charming town of Guanajuato, with its colourful streets and underground tunnels, also showcases Mexico's colonial heritage. Mexico is bursting with history and traditions just waiting to be uncovered.
In Florida, the best area to stay largely depends on your interests. Orlando is ideal for families and theme park enthusiasts with many wonderful villa communities situated within close proximity to Walt Disney World and Universal Studios. Miami Beach, on the other hand, offers a lively mix of nightlife, trendy hotels, and beautiful beaches, perfect for younger travellers or couples.
Key West is more of a laid-back vibe with picturesque beaches - great for those seeking a quiet, relaxing retreat. Similarly, Fort Lauderdale is known for its boating canals and stunning beaches, a more subdued alternative to Miami. Then you have Naples, a luxurious area with upscale accommodations, fine dining, and pristine beaches, suitable for a more tranquil and luxury getaway.
Each area offers a distinct Floridian experience, catering to a range of preferences whether you're after adventure, relaxation, or a spot of luxury.
Selecting the perfect accommodation for your Mexico multi-centre holiday depends on what type of experience you’re seeking. Cancun, renowned for its vibrant nightlife, opulent resorts, and pristine beaches, is an excellent choice for those after an action-packed getaway. If you prefer a more laid-back atmosphere, Playa del Carmen offers trendy vibes, stunning beaches, and excellent shopping options. Tulum, on the other hand, provides a serene escape with boutique hotels, ancient ruins, and natural cenotes, offering a relaxed and culturally enriching experience. Meanwhile, Mexico City beckons urban explorers with its bustling metropolis, rich historical heritage, numerous museums, and a burgeoning culinary scene. And for those seeking the Pacific coast's beauty, Puerto Vallarta awaits with its stunning beaches, vibrant art scene, and charming Old Town ambiance.
Your Florida and Mexico multi-centre holidays should include some off-the-beaten-track destinations, too. Florida is peppered with hidden gems beyond its well-trodden attractions. The serene Crystal River provides visitors a chance to swim with manatees in a beautiful natural setting. For a slice of old Florida, the quaint town of Mount Dora is a peaceful retreat with its charming Downtown and scenic lake. The Devil’s Den Spring is a prehistoric underwater spring inside a dry cave, a unique spot for snorkelling and scuba diving. St. Augustine, the nation's oldest city, is rich in history yet often overlooked. Lastly, the beautiful Sanibel Island is a haven for shell collectors and those seeking tranquil beaches.