Florida is the south easternmost US peninsular state. Nicknamed as the "Sunshine State", it is widely known for its beaches. Miami is known for its Latin flavor and influential arts scene. Orlando is famous for theme parks, including Walt Disney World, Sea World, Universal Studios and LEGOLand. The other large urban centers in Florida include, Tampa, Jacksonville, Fort Lauderdale and Gainesville. Florida is home to the Miami Dolphins (pro football), the Orlando Magic (pro basketball), a couple pro baseball teams, hockey teams and NASCAR speedways. The tip of the state boasts subtropical climate and so, is the only place in continental US with coral reefs to explore. Florida is home of the famous Everglades National Part as well as Dry Tortugas National Park in Key West.
Panama City Beach is a popular destination for residents of the southern United States as well as tens of thousands of high school and college students on spring break.
One of the most vibrant cities in the USA, Miami is best known for its Latin culture and sizzling nightlife. Miami is also a major port city managing the world’s largest number of passenger cruise ships.
Orlando is theme-park city, having more theme parks than any place else in the world. There’s Walt Disney World, Epcot Center, Universal Studios, SeaWorld and Gator Park.
Clearwater Beach is separated by the city of Clearwater by the Intracoastal Waterway. USA Today readers in 2013 named it Florida’s Best Beach Town.
As there are many large Universities in Florida there are many international students and scholars on the J visa. At American visitor Insurance, we offer plans that satisfy the J visa requirements as mandated by the US immigration authorities.
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A large number of people travel from Florida to the Caribbean and to Latin American countries and vice-versa on a regular basis. While Florida sees many family members visiting relatives in the state, tourists visiting Florida and new immigrants from these nations coming to the US, it also witnesses a large number of US residents traveling to the Caribbean and Latin America. While Visas are not required for US nationals to most of these nations, US nationals must however be careful about their health insurance. Since Medicare and US domestic health insurance has little coverage outside US borders, it is important to buy proper international travel insurance while visiting the Caribbean or Latin America.
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