‘The Sunshine State’ is situated on a large peninsula at the southern
extreme of the east coast of the United
States. It has a warm and humid sub-tropical climate and the economy relies
heavily on the tourism industry. Over 60
million tourists visit Florida each year.
Although most of the state is flat
and sandy, there are several distinct
geographical regions with each offer-
ing unique attractions. The eastern
side is bordered by the Atlantic Ocean
and features wide beaches. Most of
the beaches cater to tourists and are
full of restaurants, tourist attractions
and entertainment venues.
Central Florida is home to Disney
World and many other family-oriented
entertainment complexes. The region is
also known for the orchards that produce those famous Florida oranges.
A large portion of the southern tip of
Florida is covered in swampland. This is
where you’ll find Everglades National