Of course, when you’re planning a big fun vacation, it can be hard to force yourself to think about the negatives. Everybody wants a little fun in the sun and factoring in the worst vacation times can seem like a bit of a drag.

But there are best and worst times for a vacation, nonetheless. So join us, today, as we take a closer look at the worst vacation times for Miami, and get ready to book the best vacation possible with our insider tips.

Too Much Of A Good Thing

Let’s get it out of the way: most people want to visit Florida for the heat. For some people, it’s the biggest reason there is, beyond the hotels, events, beaches and everything else.

Indeed, some of us thrive in hot and humid climates. But many of us don’t, and we fail to account for just how hot the summer months actually get in Florida.

Temperatures reach 80 degrees, often, and sometimes climb up to around 90 degrees Fahrenheit, all the way from April to October. This is complemented by huge amounts of humidity, which can be incredibly draining when you’re out trying to enjoy yourself. During these months, you’ll want to spend as much time as possible enjoying the hotel’s air conditioning. 

Low Season Is Go Season

If your goal is to avoid crowds, the high season is a real consideration to factor into your Miami vacation. In regions with theme parks and beaches, the summer months see big crowds, especially among older, retired travelers. You’ll see the greatest migration following the January holidays.

These crowds are more than just inconvenient. They raise hotel prices, bump up air travel costs, and have a direct impact on car rentals. 

Blowing More Than Hot Air

Of course, the elephant in the room with any Florida vacation trip is the question of the almost yearly hurricanes. You can lower your odds of getting stuck in or around a storm by avoiding “hurricane season” during your trip.

This includes high-risk months from June to November. Go during these months, and you may get reduced rates on accommodation and activities. We don’t recommend taking your life into your hands, though, so make sure to do your research and plan for the worst.

Take note of hurricane evacuation routes. Invest in solid travel insurance. Ask your hotel and car rental agents about how you might cancel if something went wrong. 

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