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Brochure images of tanning flesh and Mickey Mouse give an inaccurate and incomplete picture of FLORIDA. Although the aptly nicknamed "sunshine state" is indeed devoted to the tourist trade, it's also among the least-understood parts of the US. Away from its overexposed resorts lie forests and rivers, deserted strands filled with wildlife, vibrant cities and primeval swamps.

In many respects Florida is still evolving. A thousand people a day move to the state, now the fourth most populous in the nation. Changing demographics are eroding the traditional Deep South conservatism: the new Floridians tend to be a younger, more energetic breed, while Spanish-speaking enclaves provide close ties to Latin America and the Caribbean – links as influential in creating wealth as the recent arrival of the movie industry in central Florida, fresh from Hollywood.

The essential stop is cosmopolitan, half-Hispanic Miami, from where a simple journey south brings you to the Florida Keys, a hundred-mile string of islands known for sports fishing, coral-reef diving, and the sultry town of Key West, legendary for its sunsets and anything-goes attitude. North from Miami, much of the east coast is disappointingly urbanized, albeit with miles of unbroken beaches flowing alongside. The residential stranglehold is finally escaped further north, where communities such as Daytona Beach have become subservient to the local sands.

In central Florida the terrain turns green, though it's no rural idyll: this is where you'll find Walt Disney World, where tourism is practiced on the scale of the infinite. From here it's just a skip north to the forests of the Panhandle, Florida's link with the Deep South, or to the towns and beaches of the west coast, which should be savored while progressing steadily south to the Everglades, an alligator-filled swathe of saw grass plain.

Finally, Florida is still struggling with its reputation for crimes against (and even murders of) tourists. While the authorities have been successful in reducing such attacks, the fact remains that planeloads of visitors who have left their cares – and sometimes their common sense – at home make an inviting target for opportunistic criminals. The odds against becoming a victim are astronomic, but it pays to be wary Click here to go to Florida State web site.

 

 

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