WHY CHOOSE SOUTH BEACH / MIAMI, FLORIDA
Why is South Beach Miami the #1 domestic Spring Break destination in the United States for university and college students?
- Perfect weather and over 300 days of sunshine
- The hottest clubs and nightlife in the world
- Stunning shorelines and warm ocean water
- Loads of water-oriented and land-based activities
- Swank hotel and condo accommodations
- Easy to get around with tons of public transportation
One of the top choices for Spring Break for college students is South Beach Miami, where the weather’s hot and the people are hotter. Known for it’s long beaches and super happening night life South Beach Miami is the place to be and the place to be seen. You may spot a celebrity, hook up with a model, or make some spring break memories you will never forget.
Join thousands of other coeds and get ready for the best party of your life. The water’s warm, the sky is clear and the drinks flow all night long with music that will send your hear racing and make you want to stay longer. South Beach is the place to be seen.
ABOUT SOUTH BEACH / MIAMI
When you think of late night parties and hot southern sun you should think of South Beach / Miami. It has tons to offer every type of spring breaker. From all day beach parties to clubs and VIP setting bars, there is something to do 24/7. Miami is also known for its shopping scene and sports teams so you can take in some other aspects of the culture while in town for the week.
The long beaches, late night parties and mixed cultures make South Beach the ultimate destination for a rockin’ spring break. Miami is one of the hottest places on the planet and now it’s your turn to party it up!
For several decades now flocks of celebrities, models and other ultra glamorous folks have been enjoying the perfect sunshine and beautiful shorelines of South Beach / Miami. It is the place to be seen and if you happen to hang with the right crowd you very well could become an “it” girl/guy overnight. If you want a spring break to rave about and love to live the “upscale lifestyle” this is the place for you. .
From parties on the beach, to taking tours of the varied natural landscape to racing cars at Homestead Speedway there are tons of things to do to fill your day. South Beach has great companies that rent out jet skis, canoes/kayaks and other water toys. There are amusement parks, zoos, aquariums, tours of the Everglades, and several professional sports team in Miami. Look in the newspaper or pick up some tourists brochures for coupons and deals on great attractions. Of course there’s always the drunken parties on the beach with lots of skin, sand and music!
South Beach is known for its hot nightlife scene. From clubs and bars to comedy clubs and ultra exclusive VIP music scenes there is something for everyone. Most of South Beach and Miami turns into a 21+ venue after 10 pm but there are a few hangout such as outdoor dance clubs with live music that cater to the 18-20 crowd. .
Bikini and a tan. Most establishments require shoes and a shirt but many beachside bars and patio restaurants forgo even those requirements. The clubs all have dress codes at night and are strictly enforced. It is not a topless beach so if you desire to bare it all you need to find somewhere else.
Miami is the city of sun. The weather is perfect here all year round but especially during spring break. It’s usually in the low to mid 80s F and the water is in the high 70s F to low 80s F. The only thing that may put a hamper on things is if a chance hurricane decides to roll on by and you may get a bit of a breeze.
ENTRY REQUIREMENTS FOR U.S. CITIZENS
It is part of the United States so all U.S. citizens are welcome. No passport required
English is the primary language. .
There are taxis everywhere as well as rental cars if you fly in. There is also the bus system that works the entire county, the Metrorail, an elevated rail system that serves twenty-one miles of downtown Miami and surrounding areas, and Metromovers, individual motorized cars that run on a four and a half mile elevated loop through downtown Miami. .
The U.S. dollar and coin is accepted everywhere. Most restaurants, hotels and shops will accept credit cards, namely Visa, MasterCard and American Express. Travelerís checks and money orders/cashierís checks can be used at some facilities or exchanged at banks.
The typical set up in the U.S.A. and Canada: 110 Volts, 60 cycles, A.C.
South Beach Miami is located in the Eastern Time Zone and follows EST.
Most people tip around 15% on restaurants and bar tabs, $2 (U.S.) per person for bellboys, and $2 (U.S.) per room/per night for maids. On large parties of eight or more, most restaurants will include a tip of 18% in the bill for you.
DINING AND DRINKING
South Beach Spring Break offers a wide variety of restaurants and bars to choose from all along the beach and throughout the town. The area is well known for its Latin and Cuban food as well as its Seafood restaurants. Hours vary from place to place but you can find something open from 6 am for breakfast the wee hours of morning. Many bars stay open to 2 am. The legal drinking age is 21. . .
ABOUT THE WATER
The water is perfectly safe to drink in all restaurants, hotels and public drinking fountains. The ocean water is safe to go in and drink although it is very salty.