Marco Island Vacation Guide
On the uncrowned king of Florida's Ten Thousand Islands, Marco Island vacations provide you with the perfect setting to explore the great outdoors. From beaches bleached white under sunny skies to the vast green expanse of the neighbouring Everglades, you can take your pick of where to spend your vacation days.
Explore the mangroves with eco-tours through the narrow creeks or skirt the coastline on jet-skis and catamarans. Anglers can choose between sailing to deeper waters or wading out in their tallest boots for a spot of fly fishing. Wildlife enthusiasts can keep an eye out for friendly dolphins that frequent the coast, while those looking for a challenge can scout for hideouts occupied by reclusive manatees.
From bars and restaurants to plenty of shops, there won't be a great deal that you will miss when on vacation here. And if all you want to do is forget about the world for a while, check into an all inclusive resort with spa services that are guaranteed to revive and refresh your weary soul.
Marco Island enjoys tropical weather conditions with daytime highs ranging between 22-32°C throughout the year. There's no escaping the rain, but booking vacation packages between November and May will get you lighter and less frequent showers.
Prices for all inclusive vacations to Marco Island are lower in the wet season between June and October, but if you don't mind the rain, this is when you will find fewer tourists around and incredibly cheap holiday deals. Vacation package prices start to climb as winter begins, with plenty of snowbirds and families making their way to the island. Book as quickly as you can if this is when you're planning a trip, and remember to pack something warm for the evenings as the coastal breeze can make you a bit chilly after sundown.
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