Monday, January 6, 2020

Prepare for January in Miami

Miami is well known for its warm, sunny year-round climate, but not even the sunny city can escape the winter. January is one of the coldest months of the year to visit Miami; temperatures range from 16 to 24 degrees Celsius (61-73ºF). There are few rainy days in January, which makes it a great month to travel.

If you are asking, is it possible to take a dip in the ocean in January in Miami? The answer is yes. If you choose a sunny day with little wind, there is no problem bathing in the ocean, but it is not recommended, because the temperatures are low.

But don't worry! Today, Miami Riches shows you the best options that the city of the sun has for you during January.

If your main objective is to visit the Disney theme parks in Orlando, the beginning of the year (January and February) is the ideal time. During the first two months of the year, the weather is quite good for outdoor activities, and the influx of tourists is lower. Since it is a low season, you will find lower prices and better deals.

In January, you'll also find the calendar full of exciting and interactive ways to experience Miami's most diverse and culturally diverse neighborhoods. Only in Miami you can explore a museum dedicated to the city's first black policemen, or take an ecological history tour of a semi-hidden beach, and eat ice cream inspired by the flavors of Cuba; you can find this and more at Miami Art and Heritage Months.

We can't forget the South Beach Jazz Festival, a music festival featuring talented artists in a unique format. At least one person in each performance has a disability. "The great talent of the artists will promote the festival's dual goal of entertaining and defining others by ability rather than disability. The festival is about uniting our community through the universal sound of music," explains his founder, David New.

This is a small sample of the options Miami brings you in this new year.

Copyright 2012 Miami Riches. All rights reserved. 1800 SW 1st Avenue. Suite 504. Miami, FL. 33129. Tel (305) 600-3198. Fax (786) 533-3921.