Miami has a tropical climate with extremely hot summers. Temperatures can reach 90°F during the summer months.
From the exotic wildlife of the Everglades to the exciting nightlife of South Beach, from deep blue oceans to shallow emerald bay, Greater Miami offers visitors the best of all worlds – a destination where the cutting edge of urban chic coexists with the beauty and splendour of a tropical paradise.
Great year-round weather, relaxed atmosphere and some of the best hotels in the world are the backdrop for a vibrant cosmopolitan metropolis. Boasting a vibrant arts and cultural landscape, renowned nightlife scene and world-class dining and entertainment, Miami draws an eclectic mix of visitors from sizzling celebrities to frolicking families seeking fun in the sun.
Mention “Miami” and the first thing that will come to mind is the beach. Mile after mile of sparkling waters, golden sands, tanned tourists… the images are glamorous but they are surpassed only by the reality. Miami Beach – from Cape Florida down south to Golden Beach up north – is a legendary resort destination, setting the gold standard for hospitality and constantly reinventing and renovating itself to catch the latest waves of visitor expectations.
To the south and west, Everglades National Park, the third largest in the U.S. National Park System, is a unique 1.5 million-acre eco-system of sawgrass prairies, mangrove swamps, subtropical jungle and the warm waters of Florida Bay. Nearby, the primarily underwater Biscayne National Park is teeming with sea life and plants, and features living coral reefs as well as the longest stretch of mangrove forest left on Florida’s east coast within its 173,000 acres. With an unparalleled mix of ethnic and cultural groups spread throughout the city’s environs, Miami has “a live and let live” philosophy.
Visitors instantly pick up on the local laid-back mood; and stress melts away upon arrival.