Ideas for planning your own holiday
Use our Florida's Beach and the Keys route as a starting point, then talior-make your holiday by simply adding or removing any locations you want to include or leave out. If you have more time and want to explore further still, there are lots of additional places to see along the way.
We're here to help - call us on 024 7647 5340 and we'll help you plan your perfect route.
Day 1 - 2 Fly to Miami with British Airways or Virgin Atlantic and spend two nights in a hotel to explore Miami.
Day 3 Pick up motorhome and drive along the Keys to Grassy Key, stocking up
on supplies on the way.
Day 4 Cross the seven mile bridge on the way to Key West, the southern most point on the Keys.
Day 5 Retrace your route north staying at Key Largo to see coral reefs, seagrass beds and mangrove swamps.
Day 6 Leaving the Keys head into Everglades National Park, not a swamp as popularly pictured but a vast river slowly flowing south west.
Day 7 Head north to Sanibel Island, via the Everglades and Big Cypress National Reserve.
Day 8 Continue onto Fort DeSoto Country Park where the beach has frequently won the America’s Best Beach Award.
Day 9 - 10 No visit to Florida would be complete without a visit to Walt Disney World and Universal Studios.
Day 11 - 12 Head east to visit Cape Canaveral and the Kennedy Space Centre.
Day 13 Take a leisurely drive along the coast passing through Palm Beach and Fort Lauderdale to stay at Dania Beach.
Day 14 Return your motorhome to Miami and catch your flight back to London.
When is the best time to travel?
This journey can be made at any time of the year but it is advisable to book your campgrounds well in advance. The sites are busy, even in winter, when many snow-birders spend the winter in the sun.
Let us personalise your trip and quote for your holiday. Call 0845 601 0905 or 024 7647 5340.
From £1,410 per person in December 2013.
Prices include: Return flights from the UK, two nights hotel stay in Miami, 11 nights motorhome rental.
Distance 1,200 miles.