While there are plenty of fascinating destinations in the USA, there surely is no place like Florida. Surrounded by both the Atlantic and the Gulf of Mexico, the peninsula is blessed with a tropical climate offering great weather and sunshine year-round. It is the flora and fauna of the state that led to its name “Land of Flowers”, or Florida in Spanish. When the first European settlers from Spain arrived in Florida in 1513, they were blown away by the natural beauty of the land and you will be, too. Joining our TEFL/TESOL course in Florida will open doors to countless opportunities for employment in ESL around the globe.
Nature lovers will find paradise in the scenery of Florida. Most people visit the state to spend time at the many beaches. The Atlantic Coast, the Florida Keys and the Gulf of Mexico all offer unique beach getaways with relaxing resorts and spa hotels. St. George Island State Park has some of the most beautiful beaches in the region. Surfers love the park, as they can find some of the tallest waves there. St Joseph Peninsula State Park is another major destination for beach fun. 10 miles of white sand are waiting to be explored. The many tall dunes invite you to engage in bird and turtle watching. Bleach-white beaches and crystal clear waters are waiting for you in the Florida Keys. In fact, the Keys are Florida’s most famous and most visited beach destination. The area is located a mere 90 miles from Cuba and offers the only living coral reef in the continental USA.
Everglades National Park is an area of wetlands and forests fed by a river and has been declared an International Biosphere Reserve, a World Heritage Site, and a Wetland of International Importance. While the park is the most significant breeding ground for tropical wading birds in North America, it also contains the largest mangrove ecosystem in the western hemisphere. Take a walk along the trails of the park and you will pass 36 threatened or protected species, such as the American crocodile, Florida panther, and the West Indian manatee. The Everglades National Park also supports 350 species of birds, 300 species of fresh and saltwater fish, 40 species of mammals, and 50 species of reptiles. As you can see, visiting the Everglades is a rewarding experience and a must when you are in Florida.
Orlando is often called "The City Beautiful" and its most famous landmark is the fountain at Lake Eola. Orlando is also known as "The Theme Park Capital of the World", as its tourist attractions and events attract over 60 million people each year. Orlando’s historic district is located around Lake Eola and features century-old oak-line brick streets and some of the oldest homes in the city.
Florida is also a popular destination for students from all parts of the USA, as well as many international students. All over the state, you can find prestigious universities and colleges. Our training center in Orlando offers you the best TEFL/TESOL training on the market. Upon completing the course, you will hold in hand an internationally recognized certification and are ready to start your teaching career around the world.