Florida – Tours

Tours in Florida

A subtropical mosaic of mangrove forests, turquoise waters, powdery beaches and world-renowned theme parks, Florida is much more than its iconic Walt Disney World Resort.

Beach lovers will rejoice at what’s on offer here; from the serene and inviting warm waters of peaceful Clearwater to the sublime sunsets of the Gulf of Mexico, sink into dazzling white sands across Florida’s expansive coastline, voted among the best of the USA’s beaches and celebrated the world over. Our Orlando and St Pete/Clearwater tour combines the laid-back lifestyle of St Pete and its artisan markets with the high-end retail therapy, exceptional fine dining, vibrant nightlife and theme park thrills of Orlando.

Alternatively, if you want to experience it all, our Orlando, Miami and the Florida Keys tour takes you from the playground of Orlando’s thrilling Universal Orlando Resort™ and the fascinating Kennedy Space Center at Cape Canaveral, to opulent Miami Beach and the pastel shades of the Architectural District’s 1930s art-deco hotels. Journey down to glamourous palm-fringed South Beach and sip sundowners at its neon-drenched bars, before escaping the bustle of the shimmering city skyline at the tranquil Virginia Key.

Finally, you’ll venture down to the tropical paradise islands of the Florida Keys. A diving haven, the Keys are home to the world’s third-largest coral reef, teeming with yellow-tail snappers, parrotfish, hogfish, barracuda and the graceful loggerhead sea turtle. Journey through thriving mangrove forests as you glide along its maze of waterways, the air alive with the warbling of cormorants and honking of the mangrove cuckoos.

12 days Piedmont Park Atlanta

Gone with the Wind Tour


Georgia, South Carolina, Florida, Alabama, Tennessee, Louisiana and mighty Mississippi are united by a haunting history but they're probably most famous now for their lively music, delicious Deep South cooking and charming southern hospitality. One of our most popular escorted...

Cultural holidays

Gone with the Wind Tour
19 days

Seven Seas Navigator Montréal to Miami


Explore the rich heritage and rugged coastline of Eastern Canada and New England as you voyage south from the enchanting French Canadian city of Montréal to the lively sun kissed shores of Miami with Regent Seven Seas Cruises®. You will...

Luxury holidays

Seven Seas Navigator Montréal to Miami
14 days Grand Ole Opry

Rhythms of the South Self Drive


The southern United States is the birthplace of many different genres of music from country, jazz, blues to rock 'n' roll. On this 14 day self drive adventure you will hit the open road and drive across these southern states...

Iconic journeys

Rhythms of the South Self Drive
14 days Horizon Lounge

Seven Seas Voyager Caribbean Cruise


Start in style with a city stay in Miami. The set of many films and TV show, this glamorous hot spot is a veritable hive of activity makes for an ideal break, before boarding the Seven Seas Voyager® and embarking...

Iconic journeys

Seven Seas Voyager Caribbean Cruise

Frequently Asked Questions

Thousands of visitors go to the Everglades every year without incident. The authorities recommend sticking to the paths and going no nearer than five metres to a wild animal. They also suggest taking plenty of water and protection from the very hot sun.

North and Central Florida is subtropical, humid and with a rainy season from May to October. The south of Florida is tropical and, therefore, usually warm and pleasant in the winter months.

Kennedy Space Center is roughly an hour away from central Orlando and is easily accessible by several highways and toll roads. Depending on the time of day and location of your accommodation, it is advised you head out early to avoid traffic. With so much to see and do, many visitors find that, despite being there a full day, they don’t come close to seeing everything the Kennedy Space Center has to offer.

Nicknamed 'The Sunshine State', Florida really is a playground in the sun. Relax on the white sand beaches and have fun at the amusement parks, take a dip into the natural world, and find chic shops and restaurants in the towns and cities – you’ll find lots more to put in your treasure trove of memories.

Why you'll love Florida...

  • Relaxing on one of Florida’s award-winning beaches along the three coasts
  • Indulging in retail therapy at the numerous chic and discount shopping outlets
  • Sampling exciting dishes in the eclectic mix of restaurants influenced by Florida's diverse population
  • Experiencing a dive in the world class scuba locations
  • Seeing the joy on the faces of your children as they hug their favourite Disney characters (don’t forget this needs to be booked in advance)
  • Snorkelling in the beautiful, clear water at the ironically named Dry Tortugas
  • Sunning yourself at Miami Beach, famous for celebrities and movie making
  • Appreciating the Key West architecture
  • Feeling the fear at Everglades Alligator Farm
  • Taking a dolphin spotting tour from Marco Island
  • Tasting the culinary delights of Miami Harbour
  • Sailing in Biscayne Bay on Florida’s south coast


Did you know? 

  • The Everglades is the only place in the world where crocodiles and alligators co-exist.
  • In 2014, two men spent 17 hours completing all 46 rides at Disney World. In 2018, there are now over 50 rides to choose from.
  • Author Ernest Hemingway lived in Key West for many years and wrote A Farewell to Arms here. Bibliophiles will be fascinated by a tour of his old home.