We wanted to do a lot of things when we were going to Florida.
These were going to be our experiences during the trip to Florida. However, before we could do this, we needed to know how much the trip would end up costing.
This was essential to ensure we were not making a mistake or were not financially prepared for what we were about to do.
As travelers, we have a good estimate of how much it costs to travel to this part of the world.
We know you are going to be itching to get this information and we are going to shed light on this here.
Daily Budget For A Trip To Florida
Let’s begin with a simple figure.
We would recommend around $80 per person for each day you spend in Florida. This is going to incorporate your food, accommodations, transportation, and potential activities you are going to complete on the trip.
Of course, this can increase rapidly depending on the luxuries you are going for and how extensive the trip is going to be.
This is a rough estimate and should help act as a guiding line.
Tips On How To Budget For A Trip To Florida
Carry Cash With You
We have made this mistake in the past.
It’s common for people to want to carry their credit card and assume that’s going to be enough. We disagree, this is not the right method to move forward with and can become a serious issue if you are not careful.
For example, if you are going to be paying for food where they only accept cash, you will want to have the local currency in hand especially as a foreign tourist.
We would not overlook this fact because there are still various spots around Florida where cash is going to be king.
It’s essential to make sure you are diligent when it comes to your financial liquidity in a situation such as this or you are going to end up getting embarassed.
It’s also a good way to get a good deal if you are shopping around.
Some local markets are going to end up giving you better deals if you are offering cash. It’s simply due to the nature of the transaction and how quickly it’s going to be completed. Keep this in mind to make sure you are aware of what you are paying for.
Since we have already mentioned how much money you are going to need (roughly), it’s best to walk around with at least that much when you are stepping out. Of course, you will also want to keep your credit card too.
Prepare A Budget
We often see travelers going to Florida or any part of teh world without a rough budget. We are not saying to break things down to the last detail but it is useful to have a rough idea of how much money you are going to need in Florida.
This will make life a lot easier for you.
You can then make adjustments on the go such as not eating at a higher-end restaurant because you are creeping up to your daily budget target.
This is a lot easier when you are aware of what the daily budget is.
Choose Your Activities Wisely
A lot of of tourists in Florida don’t choose their activities wisely.
You should be paying attention to how much money you are spending on specific activities. You can also look at potential passes that are available for activities around Florida.
This is going to make it a bit more affordable if you are already aware of where you are going to go.
Get A Prepaid Debit Card
Sometimes, you are not going to have cash on hand and your credit card is not going to work. This does happen when everything is going wrong!
We have been there and done that.
This is why it’s essential to make sure you have another backup in hand. This is going to include buying a prepaid debit card and using this with the local currency in it. This is going to save you a lot of trouble and you are going to see solid results with this type of change.
Don’t underappreciate the role of somethingl like this and the value it can bring.
Be Prepared For Transportation Costs
A lot of tourists in Florida are surprised by the transportation costs.
Most attractions are not as close as you think they are. This means you are going to have to grab an Uber or look at other modes of transportation in Florida.
These are going to add up.
This is how much money you need to travel to the state of Florida.
We know you are going to be unsure about how much you need and we always recommend having extra money rather than less. This is going to make life easier for you.
Amanda Harper is a travel enthusiast with 10+ years of traveling experience across the planet. Her passion for writing and travel makes her a walking bibliography on modern-day tourism.