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VISIT FLORIDA Launches New Content Hubs

Date: November 4, 2019

VISIT FLORIDA has launched three new content hubs on its website, providing both helpful and inspirational information to help visitors plan their perfect holiday.

Accessible Travel

The Accessible Travel hub page provides users with information on accessible beaches, parks, events and activities, as well as destinations and attractions for visitors with autism. From sensory-friendly attractions, to wildlife therapy programmes, the hub is a helpful resource for disabled travellers looking to make the most of their Florida holiday.  

Adventure Travel

When browsing the “Adventure” hub, adventure lovers will find information on lesser-known destinations and adventurous activities throughout the State. Whether they are looking for remote locations to snorkel from or beautiful places to set-up camp, the hub is filled with inspiration to excite Florida’s adventurous visitors.

Eco-Friendly Travel

The Sunshine State is committed to responsible tourism, and to the preservation of its springs, oceans, beaches, forests and wildlife. The Eco-Friendly Travel hub provides information on Florida’s eco-friendly attractions, activities, dining, transportation and lodging – and even how to practice voluntourism.

The “Things To Do” tab on now covers a total of nine content hubs. Each one is themed to provide information on the following topics:



As the Sunshine State’s No. 1 industry, tourism was responsible for welcoming 127 million visitors in 2018. Based on the latest economic impact study, Florida visitors contributed $85.9 billion to Florida's economy and supported 1.5 million Florida jobs in 2017.  According to the Office of Economic and Demographic Research, for every $1 the state invests in VISIT FLORIDA, the official tourism marketing corporation for the State of Florida, $2.15 in tax revenue is generated. VISIT FLORIDA promotes tourism to Florida through sales, advertising, promotions, public relations and visitor services programs. As a public/private partnership, VISIT FLORIDA serves more than 13,000 tourism industry businesses, including major strategic alliance partnerships with Busch Gardens Tampa, Disney Destinations, The Hertz Corporation, Hilton, LEGOLAND Florida Resort, SeaWorld Parks & Resorts Orlando, Simon Shopping Destinations and Universal Orlando Resort. To learn more about VISIT FLORIDA, please go to or follow us on our industry social media channels: Facebook and Twitter @FloridaTourism.    

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